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(Incorporated. Toy R-oyal Charter amd. Special Acts of ^Parliament.) 

Establistied 1809. 

Present — His Gkace The Duke of Sutherland. 
Vice-President — The Most Hon. The Marquess of Zetland, K.T. 


Total Funds at 31st December, 1902, exceed - £16,378,771. 
Total Revenue for 1902, - - - - £3,628,617. 

The Funds of the Life Department are not liable for Obligations under the Fire Department, 
nor are the Funds of the Fire Department liable for Obligations under the Life Department. 

Glasgow Branch Office — 102 St. Vincent Street. 


Sir CHARLES TENNANT, Bart., of The Glen, Chairman. 

A. Ceum Maclae, Esq., of Cathkin. 
Robert Binnie, Esq., J. P., Greenock. 
Jas. F. Dalrymple-Hat, Esq., Dunlop House, 

M. Peakce Campbell, Esq. (J. & W. Camp- 
bell & Co.) 

John J. Coats, Esq. (A. J. & A. Graham, 

James jMdirhead, Esq., (Baird Smiths, Muir- 

head & Guthrie Smith, Writers). 
Thomas Alexandek, Esq., Merchant, Glas- 

Local Manager — DAVID L. LAIDLAW. 

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Divisible Life Profits for Quinquennium ending 31st December, 1900, 


Ninety per cent, of Life Profits divided amongst the Assured on the Participating Scale. 

Family Policies in Various Forms. 
Policies payable during Lifetime. 
Premium ceasing at an agreed age. 

Threefold Option Policies. 
Death Duty Policies. 
Partnership Insurances. 

ANNUITIES (Immediate, Contingent, or Deferred) are granted on favourable terms. 

FIX&E3 30 E; I*-^ 12, T 3VI E BT T. 

Net Fire Premiums, 1902, - - - - £i,866,040. 

Property at Home or Abroad Insured at the Lowest Rates corresponding to the risk. 
Losses Promptly and Liberally Settled. Prospectuses on Application. 


The Directors are prepared to consider proposals for Loans on Fee-Simple Estates, Life 
Interests, Reversions, and other approved Securities; also for the Purchase of limited 
interests in Trust Funds and other Property. 

Cliief Offices : 

EDINBURGH — 65 Princes St. LONDON — 61 Threadneedle St., B.C. 

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Head Offices, (9/m Z)«)'a«^7V^z^///{Phone No. 358), 43 Gordon's Lane. 
Stables and Funeral Workshop, - - - 43 Gordon's Lane. 

Branch Offices, \ ^ County Place. 

\ Canal Station. 

Telephone No. 28, All Bi-anches connected by Telephone. 

East-End Branch, - . 5 Bank Street (off Gauze Street). 

Funeral and Cab Office and Stables Telephone, No. 271. 

Rubber-Tyred Broughams, Victorias, Landaus, Polo Carts, &.c. 

Family Buses, Mini-Buses, and Waggonettes. 

Char-a-bancs, Brakes, and Buses for Picnic Parties. 

Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks, Hunters, Ponies, &.c. 

Horses kept at Livery, 

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Comprising a Copious List of the Public Boards, Institutions, Societies, &c 
connected with the various localities, 

And plan OF PAISLEY corrected to date. 





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Glass Insurance Co. Ltd. 

Head Office — 95 HIGH STREET, PAISLEY. 


R. S. MILNE, Bridge of Weir, Chairtitan. 

J. M. Brodie, Port-Glasgow. I Ex-Provost Clark, Paisley. 

Henry A. Fisher, Glasgow. | Farquhar Matheson, Glasgow. 

John Macfarlane, Glasgow. 

^-^rr^i-ar;/ — ALEXANDER MATHESON. 

Rates for the Insurance of all kinds of Glass Quoted Free of Charge. 


Prospectuses, Forms of Proposals, and all further information will be furnished 
on application to the Head Office or any of the Company's Agents. 

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The Publishers have pleasure ia issuing the present 
Directory, and hope that it will be found full an|T 

While great care has been taken to ensure correctness ia 
all the details of the Directory, the Pubhshers will be gla :1 
to receive notice of any errors or omissions so that the 7 
may be corrected in future issues. 

After the General, Trades, and Street Directories will b 5 
found a copious Appendix, giving the present office-bearei^ 
and directorates of the various local public bodies and 

The Map which accompanies the Directory has, a.t 
considerable expense, been corrected fully up to date and 
includes all recently formed streets and alterations. 

The Publishers have pleasure in acknowledging the kinci 
ness of ladies and gentlemen connected with the various 
associations for supplying information, and also beg to 
thank their numerous Subscribers and Advertisers for theio: 


94 High Street, 
Paisley, June, 1903. 

SUMS INSURED about ;^35o,ooo,ooo. 

LOWEST AffTifT^nil^^^^^tt Special 

RATES K!f ♦v^ B^SfjlSrailH Concessions 




Incorporated (1851) by Royal Charter and 
Special Acts of Parliament. 

The Right Hon. the EARL OF ABERDEEN, G.C.M.G., Chairman. 

PAID UP CAPITAL, £410,600 

REVENUE, 1902, £936,936 

LOSSES PAID, £7,212,206 

Head Office for Scotland : 


Manager for Scotland. 


Telegrams — Glasgow Telephones — 



Advertising list, 403 

Agents for the Poor, 290 

Agricultural(Renfrewshire)Society, 326 
Ambulance (St. Andrew's) Asso- 
ciation, 291 

Angling Clubs, 322 

Annual Holidays, 289 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 327 

Art Institute, 304 

Art Union, 305 

Assessments, Rates of, 275 

Athletic Clubs, 320' 

Ayrshire Association, . . .: 294 . 

Bank Holidays, 289! 

Banks, 288 1 

Banns, Fees for proclamation of, 287 ) 

Beaconsfield Club, 317 | 

Bicycle Clubs, 320 1 

Bowling Clubs, 319 | 

Building (" Economic ") Societies, 293 ■ 

Building Trades Federation, 293 ; 

Burgh Officer, 277' 

Burgh and Police Courts, 277I 

Burns Clubs, 295 | 

Burying Grounds, 314! 

Canine Society, 317 I 

Carriers' Quarters, 283 { 

Cart Navigation Trustees, 276; 

Coats' Girls' Home and Club, 291 j 

Cemetery Company (Limited), ... 294 j 

Central Unionist Association, 317 i 

Choral Union, 305 

Christian Benevolent Society, 303 

Christian Endeavour Union, 311 

Church of Scotland Young Men's 

Guild, 311 

Church Officers, 307 

Clippens Directory, 391 

Club (The), 295 

Coats Observatory, 304 

Coffee Room Buildings, 295 

Commissary Court, 277 

Commissioners of Supply, 325 

Commissioners of the Burgh, 275 

Conservative Association (Paisley), 316 
Conservative Association (West 

Renfrewshire), 316 

Constituency (Municipal), 273 

Constituency (Parliamentary), 273 

Convalescent Home, 291 

Co-operative Societies, 301 

County Council, 324 

Cowfeeders' and Dairymen's Asso- 
ciation, 294 

Cricket Clubs, 32I 

Cruelty to Children, National 

Society for Prevention of 292 

Curling Clubs, 318 

Deaf (Paisley Mission to the) and 

Dumb, , 293 

Dean of Guild Court, 277 

Distances, Table of, 328 

Draughts Club, 323 

Druids Friendly Society, 298 

Duncan Wright Endowment, 305 

Eastern Unionist Association, 316 

Educational (The Paisley) Trust,.. 312 

Elderslie Directory, 383 

Eye (Paisley Royal Victoria) In- 
firmary, 290 

Faculty of Procurators, 290 

Fairs, 289 

Female Refuge, 292 

Fiars Prices, 324 

Fire Brigade, 276 

Florist Societies, 318 

Football Clubs, 320 

Foresters, Ancient Order of, 296 

Free Breakfast Mission, 311 

Free Public Library and Museum, 303 

i Free Gardeners, 298 

! Friendly and Funeral Societies, . . . 302 

Gaelic Club, 295 

Golf Club, 323 

Good Templar Lodges, 299 

Good Templar Hall Trust, 295 

Grocei's' Company, 300 

Hammermen's Society, 300 

Harriers, 32I 

Heritable (The Paisley) Property 

Investment Society, 293 

Highlanders' Association, 294 

Horticultural Societies, 318 

Hospital Saturday Fund, 305 

Howwood Directory, 388 




Income Tax Commissioners, 289 

Incorporated Societies, 300 

Incurable Diseases, Society for 

Treatment of, 292 

Industrial School, 292 

Infirmary, 291 

Inkermann Directory, 395 

John Neilson Institution, 314 

Johnstone Directory, 352 

Johnstone Directory Appendix, ... 372 

Justice of Peace Constables, 277 

Justice of Peace Court, 277 

Justices of the Peace, 276 

Kibble Reformatory Institution, ... 291 
Kilbarchan Directory, 398 

Liberal Associations, 315 

Liberal Club, 315 

Liberal Unionist Association, 315 

Lifeboat Saturday, 295 

Linwood Directory, 391 

Magistrates and Town Council, ... 274 

Maltmen's Society, 300 

Masonic Lodges, 296 

Member of Parliament, 273 

Merchants, Incorporation of, 300 

Naturalists' Society, 294 

New (The) Club, 295 

Oddfellows, ...- 297 

Old Weavers' Society, 300 

Omnibus traffic, 283 

Ornithological Associations, 317 

Parishes, List of ■ 285 

Parish (Paisley) Council, 289 

Parliamentary Ward Boundaries... 273 

Peter Brough Bequest Fund, 305 

Philharmonic Society, 305 

Philosophical Institution, _ 304 

Political Clubs and Associations,... 315 
Poor, Association for Improving 

the Condition of, 292 

Population of Paisley, 273 

Post Office, 278 

Poultry and Pigeon Association,... 317 

Precentors, 306 

Primrose League, 316 

Promotion of Trade, Renfrewshire 

Association for the, 293 

Property (Paisley) Association, .... 293 

Public and other Offices, &c., 283 


Quarrelton Directory, . 397 

Quarter Sessions, Court of, 277 

Race (Paisley) Meeting, 323 

Railway Companies, , 282 

Rechabites( Independent Order of), 299 

Red Cross Knights, 298 

Register Office, 287 

Religious Denominations, 306 

Renfrew Directory, 333 

Renfrew Directory Appendix, 346 

Renfrewshire Police, 327 

Renfrewshire Public House Trust, 

Ltd., 322 

Rowing Clubs, 322 

Royal Ark Mariners, 298 

Sabbath School Union, 310 

Savings Bank, 289 

School Board, 311 

Schools, Public and other, 312 

Sharon Hall Mission, 300 

Shepherds, Loyal Order of Ancient, 297 

Sheriff Court, 277 

Sheriff Officers, 277 

Shorthand Writers' Association,... 294 

Skating Club, 322 

Small Debt Court, 277 

Sons of Temperance Friendly 

Society, 299 

Street Directory, 213 

Street Guide, 11 

Swimming Clubs, 322 

Tannahill Clubs, 295 

Teachers, Scottish Class Association 291 

Technical School, 311 

Thornhill Directory (included in 
Johnstone Directory). 

Total Abstinence Society, 3C0 

Town Council Officer, 277 

Trades' Directory, 175 

Trade Societies, 323 

Tramways Company, Limited, ... 294 
Tramways and Omnibus Traffic,... 283 

United Abstainers' Club, 299 

Ward (Parliamentary) boundaries, 273 

West Renfrewshire Liberal Asso- 
ciation, 315 

Women's Christian and Abstinence 
Association, 300 

Women's Liberal Association, 315 

Young Men's Christian Association, 3 TO 


Alliance Assurance Coy. — Facing 
last board of Directory. 

Hogarth , James, 406 

Holm Laundry, 403 

Home Knitting Coy., 404 

Bell, A., & Sons, Ltd., 4" 

Biggar, William, 212 | Isdale & M'Callum, 405 

Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance 

Co. Ltd., 212 

Campbell, A. Laurie, 413 

Carswell, David, & Son, 403 

Central Typewriting Office, 416 

Cook, J. & J., — Facing page 16. 
Co-operative Manufacturing So- 
ciety Ltd., 417 

Currie, William, 412 

Davidson, Francis, 409 

Duff& Miller, 10 

Drennan, James, 412 

Fenton, L. H., 414 

Forsyth, Alexander, & Son, 415 

Gibson, Andrew, & Son, 415 

Gibson & Reid, 416 

Gilmour, John, 404 

Gleniffer Laundry, 407 

Good Templar Halls, 405 

Hamilton, /\ndrew, 3 

Hamilton, Robert, 415 

Harper, Henry, 410 

Hay, Robert, & Son — Placing page 17 

Johnston, D. L. , 


Kean & Wardrop, 413 

Kennedy, John, 407 

Kerr & Young, 411 

Kilpatrick, John, & Son, 414 

Liverpool and London and Globe 
Insurance Co., — Last board of 

Macdonald, Alex., & Co., Ltd.,... 416 

Macfee, John, 403 

M'Geoch, David, & Son, 408 

M'Geoch, David, & Son, 408 

M 'Geoch, James, 4 06 

M'llwrick, Wm. J., 406 

MacNab,J. Orr, 411 

North British and Mercantile In- 
surance Compy.,- — Facing front 
board of Directory. 

Parlane & Kerr, 410 

Paterson, Sons, & Co., 16 

Paton, Robert, 408 

Patrick, W. N., 272 

Provident Co-Operative Society, 41 8-41 9 


Renfrewshire Glass Insurance Co. , 

Ltd., 3 

Robertson & Son, 410 

Rowat, Alex, , & Co. , 420 

Sim, William, 404 

Stewart, William, 406 

Stonefield Laundry, 407 

Storrie, J. & W,, 404 

Sun Insurance Office, — Front 
board of Directory. 

Templeton, J., & Co., 409 

Thorley, Sons, & Co., 410 

Underwood Co - Operative Coal 
Society, 417 

Waddell, Alex. L., & Son, 409 

Western Assurance Co. Facing contents 

Winning & Fulton, 408 

Wood, James, & Co., 412 

Yielder, R., & Co., 405 

Young, Wm., — Facing title page. 


i and Ctoch Mmh^ra, J^'mMerSi, &€.^ 


Xiarge and Varied Stock of "WATCHES, JETVEIjIiERY', and 
EIiECTRO-PIiATE of every description. 




Clocks Wound by Annual Contract in Private Residences, Offices, and Public Buildings in Paisley 
AND Surrounding District by Experienced and Careful Workmen. 

General Electro-Platers in Gold, Silver, Nickel, Bronze, &c. 

Repairs of all kinds Executed by a Staff of EfiEicient Workmen. 


ABBEY Close, from 18 SmithhiUs t.o 

Abbey street 
Abbey street, from Abbey close to 

Thread street 
Abbey terrace, Cochran street 
Abercorn street, north end of West 

Cioft toLaighpark 
Albion street, from 26 Lovest. westward 
Albert street, south of No. 8 Springbauk 

Alexandria place, Calside 
Alice place, north side of Nfilson street 
Allison place, Nos, 29 to 30 Williams- 
Andrews street, off Caledonia street 
Annfield place, Lylesland 
Argyle street, off Lady lane, westward 
Arkleston road, from Glasgow road 

northward to Arkleston 
Arthur street, west side of Well street 

BACK Sneddon, north of 2 Old Sneddon 

Bank street, south from 22 Gauze st. 
to Mill street 

Barclay street, south from 15 George 
street to Canal street 

Barracks (Foot), north side of Williams- 

Barracks (Militia stafif), south side of 

Barrhead road, east from Blackball b'dgs 

Barr street, south from 20 George st. 
to Canal street 

BMrterholm, east side of Lylesland 

Blackball buildings, from Loneud to 
Canal Railway bridge 

Blackball street, east from Louend 

Blaoklaw lane, west fi-om 18 New 
Sneddon to Back Sneddon 

Blackstoun road, west from Greeuhill 

Bl«dda, north of Saucel 

Blyths^NOoddrive, east from Caledonia st. 

Braid's road, from Colinslee to Sunny- 
side road 

Brick lane, from South Croft to North 

Bridge street (south), from Abbey 
bridge to Orchard street 

Bridge street (north), from 20 Abbey 
street to Abbey bridge 

Brooralauds. west end of Wellmeadow 
to Fer^uslie 

Brown's lane, west side of 97 Causeyside 

to George place 
Brown place, off south side of Undtr- 

wood road 
Brown street, from Well street to 

Henderson street 
Buchanan street (East), north side of 

Incle street to Greenlaw street 
Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
Buchanan street (West), south from 

28 George street to Canal street 
Bute place, west side of Neilston stredfc 
CALEDONIA street, from St. Jctiue; 

street northward to Greenock road 
Caledonia place, corner of Murray streejt 

and Greenock road 
Calside avenue, west of Calside 
CaLside, south-west from head of Causej"!- 

side to Stock street 
Calside place, east side of Calside 
Calside terrace, west side of Calside 
Cameron street, continuation of Bank s: 
Campbell street (South), from 8 Neilsto i 

street to Espedair burn 
Campbell street (West), north of 5 

Camphill, south side of 32 Canal stre^ 
Cam phi 11 place, between Canal stree|; 

and Camphill '< 

Canal street, west from 86 Caueeysidis 

street to Ralston square 
Carbrook street, from north side of 5 

Broomlands to West Campbell street 
Carlile lane, east side of 85 New Sneddon 

to river 
Carlile place, east side of New Sueddonj, 

opposite Wallace street | 

Cart lane, east side of 80 New Sneddon 

to river f 

Cart street, from Thread st. to Seedhilll? 
Cartvale lane, from Cartvale huuse to 

New Sneddon 
Cart walk, from Bridge street to Cart sr. 
Carriageliill, from Doveslaud south waid 
Cariiagehili drive, from Mary street to 

Braid's road 
Castlehead, uorth side of Craw road, ap- 
proach by west end of Canal street 
Castle street, west end of Wellmeadow 

to George street 
Causeyside', from foot of St. Mirren st. 

to Calside 



Cawtliorne court, east side uf On* street 

(off Orr square) 
Chain road, West toll, southward 
Chapelhill, off Barrhead road 
Charlotte place, Wester Carriagebill 
Charleston, by Lyleslaad westwaid 
Christie street, south of Garlhland street 
Christie lane, east side of 93 New 

Sueddoa to the Quay 
Churchhill, uoi th side of 86 High street 

to Oaksbaw street 
Church place, School wynd to Churchhill 
Clarence street, off Crospflat crescent 
Clark street, west of Greenock road to 

Clavering street, from Well st. to Kingst. 
Cochran street, off Mill street 
Colinslee, fronj Carriagehill to Potterhill 
Corsebar road, from Maxwellton to 

Cotton street, south side of 23 Gauze 

street to Abbey street 
County buildings, St, James street 
Couuty place, from Gilmour street to 

Moss street 
Craigielea place, off Murray street 
Croft (East), from Wallneuk to Renfrew 

Croft (North), from Greenlaw street to 

Newton quay 
Croft (South), east end of Abercorn 

bridge to Wallneuk 
Croft (West), from 16 New Smithhills 

to Abercorn street 
Cross street, 29 Castle st. to 5 Queen st. 
Crossflat, south side of Gartbland street 
Crossflat crescent, from M'Kerrell street 

to Williamsburgb 
Crossflat terr., soHth side of Glasgow rd. 
Craw road, Calside to Maxwellton 
Craigielea Placp, north side of Black- 

stoun road 
Craigielea street, off Murray street 
Cyril street, from Lacy st. westward 
DIXON St., from Phillips Whitehead 


Douglas street, from Arthur street to 

Clavering street 
Douglas terrace, Incbinnan road 
Duke street, south side of Rowan street 
Dyers' wynd, east side of 48 Moss street 

to river 
EARL Grej'place, westsideof Lylesland 
Espedair street, from 56 Causeyside 


FALSIDE rd., near Colinslee westward 
Fergnslie, west end of Broomlands to 

Fergnslie buildings, south side of Back 

row, Ferguslie 
Ferguslie East lane, south of 41 Broom- 
lauds to Maxwellton 
Ferguslie Mid lane, 7 Ferguslie to Max- 
Ferguslie walk, from 42 Broomlands 

Ferguslie west lane, 2 Ferguslie to 

Coats's Thread works 
Forbes place, from 10 Causeyside to 

Water brae (Burgh) 
GALLOWAY street, off Underwood rd. 
Garthland lane, north side of Gartbland st 
Gartbland place, east end of Garthland 

street, opposite Christie street 
Garthland street, from east end of 

Gauze street to Williamsburgb 
Gas Work, north-west of foot of Well st, 
Gateside, east side of Renfrew road 
Gauze street, from Smithhills street to 

GarthU.nd street 
George place, east end of George street 

to Brown's lane 
George street, west side of 96 Cause}'- 

side to Broomlands 
Gilmour street, fiMm High street (Cross) 

north to New Sneddon 
Gladstone terrace, Neilson street 
Glasgow road, begins at East toll 
Glendale place, south side of Braids rd. 
Glen lane, north side of 29 St. James 

street to Glen street 
Glen street, west side of Love street to 

Caledonia street 
Gleniffer terrace, New Stock street 
Glenview, east from Lylesland 
Gordon place. King street (west) 
Gordon's lane, east side of 32 Causey- 
side to Burn row 
Goudie street, from Springbank road to 

Greenock road 
Greenbill, north-west side of Underwood 

Greenbill road, off Uoderwood road 
Greenlaw, north of Gartbland street 
Greenlaw avenue, from Garthland street 

Greenlaw drive, north of Williamsburgb, 

Glasgow road 
Greenlaw station, east end of North 

Croft eastward 



Greeulaw terrace, north side of Glasgow 

road and east of Royal terrace 
Greenock road, continuation of Caledonia 

HAMILTON street (Great), (by Cal- 

side)east side of Calside by Dovesland 
Hamilton street, west side of Renfrew 

street to river 
Haunay street, West side of Well street 
Hiirbour lane, east side of 92 New 

Sneddon to Quay 
Harbour (New), Carlile place 
Hark us place, Barskiveu 
Hawk head road, froui Glasgow road to 

to Hawkhead mill bridge 
Henderson street, from Underwood lane 

to Brown street 
Highland lane, south side of South Croft 
Higii street, west end of St. James 

bridge to Wellmeadow 
Hillview place, Espedair 
Hospital lane, west side of 6 New 

Sneddon to Back Sneddon 
Howie street, Barskiven 
Hunter street, west side of 22 Moss st. 

INOHINNAN road, continuation of 

Love street 
In«le street, from Lawn street to east 

end of Gauze street 

JANEFIELD place, Barterholm, off 

Johnstone road, begins at West toll 
Johnston street, from Causeyside to 

Orchard street 
John street, north side of 72 Broomlands 

KELBURNE drive, off Glasgow road 
Kelburne street, from Whitehaugh drive 

Kerr st., south from Underwood rd. 
Kilijcroft lane, east side of Carriagehill 
Kilnside road, north from Seedhill rd. 
King St., from Saucel south-west ward 
King street, north side of 76 Broomlands 
Knox street, from 47 Broomlands to 

West Campbell street 

LACY street, from Williamsburgh to 

Seedhill road 
Lady laue, west end of High street to 

Canal street 
Lady burn street, from M'Kerrell street 

to Kilnside road 

Laigh Kirk lane, west side of 110 

Causeyside to Cumberland court 
Laigh park, north end of Abercorn st. 
Lang street, from Ladyburn street 

Lawn street, head of Gauze street to 

Lonend, frem Saucel to Blackball 

Lounsdale road, from Maxwellton road 

Love street, from St. James place to 

Lowndes' lane, east side of 78 New 

Sneddon to the river 
Lylesland, from Neilston street to 

Lyleslaud terrace, Espedair street 

MACDOWALL street, west side of 

Caledonia street westward 
M'Earlane's lane, north side of North 

Croft to Niddry street 
Macfarlane street, west from Greenock 

■road to Pattison's Mound 
M'Gown street, from Murray street 

M'lntyre place, east of Park road 
Mackenzie street, from Blackstoun road 

to Greenhill road 
MHcKean street, from Murray street to 

Clark street 
M'Kerrell street, Crossflat 
Mansfield place, west side of Neilston st. 
Mansion-house road, north from 

Williamsburgh, Glasgow road 
Marshall's lane, north side of Orchard 

street to river 
Marj' street, west side of Carriagehill 
Mathieson street, off Whitehaugh drive 
Mavisbank terrace. Blackball 
Maxwell street, east side of Love street 

to Back Sneddon 
Maxwellton, east uf Ferguslie Back row 
Maxwellton road, from Maxwellton 

street southward 
Maxwellton street, south side of 13 

Broomlands to Cowiestou 
Meeting House lane, west side of 14 

Moss street to Oakshaw street 
Melbourne terrace, Seedhill road 
Middle lane, west side of 11 New Sned- 
don to Back Sneddon 
Millar St., from ]Mill st. to Christie st. 
Millarston, west end of Fer^ruslie 



Mill street, east end of Gauze street to 

Mill place, Camphill 
Moncrieff street, east side of 71 Love 

street to Back Sneddon 
Mess street, from Bank buildings to 

Old Sneddon 
Moss-side place, Greenock road 
Mossvale, north end of Greenock road 
Mossvale laue, off Greenock road 
Mossva'e st., west side of Mossvale lane 
Murray street, west of Greenock road 

to Westmarch 

NIDDRY street, west side of Renfrew 
street to river 

Neil street, from Cowieston eastward 

Neilston road, from Carriagebill to 

Neilston street (Burgh), from head of 
Causeyside to Lylesland 

Neilson street, east side of Smith street 
to Cai-riagehill 

Netbercommon,from Love st. northward 

Newhall terrace, Potterhill 

New Smithhilla, north side of 4 Smith- 
hills to West Croft 

New Sneddon, north side of Old Sneddon 
to Cartvale 

New street, south side of 28 High street 
to Causeyside 

New Stock street, continuation of Stock 
street eastward 

Newton street, from Cowieston west- 
ward to Maxwellton 

North street, east side of Love street to 
Back Sneddon 

OAKSHAW street, from head of School 
■wynd to the John Neilson Institution 

Oakshawhead, north of the John Neilson 
Institution, by Oakshaw street 

Old Sneddon, foot of Moss street to 
Abercorn bridge 

Orchard street, east side of 81 Causey- 
side to Gordon's lane 

Orr square, north side of 81 High street 

Orr St., from Orr sq. to Oakshaw st. 

Orr street (South), from Neilston street 
to Espedair street 

PARK place, east side of Calside 
Park road, from Smith street to Burgh 

Pattisonst.jOffGreenhill rd. westward 

Phillips St., continuation of Cochran Nt. 
Potterhill, southward of Carriagebill 
Prussia street, east side of 25 Causey- 
side to Gordon's lane 

QUAY lane, east side of 88 New Sned- 
don to Quay 

Queen street, south side of 7 Broom- 
lands to George street 

RALSTON square, south side of 50 

George street 
Ralston street, off Seedhill road 
Regent street, north of Whitehangh dr. 
Renfrew rd., continuation of Renfrew at. 
Renfrew street, north end of East Croft; 

to Gateside 
Riccartsbar avenue, south fromRiccarts- 

bar road 
Rose street, east of Blackball street 
Rosebery place, south from Carriagebill 
Rowan street, east side of Lylesland 
Royal terrace, north side of Glasgow 

road and east of Garthland place 
Russell St., north-east from Greenock rd. 

SANDHOLES, head of Well street to 

King street 
Saucel, east end of Gordon's lane to 

School wynd, west side of 6 Moss street 

to Oakshaw street 
Seedhill, from Cart street to Seedhill 

road to Hawkhead road 
Seedhill road, from Seedhill to Hawk- 
head road 
Shuttle street, south side of 30 New 

street to Brown's lane 
Silk St., east side of Lawn st. to Gauze st. 
Sir Michael street, south side of 24 

George street to Canal street 
Springbauk road, from north of Love st. 
Smith's lane, north-east side of 72 Nevv 

Sneddon to river 
Smith street, from Stock st. to Neilston 

street (Calside) 
Smithhills, from east end of St. James 

bridge to Gauze street 
St. James place, from foot of Moss st. 

to Love street 
St. James street, from Love street to 

Underwood street 
St. Mary terrace, Colinslee 
St. Mirren st., from Cross to Causeyside 
Stanley drive, off Blackland Mill road, 




Stanley place, Nos. 48 to 50 Caiiseyside 
Stevenson st. rom head of Causeyside 

Stilling street, west side of Calside to 

Stevenson street 
Stockst., westsideofLyleslandto Calside 
Stouoy brae, from Oakshaw street to Si . 

James street 
Stow place, foot of Storie st. to Stow st. 
Storie street, south side of 37 High st. 

to Canal street 
Stow street, west side of 80 Causeyside 

to Stow place 
Sunnyside road, from Braid's road 

Sutherland street, off Underwood lane 
TANNAHILL place, Greenock road 
Thistle street, back of Thistle buildings 
Tliistle buildings, Corsebar road 
Thomas street, north side of 36Ferguslie 
Thorn place, Mary street 
Thread street, from Bank st. to Cnrt st. 
Townhead terr., south frcm 40 High st. 
Twigg's Inne, north side of 6'2 New 

Sneddon to river 
UNDERWOOD lane, from 21 Well st. 

Underwood road, from St. James street 

to foot of Well street 
Union street, south side of Stock street 
Unstead place, off Kilnside road. 
VICTOEIA place. Lady laue 
Victoria buildings, Greenock road 
Victoria street, off Springbank road 
Violet street, north side of Seedhill rd. 

WALKER street, from west end of 
Argyle street to Wellmeadow 

Wallace street, east side of 50 Love 
street to Cai-lile place 

Wallneuk, north end of Lawn street to 
East Croft street 

Wardrop street, south side of George 
street to Canal street 

Water brae (Burgh), foot of St. Mirrea 
street to river 

Water brae (New Town), west side of 
4 New Smithhills to river 

Weir street, from South Croft to Wall- 

Wellington st.,westside of Caledonia st, 

Wellmeadow, west end of High street 
to Broomlauds 

Well street, north side of 27 Well- 
meadow street 

West brae, north side of- 31 Wellmeadow 
to Oakshaw street 

West St., south side of 20 Broomlands 

Westmarch street, Westmarch 

Whitehaugh drive, north side of Glas- 
gow road 

Whitehaugh terrace, north side of GIhs- 
gow road, past Whitehaugh lodge 

Whitehead street, continuation of 
Cameron street 

Williamsbure:h, east end of Garthland 
street to East toll bar 

William street, north side of 68 Broom- 

Wilson street, west of William street 

Woodside place, King street, west 

Pianofortes, American Organs, 
and Harmoniums. 

The Stock comprises only those Instruments which Paterson, Sons, & Co., 
from their long experience, have found to be of the most undoubted reliability, 
and which, as representing their highest value at their respective prices, are best 
suited to supply the various wants of the Musical Public, 


Paterson, Sons, & Co. have always in Stock SLIGHTLY USED 
HARMONIUMS, and which they offer at very Exceptional Reductions in 
Price. The majority of these Instruments have only been in use for a few 
months and are in every respect equal to new. 

All Instruments for Sale, Hire, or on Hire Purchase System. 

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ABBEY CHURCH, 16 Smithhills— erected in the year 1160— 
keys to be had at James Adams', church ofRcer, 1 1 Abbey close 

Abbey Sounding Aisle, Abbey close — James Adams, 11 Abbey 
close, keeper 

Abercorn Foundry Company (Hanna, Donald, & Wilson), iron- 
founders, North Croft 

Abercorn Goods Station, 10 Hamilton street — A. Wilkie. agent 

Abercorn Railway Station, Renfrew road — A. Wilkie, station- 

Abercorn Ship-Building Company (Hanna, Donald, & Wilson), 
Abercorn street 

Abercorn Weaving Factory (H. Crawford), Abercorn street 

Abercrombie, Alex., lithographer, Glasgow — house Rowantrees. 

Abercrombie, John, writer and notary public, of Hart, Abercrombie, 
& Lang, procurator-fiscal depute for the Upper Ward of Ren- 
frewshire, and iustice of peace fiscal for Renfrewshire — 
house Aucheucraig, Craw road 

Abercrombie, T. Graham, architect, 1 County place — - house 
Redholme, Castlehead 

Abercrombie, Walter A., of Jackson & Abercrombie, 5 County place 

Abercrombie, William, Craiz:muir, Meikleriggs 

Abercorn Oil Works, M'Farlane street, Race Course road, C. H. 
Handasyde & Co, 

Adam, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 60 Causeyside — house 
Wardknowe, Sunnyside 

Adam, Archibald, clerk of works to School Board— house 10 St. 
James street 

Adam Bros., lithographers and printers, 111 Causeyside 

Adam, George, reporter, "Daily Express" — house 4 Old Smithhills 

Adam, George H., with J. & P. Coats, Limited, Glasgow; house 9 



Adam, Henry H., M.A., teacher, East Public Scliool ; lao. 8 George 

Adam, James, 6 Cotton street 

Adam, James, tailor and clothier, 4 Smithhills — house do. 
Adam, James, teacher Camphill School — house 4 Townhead terrace 
Adam, James, at Smith Bros, & Co — house 4 Middle lane 
Adam, James, & Son, glass merchants, glaziers, glass embossers 

and gilders, 19 Moss street 
Adam, Jno., M.B. & CM., medical practitioner, consulting roomSy 

2 New Smithhills — house do. 
Adam, John, writer, 5 County place — house Norwell, Castlehead 
Adam, John, farmer, East Walkiushaw. 

Adam, John, clerk to Stewart & Wallace — house 20 Underwood road 
Adam, Joseph, chimney-sweep, 23 St. James street; house do 
Adam, Joseph, church officer, E.U. Church, 2 Forbes place — house 

9 Smith street 
Adam, Robert, spirit merchant, 68 George street — house Salisbury 

lodge, Meikleriggs 
Adam, Robert, fruiterer and confectioner, 21 Gauze street — ho. 22 

Blackball street 
Adam, R., hairdresser, 43 Gordon's lane— house 4 Camphill 
Adam, William, of Hill & Adam — house 6 North street 
Adam, William, jun., assistant sanitary inspector, 14 Gilmour st. — 

house 3 Kelburne drive 
Adam, William, manager, Soho Engine Works— house 1 Tannahill 

Adam, William, of Adam Bros. — house 10 Kilnside road 
Adam, William, jun., at Clark & Co, Ltd. — house 7 North street 
Adam, Mrs., confectioner, 1 Alice place — house do. 
i^dam, Mrs. Alexander, confectioner, 32 George street — house do. 
Adam, Mrs. John, grocer and spirit merchant, 9 Williamsburgh — 

house do. 
Adam, Miss Agnes, confectioner, 43 High street — ho. 32 Ferguslie 
Adam, Miss Catherine, 5 Christie street 
Adam, Miss Elizabeth, 5 Christie street 
Adam, Miss Margaret, boot store, 1 Mavisbank terrace, Blackball 

— house do. 
Adams, Andrew, hairdresser, 4 Silk street — ho. 10 New Sneddon st, 
Adams, James, church officer of the Abbey, superintendent Abbey 

graveyard, and keeper of Sounding Aisle — house 11 Abbey close 
Adams, James, inspector of pohce. Central police office, Gilmour 

street — house 8 Phillips street 
Adams, John, F. S., engineer and mill finisher, 68 Back Sneddon; 

telephone No., 12x1 ; house Tyneholm, Greenlaw avenue 


Arlams, Samuel, hairdresser, 16 Old Sneddon — house 26 Orchard st. 

Adams, Mrs., fruiterer and confectioner, 23 Neilstou road— ho. do. 

Adamson, Donald, gamekeeper, Nethercraigs 

Adamson, D., & Son, billposters, 99 High street 

Adie, Alexander, restaurateur, 6o Broomlands ; house 10 M'Kerrell 

Addison, Jessie, L.L.A., teacher, John Neilson Institution — house 
39 High street 

Agate, William, Mus B., Oxon., F.R.C.O., teacher of music, organist 
of Geo. A. Clark Town Hall and St. James Church — -house 
Hilden, Castlehead, and Rydal Mount, Hunter's Quay 

Agnew, Andrew, 5 Blackhall buildings 

Agnew, Miss, of Henderson & Agnew — house 31 Causeyside 

Aiken, Robert, cowfeedei*, Craigielea dairy, 46 Well street — house 
7 Walker street 

Aird, Robert, teacher, Williamsburgh School ; ho. 2 Stanley place 

Airdrie, D., nurseryman, Whitehaugh nursery, off Glasgow road — 
house 30 Williamsburgh 

Airlie, Jeanie S., Braefoot, Castlehead 

Aitken, Charles, 2 Newhall tei-race, Glenfield road 

Aitken, David, draper, clothier, and dressmaker, 44 New street — 
house Langroods, Inchinnan road 

Aitken, James, cowfeeder and dairy, 39 Ferguslie ; house do. 

Aitken, James, carriage hirer, 16 Thread street 

Aitken, Thomas, joiner, 36 Stock street — house Stonefield cottapce 

Aitken, Thomas, baker, 17 Wellmeadow — house 29 Wellmeadow 

Aitken, Thomas, clerk to John Clark & Co. — house 3 Forbes place 

Aitken, William, clerk at John Morrison & Sous — house 21 
Whitehead street 

Aitken, Mrs., confectioner, 8 Rosebery place 

Aitken, Mrs. William, grocer and draper, 18 Mossvale street— ho. do. 

Alcorn, John, clerk at Robert Brown & Son, Ltd. — ho. 30 Well st. 

Alexander, Alexander N., Commercial Bank— ho. 6 Ferguslie bds. 

Alexander, James, & Co., house painters and decorators, 37 Causey- 
side— house 18 Gleniffer terrace 

Alexander, John O.. distributor of stamps and sub-collector of 
taxes, agent for Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Company 
and the Scottish Alliance Insurance Company Limited, 4 
Causeyside — house 9 Glen view, Barterholm road 

Alexander, John Y., of John Murray & Co., 25 Thread street — 
house 3 Crossflat crescent 

Alexander, J., & Son, jacquard machine makers and weavers' 
Wrights, 9 Bridge street — house 1 Stirling street 

Alexander, John, mechanic foreman, 6 Ferguslie buildings 


Alexander, Robert, clerk at Co-operative Manufacturing Society, 

Ltd.; house 5 Park terrace 
Alexander, R. J., cashier at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 

5 Falside 
Alexander, Thomas, manager at Firelight Factory — house 27 

Caledonia street 
Alexander, Thomas, officer New Jerusalem Church — house 12 

George street 
Alexander, Jessie, teacher North Public School — ho. 3 Townhead 

Alexander, Je3-ie, matron Royal Alexandra Infirmary, Barbour 

Alexander. Mrs. John, purveyor, fancy bread and pastry baker, 5 

Love street — house do. 
Alexander, Mrs. William, 48 Causeyside 
Allan, Alexander, chemist and druggist, 19 George street — house 

2")3 Bernard street, Bridgeton, Glasgow 
Allan, George, gardener, Crosby house 

Allan, Hugh, of Allan & M'Farlane; house 9 Clarence street 
Allan, John S., manager Glenfield Starch works — ho. The Willows, 

Allan & M'Farlane, slaters and cement workers 8 Silk street 
Allan, Peter, hatter, hosier, and glover, 107 High street and 18 

Gilmour street — house 10 Greenlaw avenue 
Allan, T. D., accountant, Royal Bank of Scotland — house Goulbura, 

Allan, Mrs. V\'illiiim, confectioner, 8 Albert place, Espedair 
Allan, Janet Ann, teacher, Camphill Public School — ho. 26 Under- 
wood road 
Allan, Mary M , teacher, Abercorn Public School ; house 20 

Apsley place, Glasgow 
Allan, Mrs. .John, draper, 37 Kilnside road — house do. 
Alliance Assurance Company, Ltd., 151 West George street, Glasgow 

(see advt.) 
Allice, Andrew, at James Harvey & Co.'s Ltd. — house 2 Green- 
law avenue 
Allison, Allan, assurance agent, 4 Stevenson street 
Allison, David, church officer of St. James' U.F. Church, 5 Under- 
wood road 
Allison, David, timber merchant, 49 Love street 
Allison, Hugh, registrar of births, deaths, and marriages, 14 

Gilmour street — house Underwood house 
Allison, James, flesher, 34 High street — house 2 Townhead 


Allison, John, grocer and provision meichant, 30 Causeyside — ho. 

4 Stow place 
Allison, Jno. Dunn, M.A., LL.B., of Jas. H. Dunn & Allison, 

writer and notary public — house Cartvale 
Allison, Joseph, & Co., ham curers and provision merchants, 18 

Sandholes — house Florence villa, Glasgow road 
Allison, Joseph, of Joseph Allison & Co. — house Florence villa, 

Glasgow road 
Allison, Matthew, 25 Oakshaw 
Allison, Robert, timber broker, 154 St. Vincent street, Glasgow — 

house Rosemount, Castlehead, and Nordlyset, Ardrossan 
Allison, Walter, flesher, 2 St. James street ; house Lusshaugh, 

Glasgow road 
Allison, William, timber merchant, Victoria Saw mills, 23 Love 

street — house Cartvale house. Love street 
Allison, William, plumber and gasfitter (regd.), 39 New street — • 

house 25 Broomlands 
Allison, Agnes, grocer, 29 Williamsburgh — house Florence villa 
Allison, Mrs., draper, 32 Carriagehill — house 2 Mary street 
Allison, Mrs. Alex , Lusshaugh, Glasgow road 
Allison, Mrs. William, farmer. South Arkleston 
Allison, Janet C, teacher Camphill School — ho. 43 High street 
Amy, Joseph, M.D., George place house 

Anbuhl, Otto R., engineer, with Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd., Ren- 
frew — house Briardale, Hawkhead road 
Anderson, Archibald, agent, Scottish Legal Society — house 40 

Clark street 
Anderson Bros., fleshers, 35 High street 
Anderson Bros., vegetable salesmen. Cart lane 
Anderson, D., 4 Ferguslie buildings 

Anderson, Edward D., at D. A. Morrison's — house 3 Calside terrace 
Anderson, George, of George Anderson & Co., china merchants — • 

house 1 Maxwell street 
Anderson, George, of Anderson Bros., 35 High street ; house 26 

Derby crescent, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Anderson, George, & Co., china and earthenware merchants, 47 

Moss street 
Anderson, James, church officer, Greenlaw Church — ho. 26 Gauze st. 
Anderson, James, certificated art teacher — house Bolerno cottage, 

Anderson, James, cashier, Daily Express Office — house Norwood^ 

Ulundi road, Johnstone 
Anderson, James, funeral undertaker, 43 Wellmeadow — house 13 



Anderson, James, violin and billiard cue maker, -43 Well meadow 

house 13 do. 
Anderson, James, feuar, 24 Glen street 

Anderson, John, of Anderson Brothers — house 15 Argyle street 
Anderson, John, at J. & D. Whitehead's — house Wellmeadow 
Anderson, John, ojrocer, 46 High street — house 18 Well street 
Anderson, John A., wholesale cycle factor, &c., 6 St. James place; 

house 13 Maxwell street 
Anderson, John G., spirit salesman, 1 Old Sneddon — house 2 Bute 

Anderson, Robert, seedsman, 40 High street — house 25 Geoi-ge st.; 
Anderson, Robert, dairyman, 19 Lady lane 
Anderson, William, tobacconist, newsagent, and bookseller, 32 

Wellmeadow — house 15 Argyle street 
Anderson, William, fruiterer, 25 Causeyside ; ho. 16 Johnston st. 

Anderson, William, hosier and hatter, 53 High street — house 2 

George place 
Anderson, William, manager (Renfrewshire), New York Life 

Insurance Coy., 167 Hope street, Glasgow— house 13 Crom- 
well square. Queen's Park, Glasgow 
Anderson, William, of Anderson Brothers— house 15 Argyle street 
Anderson, Elizabeth, teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 2 

Janefield place 
Anderson, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Springbank road 

—house 9 Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
Anderson, Lizzie M., teacher, 2 Janefield place 
Anderson, Margaret H., teacher, Carbrook Street School; house 2 

Janefield place 
Anderson, Miss E. J., music teacher, 7 Townhead terrace ; house do. 
Anderson, Miss Mary, teacher, Ferguslie Half-Time School — house 

7 Townhead terrace 
Anderson, Miss, music teacher, 53 High street 
Anderson, Mrs. Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 4 Caledonia 

street — house 4 Caledonia street 
Andrew, Alexander, M.A., teacher, Williamsburgh Public School 

— house 131 George street 
Andrew, Andrew G., fancy goods merchant, 42 Moss street — house 

7 Love street 
Andrew, James, farmer, Bushes farm 

Andrew, John, collector of gas accounts — house 9 Clarence street 
Andrew, William, grocer and provision merchant, 9 Wardrop street 

— house 9 Well street 
Andrews, John, Wellmeadow house, 11 Wellmeadow 


Angus, John Lavis, Post Office clerk ; house 4 Clarence street 
Archibald, George, at M. Greenlees & Sou — house 11 Argyle street 
Archibald, George, at National Telephone Co., Ltd., Greenock; 

house 9 Hillview place 
Archibald, Thomas, warper, 1 Causeyside street — ho. 9 Hillview pi. 
Armour, John, foreman to Bow, M'Lachlau, & Co., Ltd.; ho. 4 

Douglas terrace 
Armour, W. & R., fleshers, 53 Broomlands ; telephone No., 9x1 ; 

house 12 Carbrook street 
Armstrong, John, confectioner and fruiterer, 44 George st.— ho. do. 
Arndle, Hugh, cowfeeder, 26 New street ; house do. 
Arneil, James, hairdresser, 4 Causeyside — house o| Bank street 
Arneil, Robert, farmer, Corsebar 

Arnott, Samuel, grocer, 53 Caledonia street — house 1 Caledonia st. 
Arnott, William, church-officer of Oakshaw U. F. Church — house 

5 Meeting-house lane 
Arnott, William, flesher, 21 Gauze street 

Arrol, James, at Smith Brothers & Co.'s — house 1 Alice place 
Arthur, Alexander, foreman hamcurer at John Speuce & Sou's — 

house 5 Clavering street 
Arthur, James, mechanical draughtsman, 39 High street 
Arthur, James, patternmaker, Adelphi place, 12 North street 
Arthur, Joseph Fowler, wine and spirit merchant, Criterion Spirit 

vaults, 14 Old Sneddon, and Theatre buildings, Greenock — 

house 2 Margaret street 
Arthur, R., church officer High Parish Church — house 14 Oakshaw 

Arthur, Samuel, flesher, 17 George street and 14 Underwood road 

— house 24 Argyle street 
Arthur, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 43 High street — house 

7 Walker street 
Arthur, Mrs. James, Barshaw house, Glasgow road 
Arthur, Jenny F., teacher, East Public School — house Adelphi 

place. North street 
Ashworth, G. R., at Adam Hamilton & Sons, Ltd. — house 17 New 

Stock street 
Asquith, K., clothier and drapery agent, 13 Wardrop street 
Atlas Engine Works (Hanna, Donald, & Wilson), Back Sneddon 
Auchterlonie, William, goods superintendent, Glasgow & South- 
western Railway Co., Canal Line Stations, and agent for the 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Company; ho. Canal bank house 
Aucott, David D., agent British Linen Company Bank — house British 

Linen Company Bank house, Gilmour street 
Auld, George, 23 Oakshaw 


B4TLLIE, Daniel, cowfeeder, Lylesland dairy— house do. 

Baillie, Douglas G- , jun., cashier at Young & Kelly's, 12 High st,;. 

house 14 High street 
Baillie, Peter, baker, 79 Broomlands— house do. 
Bain, James C, typewriter aud teacher of shorthand, typewritings 

etc., 8 High street 
Bain, James H., spirit merchaut, 29 Gauze street; house 72 Love 

street and Millbrae cottage, Ascog, Rothesay 
Bain, Robert J., wholesale manufacturing cabinetmaker and 

upholsterer, 41 Wellmeadow — house 38 Wellmeadow 
Baird, George, grocer, 4 Garthland street; house 21 Wellmeadow 
Baird, C. P., milliner, 31 Gauze street — house Renfrew 
Baird, Henry, tobacconist and newsagent, 19 Wellmeadow — house 

10 Castle street 
Baird, James, hairdresser, 2 Gauze street; house 5 Garthland lane 
Baird, John F., at Speirs, Gibb & Co.'s— house Edgehill, Castlehead 
Baird, Robert, at Speirs, Gibb & Co.'s— ho. Meadowbank, Greenock 

Baird, Robert, hairdresser, 16 George street — house do. 
Baird, Robert, of AY. & R Baird ; house 29 Neilston street 
Baird, W. & R., Craigsbank Laundry, Colinslee 
Baird, William, of W. & R. Baird ; house 5 Rosebery place 
Baird, William, of Kirkwood, Baird, & Co., Ltd.— house 6 Glenview 
Baird, William, saddler and harness maker, 79 High street— house 

33 Oakshaw street 
Baird, Wilson, of Kirkwood, Baird, & Co., Ltd.— house Kelburne, 

Bakers House of Call, 13 High street 
Balderston, James, 32 Oakshaw street 
Balderston, James, 6 Gateside 
Balderston, jun., James C, of Cochran & M'Gechan ; house 

Ardgowan, Blackball 
Balderston, John, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay Ltd.— house 4 

Greenlaw avenue 
Balderston, Robert, of Clark & Co., Ltd.— house Ardgowan^ 

Baldwin, Miss, Braefoot, Castlehead 

Balfour, David, traveller to Hugh Lambie— ho. 28 New Stock street 
Balfour, Margaret, grocer and spirit merchant, 10 Storie street 

— house 55 do. 
Ballantyne, John & Son, The Discount Bookseller, 19 Gauze stre 

— house 54 Causeyside 
Ballantyne, James, confectioner and fruiterer, 23 Gauze street — 

house 32 Cotton street 


Balhintyiie, John, & Son, booksellers and stationers, 28 Hioh street 

and 45 New street 
Ballantyne, Thomas, bookseller and stationer, at John Ballantyne- 

6 Son's ; honse 22 Glenview 
Ballantyne, Mrs., 54 Canseyside street 

Balnave, Dnvid, at David Mnrray & Sons' — house 4 M'Intyre place- 
Balnave, Mrs. Annie, china merchant, 17 Sandholes — house do. 
Bank of Scotland, St. Mirren street — George Seton Veitcli, agent — 

house Friarshall, Park road 
Bannatyne, James, clerk, J. & P. Coats, Ltd., Glasgow — house 4 

Clarence street 
Barbour, John M., clerk, Electricity works, Blackball street — honse 

27 Canseyside street 
Barbour, Robert G., clerk to Cartvale Chemical Co., Ltd. — house 

7 Thread street 

Barbour, Mrs. James, umbrella, bag, and waterproof warehouscy 

12 High street — house 13 High street 
Barclay, Allan, dairyman, 27 St. James street — house do. 
Barclay, Andrew, contractor, 9 Barclay st. — house 77 Canal St. 
Barclay, George, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Limited — house 

Thorn house, Johnstone 
Barclay, James, builder, Christie street — house Deanville, Greenlaw 

Barclay, James, manager at William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house 

Glenview cottage, Glenfield 
Barclay, Mrs,, clothes mangling, 1 LTnsted place 
Barclay, Miss, The Cottage, Gateside 

Barnett, James, grocer, 68 George street — house 8 Sandlioles 
Barr, Alexander, builder — house Bellena cottage, Hawkhead road 
Barr, Alexander, grocer, 58 Storie street — house 10 jS^ew street 
Barr, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 34 Canal street — house 

11 Argyle street 
Barr, jun., Andrew, butcher, 2 Bank street — house 12 Blythswood 

Barr, Daniel R., jun., clerk, Parish Council Office — house 3- 

Barr, John, joiner and coal merchant, 8 Orr street 
Barr, George, of Barr & Provan — house 100 Canseyside street 
Barr, George, officer of Inland Revenue — house 1 Buchanan ter. 
l^arr, Hugh, of Earr & M'Caig — house Mavisbank terrace 
Barr, Hugh, joiner and builder, Espedair street — house Whitecrofty 

Wester Carriagehill 
Barr, James 11. , cowfeeder. 18 Sandholes 
Ban-, James, of Barr, Stirrat. & Co. — house 4 Calside terrace 


Barr, James, joiner and builder, 45 and 46 Causeyside — house 

Thornly Park, Potterhill 
Barr, James, upholsterer, 8 Orr square — house 4 M'Kerrell street 
Barr, James Craig, architect, 13 St. James place ; house Gateside 
Barr, John, manufacturing stationer and fancy goods importer, 

81 High street — house 32 Oakshaw street 
Barr, John, wood turner, Mossvale works — house Beech wood, 

Greenock road 
Barr, John, broker, 24 Old Sneddon — house do 
Barr, John, retired officer of Inland Revenue — house 6 Greenlaw 

Barr, John, at Henry & Gait — house 78 Broomlands 
Barr & M'Caig, builders, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, Patrick, of J. Hamilton & Co. — house 2 Union street 
Barr & Provan, plumbers and gasfitters, George place 
Barr, Robert, cowfeeder and dairyman, 39 Lady lane 
Barr, Stirrat, & Co., yarn merchants, 110 Causeyside street and 

153 Queen street, Glasgow 
Barr, William, artist, 93 High street 
Barr, William, builder, 2 Stirling street 

Barr, vVilliam, plumber, 9 Lawn street — house 29 Seedhill road 
Barr, Mrs., Laighpark, Renfrew road 
Barr, Mrs., care of Mrs. Craig, Gateside 
Barr, Misses, 32 Oakshaw 
Barr, Mrs. James, dairy, 2 George street 
Barr, Mary, dressmaker, 6 Lonend 

Barr, Maggi , confectioner, 8 St. James place — house 22 Underwood 
Barratt, John, Mus. Bac, Oxon., organist and teacher of music, 11 

Townhead terrace 
Bartholmew, Agnes, dressmaker, 11 Lady lane 
Barton, John, wine and spirit merchant, 28 Wellmeadow — house 

Bauchop, Alexander G., L D S., surgeon-dentist, 44 New street; 

house Stonefield 
Bauchop, David, carter and contractor, 1 South Orr street 
Bauchop, Misses, dairy, 3 Neilston street — house 1 Orr street 
Bauchop, Mrs. William, Stonefield 
Baxter, John, superintendent of Refuge Insurance Co , 5 County 

place ; house do 
Beacom, Armourer-Sergt. J. F., janitor Neilson Institution — house 

The lodge, Oakshawhead 
Beacom, J. R., carting contractor, 16 Causeyside street — house 8 

Orchard street 
Beacom, Mrs. A., confectioner, 19 George street ; house do. 


Beacom, & Co., carting contractors, Marshall's lane — house 8 

Orchard street 
Beaconsfield Club, 32 New street — -Alex. Macfarlane, secretary 
Beaton, Alexander, at Adam Hamilton & Son's, Ltd., Biackland 

mill — house 3 Gladstone terrace 
Beaton, Joseph B., commercial traveller, 9 Walker street 
Beaton, Neil, contractor, 31 Springbank road 

Beaton, Willitim, beamer, 18 Neilston road — house 8 Neilston road 
Beattie, Thomas, janitor, Drill Hall ; house do. 
Beattie. Joseph, of Jam.s Adam & Sou, 19 Moss street — house 10 

Cochran street 
Beattie, Miss Penuel, proprietrix, 1 Gordon place, King street 
Beckett, J. & M., millinery and furnishings, 55 Causeyside — house 

Burnpark, Lylesland 
Begg, David, of Johnston & Fairie, 113 Virginia place, Glasgow — 

— house Strathview, Potterhill 
Begg, James, grain merchant, Glasgow — house Westlands, Castle- 
Begg, John, & Son, funeral undertakers, 24 Cotton street 
Begg, R. C, accountant, house factor, and insurance agent, 15 

Gilmour street — house Hawdvhead road 
Begg, Thomas G., of John Begg & Son — house 24 Cotton street 
Beith, Mrs. Mary, grocer, 1 Phillips street ; house do. 
Bell, Allan, jun., music teacher, organist and choirmaster Holy 

Trinity Church — house 1 Royal terrace 
Bell, Archibald, tailor and clothier, 22 High street — house do. 
Bell, A., & Sons, Ltd., dyers, cleaners, &c. — receiving offices, 

Stanley Dyeworks and 6 Gilmour street, Paisley; and at Dublin, 

Belfast, Londonderry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Greenock ; 

telephone No. 40 — works, Stanley Dyeworks (see advt.) 
Bell, Daniel, of Bell & M'Lachlan — house 10 St. James street 
Bell, Edward Graliam, clerk at National Bank of Scotland ; house 

Newhall villas. The Glen 
Bell, J. Malcolm, B.Sc, assistant lecturer ou Practical Geometry 

at Technical School 
Bell, James S., Sheriff-Clerk's office — house 1 Royal terrace 
Bell, John, M. A , teacher, Grammar School ; house 1 Kelburiie 

Bell, John, of A. Bell & Sons Ltd. — house Glencraig, Kilmalcolm 
Bell, John, carriage hirer, 4 New Sneddon— house 4 Old Smith- 
Bell & M'Lachlan, brickbuilders, 2 Glen lane 
Bell, P. G., secretary at Fleming & Ferguson's (Ltd.)— house 

Linton cottage, Bridge of Weir 


Bell, R. King, of A. Bell & Sons Ltd. — house Middlepark, Stanely 

Bell, William, foreman dyer at William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house 

Newhall villas, Gleufield 
Bell, Miss Jane, supt., Association for Improving the Condition of 

the Poor, 112 Causeyside — house 4 Greenlaw avenue 
Bell, Mrs., dressmaker, 5 Stow street 
Bennett, J. W., hatter and hosier, 7 Moss street — ho. 64 Esplanade^ 

Bennett, Peter, lecturer on Practical Mathematics at Technical 

School, 6 Kelvinhaugh street, Glasgow 
Berry, Adam B., actuary. The Savings Bank of Paisley — house 9 

Townhend terrace 
Berry, John C, glass merchant, glazier, and painter, 35 High street 

— house 53 High street 
Berry, jun., John Cuthbertson, at A. Eraser's, 100 High street — 

house 40 High street, Townhead terrace 
Berry, Elizabeth, dress and mautlemaker and teacher of dressmaking, 

9 Townliead terrace; house do. 
Bethel (Eerguslie) Mission Hall, 8 West Campbell street 
Bett, David house painter, 41 Wellmeadow street — workshop 51 

High street — house 1 Townhead terrace 
Beveridge, George, reporter. Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette ; ho. 

4 Clarence street 
Beveridge, George, F.E.I,S., headmaster, Carbrook Street Public 

School ; house 2 Mansfield place 
Beveridge, William, joiner and builder, 7 Seedliill road 
Biggar, Thomas S., commission merchant, 1 Old Smithhills — house 

18 Oakshaw street 
Biggar, Thomas, jun., clerk to William Biggar — house 4 Buchanan 

terrace I 

Biggar, William, accountant and house factor, 1 Old Smithhills — * 

house 18 Oakshaw street (see advt.) 
Biggar, Mrs. Thomas, 18 Oakshaw street 
Biggs, W. G., ironmonger, 46 Well street; house do. 
Bijou, The Studio, 19 High street 

Black, Alex., stationer and tobacconist, 19 Causeyside — house 33 do. 
Black, Daniel, at Clark & Co. Ltd. — house 3 Greenlaw terrace 
Black, Hugh, of T. Black, & Co., St. James' place— ho. 16 Under- 
wood road 
Black. Hugh, assistant inspector of poor, Parish Council office — - 

house 33 Causeyside 
Black, James, assistant lecturer on Machine Construction at 

Technical School, 3 Clarence street 


Black, James A., foreman patternmaker, 5 Whitehaufirh terrace 
Black, James, teacher, Ferguslie school — house 10 Townhead ter. 
Black, James K., coachman, 7 Christie street 
Black, John K., joiner, 66 Back Sneddon — house 8 West Croft 
Black, Joseph, coal merchant, Canal station — house oo Causeyside 
Black, Malcolm, goods agent for Caledonian Railway Coy., Under- 
wood depot and St. James station — house Caledonia cottage, 
Murray street 
Black, M. Gr., provision merchant, 29 Wellnieadow — house do. 
Black, Montgomery G., snb-posttnaster, 29 Wellmeadow — house do 
Black. T., & Co., contractors, St. James' place 
Black, Thomas, of T. Black & Co. — house Quarrelton road, 

Black, William, flesher. 104 George street — ho. 21 Castle street 
Bhick, A. C, dress and mantle maker, 82 High street — house do. 
Blair, Andrew L., clerk. Canal Goods station — ho. 6 Whitehaugh ter. 
Blair, George L., photographer, 49 Pligh street — ho. 16 Castle st. 
Blair, Hugh, baker, 152 George street and '22 Sandholes — house 

152 George street 
Bla'r, James, joiner, 16 Castle street — house do. 
Blair, John M., cashier at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Ltd. — house 12 

Greenlaw avenue 
Blair, John, tailor, 37 George street — house do, 
Blair, MatthcAv, The Moorings, Thornly Park avenue 
Blaii-, Robert, fishmonger, 53 George street — house 54 do. 
Blair, Mrs. John, Hay Weighs inn, 3 King street 
3Blair, Jennie C, teacher, Camphill school — house 12 Greenlaw av. 
Blair, Mrs. Agnes, general dealer and ironmonger, 3 Broomlands — 

house 16 Castle street 
Blakeley, William, gardener, Staneley house 
Blaue, David, slater and chimney sweep, 56 Storie street 
Blane, George, slater and chimney sweeper, 83 Canal street 
Blue, Miss, matron House of Refuge, Victoria laundry. Victoria 

place. Lady lane 
Ijudys, A. & J., coppersmiths and tinsmiths, 36 Back Sneddon 
JJodys, Abraham T., of A. & J. Bodys — house 1 Tannahill place 
JBodys, John S., of A. & J. Bodys — house 1 Tannahill place 
Bole, Mrs. Wm., spirit merchant, 2 Renfrew st. — ho. 4 Niddry st. 
J^oni, A., confectioner, 47 Broomlands and 1 Wellmeadow 
Borland, Hugh, 11 Hill view place 

Borland, Ellen, confectioner, 39 High street — house do. 
liorland, Janet, fruiterer and confectioner, 5 St. James street 
Bost, W. D. Ashton, Cartvale Chemical Works — house Adelphi 
house, New Sneddon street 


Bouttell, Frank II., draughtsman, Blackball street — house 13 Mavis- 
bank terrace 
Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Limited, shipbuilders, engineers, iron- 
founders, electrical engineers, and boiler makers. Thistle works, 

Bow, William, of Bow, M'Lachlan & Co. Limited ; house Dunscore, 

Bowie, Allan, carting agent, G. & P. Jt. Ry., Greenlaw — house 

Norville, Blackball 
Bowie, Allan J., hay, seed, and grain merchant, 3 Brown's lane — - 

house Thrushcraig house 
Bowie, C. T., Fisher, & Co., painters and decorators, 15 Gilmour 

street — Telephone No. 86 
Bowie, James, farmer, West Dykebar 
Bowie, John, 11 Greenlaw avenue 

Bowie, John, jun., of T. & J. Bowie — house Bowmar, Hawk- 
head road 
Bowie, John, 2 Buchanan terrace 

Bowie, J. H., of David Murray & Son — bouse Torburn, Bearsden 
Bowie, T. & J., silk mercers and drapers, 109 High street 
Bowie, Thomas, of T. & J. Bowie — ho. St. Leonards, Ralston 
Bowie, Waltei-, farmer, Dykebarbill 
Bowie, William, writer, and Prosecutor for Bnrgh of Barrbead, 95 

High street; Tel. No., 296 — house 9 Townbead terrace 
Bowie, Maggie, dressmaker, 27 Well street; house do. 
Bowie, Mary, teacher, Camphill School — house Norville, Blackball 
Bowie, Mrs. Walter, cowfeeder, 60 Canal street — ho. 20 Lady lane 
Bowskill, David, sergeant of police — house 10 Maxwell street 
Boyd, George V., drysalter, of Colinslee Chemical Co. Ltd., and 

64 Wellington street, Glasgow — house Crosbie, Stanley 
Boyd, James, fruiterer, 27 Gauze street — house 27 do. 
Boyd, James, dairyman, 8 Neilston street 
Boyd, James M., grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 82 Canal 

street — house 24 Orchard street 
Boyd, James, drysalter, of Colinslee Chemical Co., Ltd. — ho. The 

Cottage, Millarston 
Boyd, James, tobacconist, 1 Smithbills — house 2 John street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, hothouse builders, beating engineers, and 

joiners, Macdowall street 
Boyd, James, of James Boyd & Sons — house Gledstane, Bishopton 
Boyd, James Duncan, of James Boyd & Sons— house 2 Oakshawbead 
Boyd, John, of James Boyd & Sons — house 2 Oakshawbead 
Boyd, John, wine and spirit merchant, 25 New Smithbills — house 

3 Lylesland terrace 


Boyd, T. H., orocer, 30 Curriao^ehill — house Feriiside, Marj street 

Boyd, Jane, West Public School — house 25 Queen street 

Boyd, Sarah, grocer, 25 Queen street — house do. 

Boyle, Robert, Arkleston villa, Arkleston road 

Bradley, Mrs., geneial store, 80 New Sneddon street — house do. 

Brandon, Robei-t, gardener, MaxAvellton House 

Branker, James, boot and shoemaker, 33 Storie street — house 4 

Stow brae 
Brannan, Misses, plain and fancy knitted goods, IS Gauze street 

house Diinrona, Arkleston road 
Brannan, Misses, photographic printers, Dunrona, Arkleston road 
Breslin, Daniel, Glen burn laundry, Colinslee — house Colinslec 

Brewster, Mrs. Janet, dairykeeper, 7 Mill street ; house do. 
British Legal Life Assurance Co., Ltd., 13 Moss street; James 

Maitland, district manager — house 2 Allison place 
British Linen Coy. Bank, 17 Gilmour st, — David D. Aucott. a'^ent 
British Workman Public House, 8 St. James place 
British Workman Public House, 20 Wellmeadow 
Brock, James, fruiterer, 32 Storie street; house 31 do. 
Brodie, Alex., loom card cutter, 113 Causeyside — ho. 5 Phillips st, 
Brodie, Alex. S., 72 Love street 
Brodie, John, feuar, 9 Whitehaugh terrace 
Brodie Park, High Carriagehiil — Daniel JNI'Dougall, keeper 
Brodie, William, mill foreman, 10 Phillips street 
Brough, The Peter, Bequest Nurses Home, 41 Oakshaw street 

Superintendent, Miss Watson 
Brough, Wiiliam, Sheriff Clerk Depute of Renfrewshire, Greenock 

— house Hazelbank, Elderslie 
Brown, Daniel, manager at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. Ltd. — house G 

Douglas terrace 
Brown, David, builder and joiner, Whitehaugh — house Knoxton, 

Whitehaugh drive 
Brown, Herbert W., of Wm. Brown, jun., & Co.'s. — house 7 

Hughenden terrace, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Brown, Hugh A., teacher, Camphill School — house 75 Prince 

Edward street. Crossbill, Glasgow 
Brown, Hugh, of Snodgrass & Brown, mill furnishers, 37 and 38 

Old Sneddon — house 21 Caledonia street 
Brown, J., printer and stationer, 3 Garthland street 
Brown, J. & M., stationers and artists' colourmen, 45 Old Sneddon 

— house 241 St. Vincent street, Glasgow 
Brown, James, teacher, East Public School — house The Laura 

Arkleston road 


Brown, James, 32 Cotton street 

;Browii, James W., foreman to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — ^house 

48 Love street 
Brown, John, tobacconist and stationer, 2 Bridge street (Burgh) — • 

house 7 West Croft a 

Brown, John Armour, of Browu & Poison — ho. Morednn, Stanely rd. | 
Brown, John J'rancis, at Brown & Poison's — house Moredun * 

Brown, John, insurance agent, 97 High street — house Richmond 

Browu, J., & Sons, jewellers, 83 High street 
Brown & Poison, starch and corn flour manufacturers. Royal 

Starch works, Carriageliill 
Brown, Ralph, furniture dealer, waste merchant, and wholesale 

stationer, Weir street and 1 2 New Smithhills — house Anniesfield, 

Hawkhead road 
Brown, Robert, tailor and clothier, 31 Gauze street — house 4 do. 
Brown, Robert, manager at William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house 

Newhall villas, Glenfield 
Brown, Robert, & Co., name-plate makers, 10 Espedair street 
.Brown, Robert, & Son, Ltd., manufacturers of sanitary and plumbers' 

earthenware, and earthenware wall tiles. Paisley Sanitary 

Earthenware works, Ferguslie — Telephone No. 27; private 

direct wire Glasgow- Paisley, No. 5209, N. T.Co.Ltd.(no charge 

for use) ; telegraphic address " Sanitary," Paisley 
"Brown. Robert. & Son, Ltd., manufacturers of every description of fire 

clay goods, Ferguslie Fire Clay Works — Telephone No. 27 ; 

private direct wire Glasgow-Paisley, No. 5209, N. T. Co. Ltd. 

(no charge for use) ; telegraphic address *' Sanitary," Paisley 
Brown, Robert, of Robert Brown & Son, Ltd. — Foxbar house 
JBrown, Stewart Hally, at Brown & Poison's — house Moredun 
Browni, Thomas, spirit dealer, 7 Wallneuk 
Brown, W B., secretary to William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house The 

Cottage, Glenfield 
'Brown, William, photographer, 9 Gilmour street — house 8 

Janefield place, Lylesland 
.Brown, William, caretaker J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) baths and recreation 

rooms ; house 8 Mid lane 
Brown, A'Villiam, & Son, tea merchants, 37 High street 
Brown, W. Dykes, writer, hon. treasurer Liberal Club, 97 High 

street — house 8 Janefield place 
JBrown, William, Sheriff-Clerk Depute and Commissary-Clerk 

Depute of Renfrewshire. Auditor of Court and of the Faculty 

of Solicitors, Paisley, Sheriff Court-house — house Braehead 

cottage, Meikleriggs 


Brown, William, at J. & P. Coats Ltd. — ho. Cruacban, Bridge of Weir 

Brown, William, warehouseman at Clark & Co. Ltd., Burnetta 
cottage, Glasgow road 

Brown, William, Jan., & Co., merchants and agents, 107 

Brown, Wm., watchmaker and jeweller, 2 Well street — house 5 
Kilnside road 

Brown, Agnes, C.T., South School — house 8 Janefield place 

Brown, Anna D., music teacher, 8 Janefield place 

Brown, M., hosier, 4 Moss street — house Thorucliff, Pollokshields, 

Brown, Miss, Underwood park 

Brown, Miss, of Scott & Brown — house 2 Crossflat terrace 

Brown, Misses A. & M., tleshers, 61 Causeyside — house 4 Mansfield 

Brown, Mrs., dressmaker, 30 Canal street 

Brown, Mrs., 2 Janefield place 

Brown, Mrs. Adam, newsagent, 4 Storie street — ho. do. 

Brown, Mrs. Jane, confectioner, 8 Ferguslie ; house do. 

Brown, Mrs. Robert, confectioner, 49 Storie street 

Browning, Alexander, sen., feuar, 10 West Buchanan st.; ho. 5 do. 

Browning, Alexander, sen., joiner, cartwright, and smith, 10 West 
Buchanan street — house 5 do. 

Brownlee, John, brakesman, Cal. Railway Coy., St. James Station 
and Underwood depot — house 16 Mackenzie street 

Brownlie, Mrs., Glenfield cottage, Castlehead 

Brownridge, Robert, M.B., CM., Charleston medical hall, and sub- 
postmaster, 17 Xeilstou road — house 1 Calside terrace 

Brownridge, William, teacher, Williamsburgh Public School — 
house, The Cottage, 7 Neilston street 

Bruce, James, M.B., CM., D.PH., physician and surgeon, consulting 
rooms 28 G-auze street — house 28 Gauze street 

Bruce, Robert, M.B,, CM., physician and surgeon, 28 Gauze street 
— consulting rooms 23 Gauze street 

Brunsdon, Henry, of T. & R. Graham — house Dunira, Mansion- 
house road 

Bryce, David, farmer, Abbotsinch, Inchinuan road 

Bryce, David, of D. & J. F. Bryce, Meikleriggs cottage 

Bryce, D. & J. F., manufacturers and warehousemen, 112 

Bryce, James, & Sons, joiners, 10 Hunter St.; house Garthland house 

Bryce, James F., of D. & J. F. Bryce, Meikleriggs cottage 

Bryce, John S., engineer, 10 Hunter street— house 11 do. 

Bryce, John, & Co., builders, 14 Lady lane 

Bryce, John, of John Bryce & Co. — house Belmont, Meikleriggs 



Bryce, Robert F., of James Brjce & Sons — house 14 Walker street 
Bryce, Thomas, of Thom, Bryce & Cornelius — house Briarbank, 

Bryce, William, gas meter inspector — house 5 Stirling street 
Bryce, Misses, milliners and drapers, 2 Old Smithhills — house 3 

Greenlaw terrace 
Bryson, James, grocer, 58 George street — house 133 George street 
Buchanan, Adam, of Herd & Buchanan, 36 Old Sneddon street — 

house 33 Well street 
Buchanan, Adam, clerk at Parish Council Office ; house 1 Unstead 

Buchanan, Angus, agent National Bank of Scotland Ltd. — house 

Knockrioch, Greenlaw drive 
Buchanan, Archibald, foreman joiner with Alex. M'Naughtan — 

house 3 Hannay street 
Buchanan, A. C, clerk to Robert Wilson & Laird — ho. Kilbarchan 
Buchanan, David, of Pollock & Co., yarn agents, agent for 

Commercial Union Insurance Co. — house Oakfern, Mansion- 
house road 
Buchanan, David C. R. C-, gas meter inspector ; ho. 10 Camphill pi. 
Buchanan, Donald, grocer and provision merchant, 2 Bank street 

— house 35 Kilnside road 
Buchanan, George, joiner, 4 Howie street — house do. 
Buchanan, George M'K., with W. R. Finlator — ho. 4 Howie street 
Buchanan, George H., builder, 7 Buchanan terrace 
Buchanan, James, cutler and saw sharper, 15 Causeyside — house 

13 do. 
Buchanan, George, farmer, Hunterhill 
Buchanan, John, confectioner, 33 Thread street — house do. 
Buchanan, Neil, private secretary at Ferguslie Thread Works — 

house Birchlea, Meikleriggs 
Buchanan, Thomas, Mossvale School — house 27 Queen St., Renfrew 
Buchanan, William, at T. F. Reid & Donaldson's ; ho. 9 Buchanan 

Buchanan, Mrs. Jas., drugstore, 7 Broomlands — house 15 Sandhole& 
Budge, Alexander, draper, 90 High street — house 4 Oxford drive, 

Bull Inn, 5 New street — Mrs. Charles Stevenson, proprietor 
Bulloch, William, Sheriff officer, 16 Moss St.— ho. 44 Kilnside road 
Burgess, A., general house furnisher, 4 Lylesland — house do. ; 

Burgess, Richard W., clerk to J. & P Coats, Ltd. — house Wallace- 
Lee, Glasgow road 
Burgh Police Office, Municipal Buildings — William Duncan, chief 

constable — house 1 Mansion-house road— tel. Nos. 100 and 32 


Burnett, John, bank clerk, British Linen Co. Bank — ho. Houston 
Burnet & Hamilton, ham curers and wholesale provision merchants, 

8 and 9 Well street 
Burnet, W. M., of. Burnet & Hamilton — house 9 Well street 
Burns, James, & Son, hairdressers and tobacconists, 54 Broomlands 

— house 94 George street 
Burns, James, insurance agent, 23 Abbey street 
Burns, Rev. A. Fyfe, M.A., St. George's Parish Church — house 

7 Garthland place 
Burrell, George, shipowner, Glasgow — house Gleniffer lodge 
Burtnay, James, spirit merchant, 12 Back Sneddon — house 6 

Moncrieif street 
Burt, David, clerk, Caledonian Railway Company, Underwood — 

house 3 Park avenue 
Byzantium toy warehouse, 51 Old Sneddon — E. T. B. Gleghorn 

& Co., proprietors 

CABLES, Rev. James, M.A., minister of Oakshaw West U.F. 

Church — Oakshaw West U.F. Manse, 39 Oakshaw street 
Cabman's Rest, County place — Mrs. Hutton, keeper — house 28 

Cotton street 
Caden, Alexander, stationer and newsagent, 8 Stirling street 
Cadien, James L., confectioner, 6 Lylesland — ho. 3 Stirling street 
Cahalane, M., officer Inland Revenue, Saucel Distillery; house 12 

Greenlaw avenue 
Caird, Rev. James Renny, M.A., minister U.F. Middle Church — 

manse Calside 
Cairns, Alexander, & Sons, St. George Preserve Works, Clark 

street — house Glencairn, Castlehead 
Cairns, James M., preserve manufacturer, St. George Preserve 

Works — house Cairudene, Meikleriggs road 
Cairns, John, boot and shoemaker, 17 Lawn street and 28 St. 

James street; house 7 Houstoun square, Johnstone 
Cairns, R., & Co., wholesale and retail confectioners, 100 High st. 
Cairns, Robert, of R. Cairns & Co. — house 8 Greenlaw avenue 
Calder, J., governor, Parish Poorhouse and Asylum 
Calderwood, James, joiner, 1 Espedair street — ho. 9 New Stock st. 
Calderwood, John, restaurateur, 8 Brick lane 
Calderwood, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 94 New Sneddon — 

house 4 Carlton gardens, CrooksLon 
Calderwood, Mary, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 

Woodside, Overton road, Johnstone 
Calderwood, Mrs. C., Kilnside dairy, 13 Kilnside road 
Caldwell, David, at James Caldwell & Son — house 23 Whitehead st. 


Caldwell, David, coal, coke, and lime merchant — office and house 24 

Canal street ; Telephone No. 356. 
Caldwell, Ja., Muir, & Caldwell, writers, and agents for the Royal 

Fire and Life Insurance Company, and Liverpool & London & 

Globe Insurance Company, County Buildings, St. James street 
Caldwell, James, jun., writer, of Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, 

writers, clerk to Renfrew District Lunacy Board, County 
Buildings, St. James st. — ho. Craigielea 
Caldwell, James, of Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, writers, writer 

and notary public. County Clerk, Treasurer, and Collector, 

Clerk to County Committee on Secondary Education — 

office County buildings, St. James street — ho. Craigielea place 
Caldwell, James, weavers' furnisher, 110 Causeyside — ho. GlenHelen 
Caldwell, James, Mossfield, Greenock road i 

Caldwell, James, & Son, wholesale and retail wine and spirit mer- J 

chants, 9 and 10 Gilmour street — telephone No. 229 ^< 

Caldwell, James, clerk at Parish Council Office ; house 10 Glen- 
view, Barterholm 
Caldwell, John, of W. Caldwell & Co., Elton villa, Calside 
Caldwell, John, newsagent and tobacconist, 74 Love street — ho. do. 
Caldwell, John, of David Caldwell ; house 24 Canal street 
Caldwell, Peter, church officer, North Parish Church — 4 Middle lane 
Caldwell, Peter, architect, surveyor, and property valuator, National 

Bank buildings, 12 St. Mirren street — house Duneaton, 

Ranfurly, Bridge of Weir 
Caldwell, Robert, tailor and clothier, 1 Storie street 
Caldwell, Robert, clerk, Corporation Gas office— ho, 24 Canal st. 
Caldwell, Robt. D., teller, British Linen Coy. Bank — ho. Hazelbank, 

Hawkhead road 
Caldwell, Thomas, of James Caldwell & Son, 9 and 10 Gilmour 

street — house Rockfield, Renfrew road 
Caldwell, W., & Co., drysalters and gum manufacturers, Murray st. 
Caldwell, William, of W. Caldwell & Co., Elton villa, Calside 
Caldwell, William, of David Caldwell, coal merchant, 24 Canal 

street ; house do. 
Caldwell, William A. G., at Allan J. Bowie's, 3 Brown's lane; 

house 4 Mansfield place 
Caldwell, "William, insurance agent, 9 Crossflat crescetit; house do. 
Caldwell, J., stationer, bookseller, and newsagent, 2 Gilmour st. — 

house 4 Moss street 
Caldwell, Maggie M., draper, 3 Gauze street — house Rosebank, 

Hawkhead road 
Caldwell, Mrs., tobacconist and newsagent, 82 High street — house 

5 Townhead terrace 


Caldwell, Miss, dressmaker, 25 New Stock street ; house do. , 

Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance Co. Ltd., 58 Renfield street, Glasgow 

— Wm. G. Kirkliope, secretary (see advt.) 
Caledonian Railway Co.'s Carting Department — office Greenlaw 

Goods Station — telephone No. 51 — Daniel Orr, agent — house 

77 High street 
Caledonian Railway Co.'s General Enquiry and Carting office, 

12 Moss street — telephone No. 265 — Daniel Orr, agent 
Caledonian Railway Co. — Underwood and St. James Station — 

station master, Donald Grant, 19 Greenhill road 
Cameron, Alexander, general secretary. Young Men's Christian 

Association, 12 Causeyside — house 6 Whitehead street 
Cameron, Alexander, upholsterer and cabinetmaker, 40 High street 

— house Viewfield, Meikleriggs 
Cameron, David, confectioner, 25 Orchard street 
Cameron, John, shoemaker, 70 Broomlands — house 3 John street 
Cameron, Joh i. foreman at Fullarton, Hiodgart, & Barclay' s^ho. 

5 M'Kerrell street 
Cameron, J. AYinning, traveller, Geo. Dobie & Sons ; ho. 18 Skirving 

street, Shawlands, Glasf>:ow 
Cameron, Peter, traveller with Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. — house 5 

New Stock street 
Cameron, Peter, janitor, Oakshaw Public School ; house do. 
Cameron, Charles, janitor at Grammar Scnool — ho. 21 Niddry st. 
Cameron, Robert, confectioner, 67 Canal street — house do. 
Cameron, Vrilllam, blacksmith, 4 Cotton street; ho. 7 Cochran st. 
Cameron, William, gardener to Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., 

Fercfuslie park 
Cameron, Annie, dairy, 35 M'Kerrell street; house 34 do. 
Cameron, Jeaiiie, draper and hosier, 36 M'Kerrell street — ho do. 
Cameron, Roberta, assistant teacher, Oakshaw Public School ; 

house Park place, Calside 
Campbell, Alexander, collector of gas accounts, 2 Mansfield place 
Campbell, A. Laurie, surgeon dentist, 9 Orr square (Tel. No. 3y4) 

and 33 High street, Johnstone — house Cleveland villa, Glasgow 

road (see advt.) 
Campbell, Arclul., warehouseman, 110 Causeyside — house Camphill 
Campbell & Calderwood, engineers and boiler makers, Soho Engine 

Works, Murray street — Telephone No. 162 ; telegraphic 

address " Soho, Paisley " 
Campbell, Daniel B., contractor and general merchant, 47 Well st. 
Campbell, Daniel, & Son, reed and heddle manufacturer, 32 High 

Campbell, David, teacher North School— house 6 Townhead terrace 


Campbell, Duncan, district sanitarj^ inspector, Second or Lower 

District of Renfrewshire, County buildings — house 9 Muvisbank 

terrace, Blackball 
Campbell, D., of Campbell & M'Kechnie ; ho. 84 New Sneddon 
Campbell, James, wine and spirit merchant, 71 Broomlands — ho. do. 
Campbell, James Edward, M.A.,B.L., of Reids & Campbell — house 

Lady lane house, 55 High street " 
Campbell, John, hardware merchant, 36 Caledonia street — house 29 

Campbell, Duncan, nurseryman, Nethercommon gardens 
Campbell, John M., inspector of poor, Paisley Parish — office 62 

and 63 Back Sneddon — house Bonally, Carriagehill 
Campbell, L. S., of Home Knittiug Co., 2 Causeyside — ho. Burn- 
bank, Calside 
Campbell, J., clog manufacturer, 4 Causeyside — ho. 22 Smithhills 
Campbell, Robert, hairdresser, 31 New Smithhills— house 30 Kiln- 
side road 
Campbell, Robert, at Galbraith's store, 51 Broomlands ; house 

71 Broomlands 
Campbell, Robert R., wine and spirit merchant, 82 Broomlands — 

house do. 
Campbell, Robert S., commercial traveller, 3 Greenlaw avenue 
Campbell, William, textile manufacturer, 2 Causeyside st. — house 

Burnbank cottage, Calside 
Campbell, William, hairdresser, 20 Lawn street; ho. 6 Renfrew 

Campbell, AVilliam, out-door collector of police and water rates — 

house 31 St. James street 
Campbell, William Walker, director, Caledonia Engine works — :.| 

house Oakshawhead 
Campbell, William T., 12 Seedhill road 
Campbell, Jane, grocer, 11 Greenhill road — house do. 
Campbell, Mrs. Jane, confectioner, 64 Broomlands ; house do. 
Campbell, Lsabella, teacher, 40 Kilnside road 
Campbell, Jeanie, draper and hosier, 4 Ladyburn street— house 

Burnbank cottage, Calside 
Campbell, Maggie, Oakshaw house lodge, 44 Oakshaw street 
Campbell, Lavinia S. B., teacher; South Public School — house 

Burnbank, Calside 
Campbell, Miss. Camphill 

Campbell, Miss C. P., tobacconist, 3 St. James street — house 5 do. 
Campbell, Mrs., 31 Oakshaw street 
Canning, A., flesher, 7 Springbank road — house Avenue cottage, , 

Inchinuan road 


Cape, John Buchanan, teacher, South School ; ho. 3 Andrew street 

Carkeet, Z., coal merchant, 6 Lylesland — house do. 

Carlile, James Shn, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Thread street — 

house 20 Mill street 
Carlile, Thomas, foreman Daily Express office — ho. o\ Bank street 
Carlin, Francis, Galloway Dairy, 13 Underwood road; house do. 
Carniichael, Daniel, assistant instructor in machine construction at 

Technical School ; house 4 Middle lane 
Carnduff, John, hosier, 2 Neilston street — house 1 Bute place 
Carnochan, Alexander, superintendent Fountain Gardens, Love St. 
Carnochan, James, boot and shoemaker, 58 George st. — house 28 do. 
Carpet beating factory, 42 Gordon's lane 
Carruth, D., hairdresser, ^h Storie street. 

Carruth, George, hairdresser, 52 George street — house 13 Under- 
wood lane 
Carruth, George, church-officer, Sherwood U.F. CWrch — house 

^^ Clarence street 
Carruth, James, church-officer, St. George's U.F. Church — house 

5 New street 
Carruth, Matthew, boot and shoemaker, 2 Stock street — house 9 

New Stock street 
Carse, John, manager to John Highgate & Co., saAV millers ; house 

4 Buchanan terrace 
Carse, Robert, butcher, 97 Causeyside street — house 14 Blackball 

Carswell, Allan B., of David Carswell & Son — house Brierbank, 

Carswell, David, Oldbar cottages 

Carswell, David, & Son, bookbinders, 35 Storie street (see advt.) 
Carswell, Homer Hamilton, of John Carswell & (Jo. — house 

Auchencairu, Glasgow road 
Carswell, James, farmer, Darrochstock 

Carswell, John, & Co., stationers, lithographers, printers, book- 
binders, and account-book manufacturers, 14 Causeyside 
Carswell, Miss, dressmaker, 1 Camphill 
Carter, William R., reporter, Glasgow Evening Citizen — house 1 

AValker street 
Cartvale Chemical Coy. (Limited), 59 New Sneddon street 
Cashmore, James, draper, 19 Storie street ; house do. 
Cashmore, John, fruiterer, 100 High street — ho. Aintree, Greenlaw 

Caskie, A., of Graham & Caskie — house 34 George street 
Cassels, James, maker of gates, railings, and general smith, 4 Glen 

lane — house 56 Love street 


Gaskie, James, shoemaker, 98^ George street — house do. 
Cassels, Robert, horseshoer and geueral smith, 19 St. James street 

— house 5 Underwood 
Cassels, William, of Robert Murdoch & Co., iron and steel mer- 
chants, 10 West Croft, Paisley, and 23 Robertson street, Glasgow 

— house Cairndhu, Pollokshields 
Cassels, Miss Annie, dressmaker and hosier, 6 Bank street — ho. do. 
Cassidy, Edward, jun., cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 84 High street 

and Cumberland court — house do. 
Cassidy, Mrs. A., confectioner and fraiterer, 1 Crossflat terrace; 

house 1 M'Kerrell street 
Cassidy, Mrs., confectioner and newsagent, 21 Lawn street 
Cathcart, W. & T. brassfounders, 42 Wellmeadow 
Cathcart, Thomas, of W. & T. Cathcart ; ho. 2 Mill place, Camphill 
Cathcart, Walter, of W. & T. Cathcart ; ho. 22 Underwood road 
Cattanach, Alexander, Auchentorlie house 
Cattanach, Lorimer, Auchentorlie house 
Cattanach, Robert Aitken, Auchentorlie house 
Caulfield & Co., china and glass manufacturers, 41 High street 
Cayzer, Sir C. W., M.P., of Cayzer, Irvine, & Co., Glasgow — house 

Cemetery, 58 Broomlands — Robert Reid, superintendent 
Cemetery (Hawkhead), Hawkheadrd. — Jas. Walker, superintendent 
Central Typewriting Office — M. A. Shaw, typist, Express buildings, 

12 Causeyside (see advt.) 
Chalmers, William, sub-manager, Ferguslie Thread Works, 2 

Ferguslie buildings 
Chalmers, Livingstone, commission agent, 21 Well street 
Chambers, Joseph, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street ; house Aber- 

corn cottage, Inkermann 
Chapman, George, tailor and clothier, 112 Causeyside — house 

Barholm, Arkleston road 
Chapman, John, at Central Agency, Glasgow — house 33 Gauze st. 
Chapman, Robert, farmer. North Arkleston 
Charles, William J., hamcurer and provision merchant, 12 Barr 

street — house Ashbovu'ne villa, Arkleston road 
Charles, Mrs. J., dressmaker, 7 Sandholes ; house do. 
Charleston Loan Company — G. F. Lochhead & Co., proprietors, 

5 and 6 Neilston road, and 42 Gt. Hamilton street 
Chatterton, Robt. A., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.O., teacher of music and' 

organist at High Parish Church — house 17 Walker street. 
Cherry, James, baker, 33 Gauze street — house 1 Crossflat terrace 
Chisholm, Y. Rev. Hugh. Provost, Roman Catholic Clergyman, 

2 East Buchanan street 


Chittick, Gavin, foreman glazier with George G. Kirk; house 13 

Kilnside road 
Christie, Alexander, inspector of weights and measures for the 

Burgh, Municipal Buildings ; house 1 George place 
Christie, Alexander, lieutenant of police. Central Police Ofhce, 

Gilmour street — house 1 George place 
Christie, James, & Co., house painters, oil and colour merchants^ 

36 Moss street — house 3 County place 
Christie, James, janitor Ferguslie Half-time School — house 54 

Geoi'ge street 
Christie, John, manual instructor, Grammar School ; ho, 5 Camphill 
Christie, John, Camphill School ; house 5 Camphill 
Christie, John, of William Christie & Sons — ho. 5 Underwood road 
Christie, Matthew, of William Christie & Sons — ho. 4 Underwood 
Christie, William, & Sons, smiths and engineers, Underwood Ir( n 

Christie, Wm., juur., of Wm. Christie & Sons — ho. 4 Underwood 
Christie, Miss, at Caulfield & Co.'s, 41 High street; house 1 

Clarence street 
Clapperton, Mrs. Agnes, confectioner, 9 Hamilton street ; ho. do. 
Clark & Go. Ltd., Anchor Thread Works, Seedhill 
Clark, Arthur S., boot factor and general agent, 17 Walker street 
Clark, Gerakl F. King, at Clark & Service, Glasgow — house 

South park 
Clark, J. & J., & Co., Anchor Thread Works, Seedhill 
Clark, James, Chapel house 
Clark, Joini K., janitor. Central Unionist club, 42 Old Sneddon 

— house 9 Kerr street 
Clark, Mrs. James, hardw^are, 47 George street 
Clark. John, & Co., joiners, boxmakers, and wood merchants, Wall- 

neuk sawmills, 12 Wallneuk 
Clark, J. Stewart, of Clark & Co. Limited, Dundas Castle, South 

Clarke, Joseph, restaurant, 4 and 6 St. Mary's terrace 
Clark, Kenneth G., 12 Wellmeadow street 
Clark, Kenneth M., of Clark & Co. Ltd., 32 Grosvenor square, 

London, W, 
Clark, Rudolph, J. C, at P. Henderson & Co., Glasgow — house 

Chapel house 
Clark, Stewart, of Clark & Co. Limited, Dundas Castle, South 

Queen sferry 
Clark, Wm., inspector of weights and measures for the County of 

Renfrew, 40 Old Sneddron — ho. Estron, Hawkhead road 
Clark, Miss E., milliner, jGS Love street "^ 


Clark, Miss Jeanie, grocer, 113 G-eorge street; house 2 Potterhill 

Clark, Miss J. H., fancy go^ds and needlework, 30 High st. — house 
Darnley street, Pollokshields 

Clelland, Christina, milliner, 20 Wellmeadow ; ho. 17 Walker st. 

Clenowich, Alexander, picture frame maker, 14 Wallneuk 

Clews, Christina, teacher, North school — house 50 Love street 

Clondsley, H. B., traveller to Robt. Brown & Son Ltd. — house 18 
Well street 

Clow, William, M.A., B.Sc, M.B., CM., 97 Causeyside 

Club, The, 102 High street — James Hogarth, clubmaster 

Cluckie, N. Grordon, M.B., L F.P.S.C, ophthalmic surgeon; con- 
sulting rooms, Royal Victoria Eye Infirmary, Mansion-house 
road, daily at 1.30 p.m. — house Kessington, Greenock 

Cluckie, Samuel M., clerk at Canal station ; house 132 George st. 

Clunas, James, detective inspector, Central Police office, Gilmour 
street ; house 1 1 Clarence street 

Clydesdale (The) Bank Limited, 7 High street (Cross) — Robert 
Russell, agent, J. B. Yeitch Smith, sub- agent 

Coats, Allan, of W. & A. Coats — house Hayfield, Castlehead 

Coats, Andrew, Ferguslie house 

Coats, Archibald, chairman of J. &P. Coats Limited, Woodside house 

Coats, Bros., coal merchants, Canal station; Telephone No. 116, 
Telegrams, " Co," Paisley 

Coates Bros. Ltd. (with which is incorporated Charles Smith & Co.), 
manufacturers of Brussels, Wilton, and Axmiuster carpets, and 
rugs, Stonefield works, and at Perth 

Coats, Daniel, 5 Garthland place 

Coats, E. S., director of J. & P. Coats, Limited — house Balgonie 

Coats, George H., of W. & A. Coats, Ellangowan, Castlehead 

Coats, George, dii-ector of J. & P. Coats Limited, Belleisle, Ayr, 
and 39 Park lane, London, W. 

Coats, George, 2 Mansfield place 

Coats, Gervase H., writer, at Jas. H. Dunn & Allison's — house 
2 Mansfield place 

Coats, G. W., M.B., Ch.B., 54 High street 

Coats, James W., hamcurer and wholesale provision merchant, 
Glasgow — house Wellbourne, Meikleriggs 

Coats, J. & P., Limited, thread manufacturers, Ferguslie — bleach- 
works Nethercraigs. by Paisley 

Coats, James, director of J. & P. Coats Limited, 43 William street, 
Providence, Rhode Island, U.S. America, and Auchendrane, Ayr 

Coats, James, jun., director of J. & P. Coats Limited, Ferguslie 

Coats, Jervis H., of W. & A. Coats — house Ellangowan, Castlehead 


Coats, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 128 George street— house do. 
Coats, Peter, director of J. & P. Coats Limited — house 5 Garthlaud 

place and Lilybank, Innellan 
Coats, P. H., director of J. & P. Coats Limited — house Corsebar 
Coats, P. M., director of J. & P. Coats Ltd.— ho. Woodside house 
Coats, Sir Thomas Glen, Bart., director of J. & P. Coats Limited 

— house Ferguslie park 
Coats, Stewart, at Coats Bros. — house Ellangowau, Castlehead 
Coats, W. & A., ham curers and provision merchants, 68 Broomlands 
Coats, William L., of Coats Brothers — house 1 Mansfield place 
Coats, William A., Skelmorlie Castle, Skelmorlie, and Dalskairth, 

Coats, William, jun., of W. & A. Coats — ho. Ferndean, Castlehead 
Coats, W. H., director of J. & P. Coats, Ltd., Cardell, Meikleriggs 
Coats, Maggie H., teacher, Camphill school — house 2 Mansfield place 
Coats, Mary, teacher, Ferguslie Half-time School — house 2 

Mansfield place 
Cochran, Alexander, writer, 19 High st. ; ho. Maryville, Corsebar 
Cochran, Alexander, dairyman, Burnfoot, Thornlie 
Cochran, Allan M'Neil, clerk, the Savings Bank of Paisley — house 

1 Charlotte place, Wester Carriagehill 
Cochran, Adam, & Co., Park place, Calside 

Cochran, A. W., reporter, Paisley Daily Express — ho. 12 Lady lane 
Cochran, David, grocer and provision merchant, Gordon's lane — 

house 9 Neilston road 
Cochran, Edward, of Robert Cochran & Sons — house Kersland, 

Renfrew road 
Cochrane, Hugh, of Pollock & Cochrane — house Thrushcraig villa, 

Carriagehill drive 
Cochran, James, spirit merchant, 11 Canal street — ho. 3 Glenview 
Cochran, James, & Son, pawnbrokers, watchmakers, and warehouse- 
men, 81 Broomlands and 2 Sandholes 
Cochran, John, M.A., teacher, Schoolhouse, Nethercraigs 
Cochran, John, at James Cochran & Son — ho. Dalblair, Castlehead 
Cochrane, John, farmer, North Brediland, Chain road 
Cochran, John, of Cochran & Keith — house 48 Love street 
Cochran & Keith, joiners and blockbuilders, 67 Love street 
Cochran & M'Gechan, brassfouudeis, 4 Hamilton street— telephone 

No. 382 ; telegraphic address, " Brass, Paisley." 
Cochran, Robert, & Sons, drapers, mantlemakers, milliners, and 

upholsterers, 26 and 27 New Smithhills, and upholsterers and 

house furnishers, 2 Old Smithhills — telephone No. 314 
Cochran, Robort, tobacconist and newsagent, 40 Caledonia street — 

house 39 do. 


Cochran, Robert, of Robert Cochrau & Sons — house Kersland, 

Renfrew road 
Cochrane, Robert, chnrch officer, Oakshaw U.F. Church, and 

keeper of Y.M.C.A. Rooms — house 12 Causeyside street 
Cochran, Robert H., at M. Whitehill & Co.'s — house 2 Whitehead 

Cochran, Robert S., draper, 109 Causeyside ; house 1 Ralston street 
Cochran, Thomas, hamcurer, George place ; house 5 Walkei^ street 
Cochran, William, newsagent and tobacconist, 24 Wellmeadow 
Cochran, Wm., junr., wholesale stationer and fancy goods merchant^ 

25 Moss street — house Wellmeadow 
Cochran, William, & Co., manufacturers and warehousemen^ 

6 and 7 Causeyside 
Cochran, William Malcolm, agent for City of Glasgow Friendly 

Society, 21 High street 
Cochrane, Jane Mitchell, teacher, Abercorn Public ISchool ; house 

25 Orchard street 
Cochran, Mrs. James C, wine and spirit merchant (Royalty Bar)^ 

11 & 12 West Croft — house 9 Greeolaw avenue 
Cochran, Margaret Paterson, pupil teacher, Abercorn School ; 

house Maryville, Corsebar 
Cochran, Mary, teacher Mossvale Public School — house 48 Love st, 
Cockburn & Co. (Ltd.), chemists, 12 St. Mirren street, and St. 

Enoch square, Glasgow 
Cockburn, C. T., of Cockburn & Co. Ltd. — house Menarra, Pinard 

road, Partick 
Cockburn, George H., teacher, Camphill School ; house 7 Buchanan 

Cockburn, William, of Malcolm & Cockburn — ho. 143 George st. 
Coghill, George, ironmonger, 49 and 50 Old Sneddon street — house 

Amherst. Arkleston road; telephone No. 175 
Coia, M., confectioner and restaurateur, 4 Broomlands and 38 High 

street — house 43 Lady lane 
Colinslee Chemical Co. Ltd., manufacturers of extract of indigo, 

alizarine oil, soluble oil, and mordants, Colinslee 
Collins, James, & Sons, plasterers and cement workers, 48 High st. 

— house 133 George street 
Collins, Daniel, & Co., plasterers and cement workers, 67 Back 

Sneddon street — house 8 do. 
Collins, James, junr., of James Collins & Sons — ho. 7 Walker street 
Colquhoun, Alexander, stationer and tobacconist, 15 George st. 
Colquhoun, Archibald, foreman engineer, 8 Ferguslie buildings 
Colquhoun, David, wine and spirit merchant, 17 Wellmeadow — 

house do. 


Colquhouii, Henry, fruiterer and confectioner, 18 Lawn street — ho. 

14 Lawn street 
Colqnhoun, Samuel, analytical chemist to Cartvale Chemical Coy., 

Limited — house Townhead terrace 
Colquhoun, William, confectioner, 2 Potterhill 

Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, 102 High street — James 
Ross, agent; Walter S. Nicol, accountant. Branch, 18 W^ell- 
meadow — James Ross, agent ; Wm. B. Fraser, accountant 
Commercial Hotel (John Mitchell, proprietor), 11 High street 
Comrie, Alexander, manager at R. & J. P. Kerr's — ho. Dunedin, 

Connell, D. S., at Coats Brothers — house Gateside 
Connell, William, janitor, Camphill school — house 12 Argyle street 

Conservative Association, 32 New street — Alexander Macfarlane, 

hon. secretary 
Cook, Adam M., at MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison's — house Jack's 

villa, Arkleston road 
Cook, Edward, of Waters, Cook, & Co. — ho. Jack's villa, Arkleston 

Cook, James, writer of Reids & Campbell — house Garbally, 

Arkleston road 
Cook, J. & J., letter-press printers, and printers and publishers of the 

Paisley Sf Renfrewshire Gazette^ 94 High street ; telegrams 

" ^^as^if^^. Paisley ;" Telephone No. 145 
Cook, Joseph, photographer, 32 High street 

Cook, W. M., of J. & J. Cook — house Englethwaite, Castlehead 
Cook, WiUiam, grocer, 23 Gauze street ; house 7 Johnston street 
Cook, Miss Jenny Smith, teacher, Abercorn Public School — house 

Jack's villa, Arkleston road 
Cook, Mrs. Archibald, Janelield, Gateside 
Cook, Mrs. James, Englethwaite, Castlehead 
Cook, Mrs. Mary, grocer, 27 Springbank road — house do. 
Cooper & Co., tea merchants and grocers, 10 St. Mirren street and 

78 Broomlands 
Cooperwhite, Robert, confectioner, 1 Pattison street — house do. 
Co-operative Manufacturing Society, Limited, manufacturers and 

warehousemen, 114 and 115 Causeyside — telephone No. 127; 

and Colinslee — telephone No. 128. Branches — No. 1, 15 

Broomlands; No. 2, 10 Neilston road; No. 3, 11 Kilnside 

road ; No. 4, 47 Broomlands 
Co-operative (Under¥ifood) Coal Society, Underwood and Potterhill 

depots — John Holmes, manager, 25 St. James st. (see 



Co-operative (Provident) Society, Limited. Established 1860. Grocers, 
bakers, butchers, fishmougers, shoemakers, hardware merchants, 
and dairymen, 140 George street (see advt.) 
Groceries, &c., 139 George street — J. Rowand, salesman 
Branch No. 1 — 168 George street — Andrew Reid, ,, 

^^ 2 — 35 Glen street — J. R. Pollock, „ 

^ 3 — 48 Broomlands — John Lanchlan, ,, 

J J 4 — 20 Lawn street — Alex. Callander, ,, 

,j 5 — 1 Cleopatra buildings, Springbank rd. — 

Wm. Semple, „ 

6 — 24 Underwood rd., — WiUiam Strachan, „ 

^ 7 — 78 Broomlands — Archibald Adam, ,, 

j^ 8— 3^ Bank street— R. Whyte, „ 

,, 9 — 110 George street— R. Tannahill ,, 

10^ — 38 Well street — Andrew Hunter, „ 

* j^ 11 — 19 Caledonia street — David Peacock, „ 

12 — Melbourne terrace, 4 Seedhill road — 

R. Sutherland, „ 

^, 13 — 1 M'Kerrell street — Thomas Sunter, „ 

14 — 15 Abercorn street — Arthur Conway ,, 
Steam Bakery, 139 George street— W. Boyle, foreman 
Bread Shop, 139 George st. — Miss Janet Glover, saleswoman 
Boot Shop, 14 Causeyside — William Gray, salesman 

Branch, 48 Broomlands — Miss Harris, saleswoman 

70 Love street — Miss Robertson, saleswoman 
Hardware and Jewellery Shop, 14 Causeyside — J. B. Sunter, 

Fleshers' shops — 

Central — 138 George street — Samuel Rae, salesman 
;No. 1 — 91 Causeyside — Matthew M'Lerie, „ 

2 — 35 Glen street — John Jamieson, „ 

3 — 48 Broomlands — G, Haslett, ,, 

4 — 1 Cotton street — Wm. Towns, „ 
6 — 21 Underwood road — J. Cowan, „ 

10 — 39 Well street— R. Easton, „ 

^^ 12 — 4 Kilnside road — James Bruce, „ 

j)airies — 138 George street, 54 Broomlands, 7 Lawn street, 
7 Springbank road, 2 Kilnside road, and 39 Well street 

Fish Shops — 

Central 138 George street — Miss Grant, saleswoman 

]s^o. 2 70 Love street — Miss M'Taggart, saleswoman 

3 47 Broomlands — Wm. Woodrow, salesman 

8 — 3| Bank street — Alex. Arneil, salesman 
Manao-er — David Rowat — house Linside, Glasgow road 


Co-operative (Provident) Society — continued. 

Book-keeper — John Lauchlan — house 19 Walker street 

Secretary — James Wood — house 7 Phillips street 

Treasurer — Peter Shannon, 4 Mary street 
Co-operative Society, Ltd. (Equitable) 

35 Great Hamilton street — salesman, Robert Tweedale, house 2 
Orr street 

9 Neilston street — salesman, Peter Forbes, 9 Neilson street 

17 Carriagehill — salesman, Joseph Quin, house 11 Great 
Hamilton street 

Great Hamilton street — R. Tweedale — house 2 Orr street 

Butcher's shop — 38 Great Hamilton street — salesman, John 
Gilmour — house 2 Union street 

Butcher's Shop— 17 Carriagehill — salesman, James Semple^ 
28 Carriagehill 

Boot Shop — 36 Great Hamilton street — salesman, Wm. Hall 
— house 35 Great Hamilton street 

Bread Shop — 37 Great Hamilton street — saleswoman, Miss 
Wylie, 7 Mary street 

Bakery — 37 Great Hamilton st. — manager, John Harper, 2 
Union street 

Hardware — 38 Great Hamilton st. — saleswoman, Miss Watson 
— house 32 New street 

Office — 36 Great Hamilton street 

Secretary — Wm. Ritchie — house 17 Carriagehill 

Treasurer — John Anderson — house 17 Carriagehill 
Cormie, Christina, eating-house keeper, 14 Old Smithhills; house 

Corela cottage, Hawkhead road 
Cornelius, George, of Thom, Bryce, & Cornelius — ho. 1 Espedair 

Corporation Baths, 46 to 48 Storie street — James Ferguson, supt. 
Corporation Electricity Works, Blackball street — C. F. Parkinson,. 

Corporation Gas Office, Municipal buildings 
County Health Department — office County buildings, St. James st. 

— medical officer of health, A. Campbell Munro, M.B., D.Sc. 

— sanitary inspectors, Duncan M'Kinlay and Duncan Campbell 

— masters of works, Duncan M'Kinlay and James Murray 
County Police Office, County buildings. Love street 
Courtney, J., grocer, 69 Broomlands street — house 185 Kent road, 

Cowan, Archibald, of Cowan & Stewart — house 5 Wellmeadow 
Cowan, Arthur, assistant- inspector of poor, Parish Council offices 

— house 2 Kilnside road 


Cowan & Co., railway agents and carting contractors for North 
British Railway Company — office Canal Goods Station 
(Canal Line) 

Cowan, John, & Co., ironmonger, 3 Bank st. — ho. 11 Cochran st. 

Cowan, John, spirit merchant, 3 Love street — house Adelphi place, 
North street 

Cowan & Stewart, painters and decorators, 6 Wellmeadow and 17 
Ganze street 

Cowan, Mrs. Janet, furnishings, 6^ Christie street — house do. 

Cowden, John, weaver, 75 Canal street — house do. 

Cowden, Matthew, watchmaker and jeweller, 2 Gauze street 

Cowie, John, mill foreman, 3 Ferguslie buildings 

Craig, A. F,, & Co., Limited, engineers, ironfounders, boilermakers, 
mill-wrights, machine- makers, and spiral blade makers ; also, 
successors and sole makers of Morton's patent ejector- 
condensors, Caledonia Engine works, Macdowall street ; tele- 
phone No. 20 ; telegraphic address, " Craig," Paisley 

Craig, Alexander, joiner, 27 Back Sneddon — ho. 3 Albion st. 

Craig, Alex., jun., teacher Abercorn Public School— house 30 Oak- 
shaw street 

Craig, Allan, foreman at Gleufield starch wks. — ho. 27 Broomlands 

Craig, Archibald F., managing director of A. F. Craig & Co., Ltd. — 
house Belmont, Castlehead 

Craig, Daniel, newsagent and tobacconist, 10 Lawn st. — house do. 

Craig, David, & Son, fleshers, 24 Wellmeadow — house 1 Castle 

Craig, Robert, carting contractor, 6 Murray street — house 6 
Caledonia place 

Craig, David, of Craig & Wilson— house 1 Kelburne drive 

Craig, Mrs. Francis, fancy goods merchant, 7 Storie street 

Craig & Gardiner, coal merchants. Underwood Coal depot- 
telephone No. 69 

Craig, James, flesher, 26 Gauze street — house 4 do. 

Craig, James, foreman to R. Hay & Son, lithographers— house 11 
Clavering street. 

Craig, James G., clerk with J. & P. Coats Limited— house Bloom- 
field, Lounsdale road 

Craig, John, jun., draughtsman at James Boyd & Sons — house 35 
Glen street 

Craig, John, cowf eeder, 1 8 Great Hamilton street 

Craig, John, lithographer, 13 Argyle street 

Craig, Matthew, carting contractor, Murray street — house lA\ 
Mary street 

Craig & Wilson, joiners and builders, Ross street, BlackhaU 


Craig, Thomas, carting contractor, 5 Murray street — house Mo r 

lea, Greenock road 
Craig, William, assistant manager, Ferguslie Thread Works — - 

house 9 Ferguslie buildings 
Craig, William, spirit merchant, 17 Causeyside — house do. 
Craig, William, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Union street — house 

Hawk head road 
Craig, William, covvfeeder, 22 Well street; house do. 
Craig, Barbara, matron Gleniffer home, Meikleriggs 
Craig, Jeanie B., teacher, Camphill Public School — house 3 Albion 

Craig, Miss, milliner, 77 High street — house 17 Causeyside 
Craig, Mrs. Ann, confectioner, 52 Storie street 
Craig, Mrs. Archibald, 6 Gateside 
Craig, Miss Janet, fruiterer and confectioner, 69 Love street — ho. 

7 West Campbell street 
Craig, Mrs. R. F., Caversbank lodge, 48 Oakshaw street 
Craigielea Chemical Works (Richard Smith's Executors Ltd., 

chemical manufacturers), Clark street 
Craigsbank Laundry, Colinslee — W. & R. Baird, proprietors 
Cramb, James, wine and spirit merchant, 89 Causeyside 
Crawford, Alex. B., of P. & A. Crawford — house 2 Royal ter. 
Crawford, Gavin, bootmaker, 97 Fligh street — house Westbreak, 

Crawford, Gavin, writer and notary public, of D. S. Semple, 

Macnair & Crawford, writers, 16 Gilmour street — house 4 

Buchanan terrace 
Crawford, Kenneth Clark, clerk with Alexander M'Allister^ writer, 

— house Schoolhouse, Inchinuan 
Crawford, H., power-loom manufacturer, Abercorn weaving factory, 

Abercoru street — house, 1 Royal terrace 
Crawford, James, joiner, 4 Sir Michael street — house 9 Argyle 

Crawford, John, boot and shoe maker, 6 Greenhill road^house, 

23 Wellmeadow street 
Crawford, John, caretaker of Coats Memorial Church — house 30 

Oakshaw street 
Crawford, John, china merchant, 5 George st. — house 6 Warclrop 

Crawford, John, tobacconist, 71 Broomlands ; ho. 6 MaxAvellton st. 
Crawford, P. & A., wood turners, coachbuilders, and bowling green 

bowls manufacturers. Thistle works, 5 South Croft 
Crawford, Peter, of P. & A. Crawford — house 2 Royal terrace 
Crawford, R., at W. & A. Coats's, 68 Broomlands i ho. 1 Park terr. 



Crawford, William, at Adam Hamilton & Son, Ltd. — house D 

Crawford, William, greengrocer, 18 Williamsburgli — house 10 

Whitehaugh terrace 
Craw^ford, Mrs. Margaret, Caledonia dining rooms, 11 Caledonia 

street — ^liouse do. 
Crawford, Alice, assistant teacher, Oakshaw Public School; 

house 64 Love street 
Crawford, Elizabeth, teacher, North P. School, 25 St. James street 
Crawford, Elizabeth 0., china merchant, 16 Gilmour street 
Crawford, Jane, dressmaker, 9 Argyle street 
Crawford, Miss, Park place, Calside 
Crawford, Mrs. Mary, fruiterer and confectioner, 3 Broomlands ; 

house 23 Queen street 
Crawford, Mrs. John, 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Crawford, Mrs. Sarah, Bible woman, 12 Gauze street 
Cream Butter Co., 18 Sandholes 

Creedon, John, licensed grocer, 40 Wellmeadow — house 13 do. 
Creelman, John, florist, Marchfield, Inchinnan road 
Crerar, Dr. Donald, M.B.,C.M., assistant to T. H. Taylor, L.D.S., 

1 Gau^e street 
Crilley, Andrew, electrician, 23 Oakshaw street 
Crilley, David, F.E.I.S , teacher, Camphill Public School — house 

7 Well street 
Crimes, Frederick James, Dungoyne, Hawkhead road 
Croll, David W., chemist, 9 Broomlands — ho. 15 WellmeadoAv 
Crooks, Sydney, organist and music teacher, 25 Causeyside 
Cromar, Mrs., broker, 11 Storie street; house do. 
Crosbie, Miss Agnes, draper and dressmaker, 5 Wellmeadow — house 

7 Douglas street 
Cross (The) Clothing Co., clothiers, 104 High street 
Crowther, Harry, surveyor of taxes, Burgh and Renfrew County 

Assessor, 8 St. Mirren street ; house Fieldhurst, Crookston 
Crozier, William, minister of George Street Baptist Chapel ; house- 

3 Mansfield place 
Cruikshanks, Arthur, wine and spirit merchant, 63 Broomlands — 

house 78 Broomlands 
Cruickshanks, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 35 Moss street — ■ 

house 6 Middle lane 
Cryan, Daniel, postal clerk ; house 37 Wellmeadow street 
Cullen, John, teacher. West Public School — house 10 Nithsdale^ 

drive, Glasgow 
Cullen, J. R., assurance agent, Glasgow — house 28 Ferguslie 
Culloch, Hugh, confectioner, 21 Gauze street — house 6 Thread St. 



Gumming, Amelia, draper, 4 Old Smithhills 

Gumming, Finlay M., draughtsman at Campbell & C alder wood's— 

house 4 Old Smithhills 
Gumming, John, 17 Broomlands 
Gumming, John, baker, 28 Blackball street — house 2 New Stock 

Gumming, Robert, carting contractor, 22 Newton street 
Gumming, William, contractor, 22 Well street — house do. 
Gumming, Mrs. John, ^'2 Newton street 
Gumming, Mrs , dressmaker, 54 George street. 
Gummings, James, boot and shoemaker, 1 Cameron street 

house do. 
Cunningham, Alexander, grocer, 6 Barclay street ; house do. 
Cunningham, Alexander, teacher. South Public School — hous^ 

Bloomlield, Meikleriggs j 

Cunningham, Alexander Reid, teacher, East Public School ; housd 

Cunningham, Francis, confectioner, 7 Old Sneddon — house a| 

Back Sneddon 
Cunningham, H., confectioner, 41 George street — house do. 
Cunningham, James D., South park 
Cunningham, John, writer, of J. & A. Cunningham, 9 High street 

— house Sunnyside 
Cunningham, J. & A., writers, 9 High street 
Cunningham, Robert A., of M'Fadyen & Cunningham — house 

South park 
Cunningham, Misses, 3 Mansfield place 
Cunningham, Miss, 29 High street 
Cunningham, Misses, seminary. South park house 
Cunningham, Mrs. James, broker, 2 Neilston street— house 59 

Causeyside street 
Cunningham, Mrs. Daniel, Glenairlie, Glasgow road 
Cunningham, Mrs. Robert, South park house 
Curr, William, baker and purveyor, St. Mirren temperance hotel, 

6 Moss street; branches, 27 Gauze street and Sherwood 

buildings ; house 6 Moss street 
Currie, Adam and William, Firgrove, Castlehead 
Currie, John, Kilbarchan carrier, 91 Causeyside — ho. Steeple St., 

Currie, John, wholesale grocer, 10 Shuttle street — house Ashburne, 

Currie, Ronald Wavell, of David Houston & Currie — house, Oak 

Craig, Skelmorlie 
Currie, William, sculptor, 23 Broomlands — house do. — (see advt.) 


Currie, William, Paisley and Johnstone carrier — quarters 91 
Causejside and at E. O. Crawford's, 16 Gilmour street 

Currie, Jeanie G., teacher, Williarasburgh school, 3 Orr street 

Currie, Miss, confectioner, 21 Incle street ; house do. 

Currie, Mrs. Peter, The Villa, Glenfield 

Cutlibertson, Thomas, sub-manager to J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 14 
Thistle terrace 

" DAILY, The Record and Mail " Branch Otfice, 25 Moss street^ 

—agent, W. Cochran, jr. ; reporter, W. A. Paterson 
Dale, Mrs. Ellen, spirit merchant, 13 Dyers' wynd — house 1 

Greenlaw avenue 
Dalgarno, Alexander, draper, 79-80 Broomlands street — house 5 

Greenlaw avenue 
Dalgety, Rev. James Boath, minister. The Abbey, 1 Mansion house 

Dalgety, William B., teller. National Bank, Paisley — house 1 Man- 
sion house road 
Dalglish, John IL, manufacturer of hand-made nets, 30 Wil- 

Dalglish, Miss Bella, stationer, 69 Love street— ho. 64 do. 
Dallachy, James W., L.D.S., dental surgeon, 82 Hisjh street 
Dalziel, James G., banker and agent, Caledonian Insurance Com- ■; 

pany — house Dalveen, Hawkhead road 
Dand, David, draper, 53 High street 
Davidson, Alexander, slater and plasterer, 45 Broomlands street — 

house do. 
Davidson, Chas., architect and property valuator. Terrace buildings 

— house Calside house 
Davidson, D., draper, 20 Sandholes — house Newhall, Meikleriggs 
Davidson, Duncan, of Naismith & Scott; house 30 Oakshaw street 
Davidson, Francis, gardener, florist, and nurseryman, Carriagehill 

Nursery — house 46 Moss street (see advt ) 
Davidson, James, fruiterer, 53 Causeyside, telephone No. llrl — 

house 2 Bute place 
Davidson, John C, agent, Scottish Legal Society, 96 High street 

— house 2 Gordon place. King street 
Davidson, John, 11 GreenlaAv avenue 
Davidson, John, jun., fruiterer and florist, 13 St James place; 

house 11 Greenlaw avenue 
Davidson, Peter A., of Robert Eadie & Co. — house Inglefield, 

Glasgow road 
Davidson, Jeanie B. C, teacher, South School — house 46 Moss 




Davidson, Mrs., draper, 45 Broomlands — house do. 

Davidson, Wilhemina, West Public School — house 2 Gordon place 

Davie, Hugh, juu., clerk at Savings Bank ; house 7 Kerr street 

Davie, Catherine, grocer, 2 Lawn street — house 6 do. 

Davies, John, tobacconist and newsagent, 1 Spriugbank roajd and 68 

Love street ; house 1 Spriugbank road 
Davis, Alex., tobacco pipe maker, 30 Gauze street — house 1 

Whitehead street 
Day, James, chief clerk at post-ofRce — house 7 Whitehaugh terrace 
Dean, James, agent, Century Thermal Bath Cabinet, Ltd., 11 

M'Kerrell street 
Deans, James R., foreman, corporation gas meter shop, north end of 

Municipal buildings — house 6 Whitehaugh terrace 
Deans, eTohn, grocer, 31 Well street; house 7 Springbank road 
Deans, Wm., fishmonger and poulterer, 9 St. James place- — house 

19 Greenhill road 
Deans, Miss C., confectioner and fruiterer, 9 Ortihard street 
Deans, Miss Mary Ann, confectioner, 12 Gauze street ; house 6 

Phillips street 
Deaf and Dumb Mission Hall, 109 Causeyside 
Dennison, Mary, milliner, 1a Sherwood buildings, Glasgow road ; 

house 33 Secdhill road 
Denovan, William, saw maker, 32 High street 
Derry, William Edward, manager with Glasgow Tramway Co., 

Terrace Buildings — house 9 Phillips street 
Dewar, James M., at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Ltd. ; house Doon 

Brae, Mansionhouse road 
Dewar, Miss Annie, dressmaker, Newton av., Elderslie ; house do. 
Dick, A. S., grocer, 21 Wallace street; house 5 Incle street 
Dick, George, F.E.I.S., teacher. West Public School — house 26 

Dick, George, teacher Grammar School — house 77 Canal street 
Dick, John, grocer and provision merchant, 5 Incle st. ; house do. 
Dick, J., & Sons, boot and shoe manufacturers, 166 George street 

— house do. 
Dick, Peter, teller. Royal Bank of Scotland — ho. 1 Crossflat crescent 
Dick, R. & J., leather, rubber, and gutta percha boot, shoe, and 

slipper manufacturers, Liberal Club buildings, 90 High street 

(tele. No. 232) 
Dick, R. & J., manufacturers of "Dick's patent" gutta percha 

canvas and balata driving belts, and makers of all descriptions 

of gulta percha furnishings, horse shoe pads, cricket and golf 

balls, etc., etc.. Liberal Club Buildings, 90 High street 

(tele. No. 232^ 


Dick, Mrs., hardware and ironmongery, 16 George street — house 

18 Barclay street 
Dick, Mrs., confectioner, 17 George street; ho. 18 Barclay street 
Dickie, Dugald D., solicitor, Masonic buildings, 96 High street — 

house Woodlands, Bishopton 
Dickie, John, of Cochran & M'Gechan — house 10 Greenlaw avenue 
Dickie, Mary Janet, teacher, North Public school — house 9 

Whiteliaugh terrace 
Dickson, James, boot and shoe warehouse, 16 Moss street and 10 

Dickson, Thomas L., inspector of postmen and telegraph mes- 
sengers. Post Office — house 2 Crossflat crescent 
Dickson, William, agent for Royal Bank and insurance agent, 

Royal Bank house, St. Mirren street 
Dickson, Rev. William James, minister Congregational Church, 

School wynd — house Congregational manse, Glasgow road 
Dickson, George A., clerk to Fleming & Ferguson Ltd.; house 10 

New street 
Dickson, Maggie C, Ferguslie Public School ; house 87 Meadow 

Park street, Dennistoun 
Dillon, Joseph, proprietor Victoria lodging house, 3 New Sneddon 

street ; house do. 
Dobie, George, & Son, tobacco, snuff, and candle manufacturers, 

Greenhill works, 1 Clark street 
Dobie, George, of George Dobie & Son — ho. Edgemont, Castlehead 
Dobie, William F., of George Dobie & Son — house Dariel, 

Dobhie, William, shoemaker, 10 Gauze street — ho. 2 M'Kerrell st. 
Dobson, David, joiner, 27 Williamsburgh — house do. 
Dobson, William, masseur, 2 M'Kerrell street 
Docherty, John, 3 Incle street 
Docherty, Patrick, hairdresser, 66 Canal street 
Dock, James, commercial traveller to John Spence & Sons, ham- 

curers — house 28 Kilnside road 
Dolan, Mrs., confectioner, 11 Storie street; house do. 
Donald, Archibald, M.B., CM., M.R.C.S. Eng.. L.R.C.P. London, 

medical prxictitioner — consulting rooms 6 Gauze street — house 

5 Gauze street (tele. No. 216) 
Donald, A., church officer, Primitive Methodist Church; house 7 

St. James street 
Donald, Hugh Colligan, M.B., CM., F.R.C.S.E., surgeon— consult- 
ing rooms 6 Gauze street — house 5 Gauze street (tele. No. 216) 
Donald, James, architect, 99 High street — house Dunraven, Arkle- 

ston road 


Donald, Jas., of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — lio. The Knoll 
Donald, John, M.B , CM., B.Sc, D.P.H., medical practitioner, 

6 Gauze street; house 5 do. (tele. No. 216) 

Donald, Robert II., of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — house The 

Donald, William, of Hanna, Donald, & Wilson — house 56 Canal 

Donaldson, D., at M. Whitehill & Co.'s — house 2 Calside place 

Donaldson, John, of T. F. Eeid & Donaldson — house 2 Cross- 
flat crescent 

Donaldson, Samuel, 3 Buchanan terrace 

Donnelly, James, confectioner, 2 Brid<^e street; house 12 Saucel 

Donnelly, John Joseph, head master, St. Mirren li.C. School — house 
2 Townhead terrace 

Donnelly, Annie, confectioner, 21 Maxwellton street — house do. 

Donochy, Charles, with James Robertson & Sous, preserve manu- 
facturers ; house 40 Lang street, Kilnside road 

Dougald, R. O'May, agent, Refuge Assurance Company, Ltd. — 
house 1 Hannay street 

Dougall, Daniel, teacher, Camphill School — ho. 28 Well st. 

Dougall, Samuel, coal merchant, Coal depot. Underwood — house 
32 Calside 

Dougan, C, shoemaker, 36 Broomlands ; house 5 Calside place 

Douglas, A. M., tobacconist and hairdresser, 19 Moss street; house 

7 West brae 

Douglas, Robert, grocer, 50 Love street and St. Mary's terrace, 

Colinslee — house 48 Love street 
Douglas, Jeanie, confectioner, 109 Causeyside ; house 32 do. 
Doulton & Co. (Ltd.), sanitary engineers, bath makers, iron and brass 

fovmders, and metallic glass and porcelain enamellers, 

Hawkhead road 
Dow, James M., inspector of new buildings of First or Upper 

District of Renfrewshire, County buildings; ho. 35 G-len st. 
Dowall, John, colour maker, St. James Colour Works, Greeuhill 

road — house 8 Buchanan terrace 
Downie, George, saddler and harness maker, 6 New st. — house do. 
Downie, William, boot and shoemaker, 54 Storie street — house do. 
Downs, John, grocer and wine merchant, 23 Stock street — house 

22 Calside 
Downs, Elizabeth, manageress at Coats' Laundry, Nethercraigs 
Doyle, Mrs. Agnes, confectioner, 18 Lady lane; house do. 
Draper, Mrs., milliner, 2 Bridge street (Burgh) 
Dreghorn, Andrew, warper, 8 Union street 
Drennan, James, ironmonger, 46 Moss street — ho. Church place 


Drennan, James, copper-smith, and sheet -iron worker. 6 Old 
Sneddon — house 1 Caledonia street (see advt.), tele. No. 336 

Drennan, James, draper, 17 Moss street — house 11 Hillview place 

Drennan, John M., clerk at Robert Brown & Son Ltd.; house 40 

Drennan, William, at Young & Martin's — house Rosslyn, East 

Drew, D. B,, of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd. — house Hawthornden 

Drew, Jas. P., of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd. — house Hawthornden, Car- 
riagehill drive 

Drew, M. J., jun., of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd. — house Barnscroft^ 
Carriagehill drive 

Drew, J. P., jun., of M. Drew & Sous. Ltd. — house Glenarm 

Drew, M. & Sons, Ltd., curled hair manufacturers, Colinslee hair 

Drew, Robert, of M. Drew & Sons, Ltd.— ho. Colinslee Mansion house 

Drum, James, chiropodist, 23 Lady lane 

I)rummond, John, traveller to James Harvey & Coy., Ltd. ; house 
39 Minard road, Crossmyloof, Glasgow 

Drummond, Robert, road surveyor for the County Council of Ren- 
frewshire — house 2 Lylesland terrace 

Drummond, Robert, tramways manager — house 10 Incle street 

Drummond, Robert M., railway agent, Stoney brae station ; house 
10 Hamilton street 

Drybrough, James, of Walker, Drybrough, & Co. — house Arkleston 

Drysdale, David, flesher, 26 Causayside ; house 16 Johnstone street 

Drysdale, John, Old Toll, Renfrew road 

Duff & Miller, watchmakers, jewellers, and opticians, 20 High street 
(see advt.), telephone No. 155 

Duff, William, tobacconist, 25 George street — house do. 

Dutfie, James B., spirit merchant, 3 Silk street 

Duffy, Francis, shoemaker, 126 George street — house do. 

Duffy, Francis, jun., boot and shoemaker, 16 Storie street — house do 

Duffy, Mrs., dressmaker, 44 Gordon's lane 

Duggan, Rev. Denis, St. Mary's R.C. Chapel — house 73 George st 

Duguid, D. W., photographer, 25 Storie street; ho. 3 Unsted place. 

Dunbar, A., & Co., photographers, 26 Causeyside 

Dunbar, Andrew, of A. Dunbar & Co. — house Pembina, Bearsden 

Duncan, Andrew, Glasgow and Paisley carrier, cowfeeder and con- 
tractor, 28 Orchard street — house do. 

Duncan, Archibald, bowling green contractor and jobbing gardener, 
162 George street — house do. 

Duncan, James, watch and clock maker, jeweller, and optician, 9;' 
Hish street— house 9 His-h street 


Duncan, James, M.D. — medical hall, 28 Causeysicle ; house Church- 
hill house 
Duncan, Matthew, tailor and clothier, 2 West street 
Duncan, William, Dyers' wynd 
Duncan, William, grocer and provision merchant, 1 8 Laighpark — 

house do. 
Duncan, William, chief constable — house 1 Mansion house road - 

telephone No. 100 
Duncan, Miss, dressmaker. 3 Camphill place 
Duncanson, William, horse shoer and general jobbing smith, 34 

Gordon's lane — house 23 Canal st. 
Dundas, Porteous, hatter and hosier, 2 Forbes place and 19 Gauze 

street; house 10 Whitehaugh terrace 
Dunlop, James, shoemaker, 24 Wellmeadow — house 1 Castle street 
Dunlop, James, joiner and timber merchant, Abercorn Joiner 

works, 11 Incle street — house 3 Greenlaw terrace 
Dunlop, James, writer, with James Gardner — house Ardencraig^ 

Dunlop, James, mill foreman, Meikleriggs 
Dunlop, John Y., lecturer in building construction at Technical 

School ; house 13 Kilnside road 
Dunlop, John Y., joiner, 15 Wardrop street ; house 30 Causeyside 
Dunlop, Matthew S., measurer, 14 Moss street — house 3 Crossflat 

Dunlop, Robert, confectioner, 3 Neilston street ; house do. 
Dunlop, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 2 Broomlands — house 19 

Greenhill road 
Dunlop, Mary, confectioner, 6 Greenhill road ; house do. 
Dunn, A. G., harbour master, Carlile Quay — house 23 Moss street 
Dunn, A. M'F., engineer at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house Avalon^ 

Dunn, Andrew, Avalon, Meikleriggs 
Dunn, Jas. H., & Allison, writers and notaries public, Union 

Bank buildings, 3a Gilmour street 
Dunn, James Hamilton, writer, of Jas. H. Dunn & Allison — house 

The Mound, Castlehead 
Dunn, Sir William, Bart., M.P. for Paisley, banker and merchant^ 

of Wm. Dunn & Co., Broad Street avenue, London, E.Cr 

34 Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, Loudon, W., and The 

Retreat, Lakenheath, Suffolk 
Dunn, Mary S., teacher, Carbrook Street Public School -house 

Avalon, Meikleriggs 
Dunsmore, James, foreman at Glenfield Starch works — house Glen- 
field cottage, Castlehead 


Dunsmore, Henry, cartwright, Moss cottage, Greenock road 
Dutch, D. M., teacher of dancing, 8 Forbes place; ho. 10 Gilmour st. 
Dutch, Mrs., teacher of dancing, 8 Forbes place; ho. 10 Gilmour st. 
Dyer. Robert M., B.Sc, C.E., lecturer on naval architecture, 

Technical School ; house 8 Highburgh terrace, Dowanhill, 

Dykes, John, foreman plumber with Wallace, Connell, & Co. — ho. 

93 High street 

EADIE Brothers & Co., manufacturers of ring-travellers, &c., 

Victoria Works, Violet street, off Seedhill road 
Eadie, John Scott, of Eadie Bros. & Co. — house Scotscraig 
Eadie, John, engraver, 4 Moss street — house 13 Thistle terrace 
Eadie, Peter, of Eadie Bros. & Co.— house Wakefield villa, East 

Greenlaw, Glasgow road 
Eadie, Robert, & Co., ironmongers, 12 High street 
Eadie, Alexander, farmer. Little Crossford, Howwood 
Eadie, Mrs., grocer and confectioner. 21 Underwood road 
Eadie, Mrs. John, Kilmeny, Mansion house road 
Eaglesim, Archibald, chimney sweeper, 41 Ferguslie 
Eaglesim, Archibald, assistant sanitary inspector — ho. l4 Knox street 
Eaglesim, Mrs. Martha, fruiterer, 4 Broomlands ; ho. 71 Broomlands 
Earl, Mary, at W. & A. Coats ; house 1 Whitehead street 
Easdale, John, dairy, 17 Queen street; house do. 
Easdon, H., joiner, 10 Moss street — house 21 do. 
Easdon, William, flesher, 11 Gauze street; house 10 Cotton street 
Eas.^on, Robert, paper stock merchant, Glasgow — house Ythau 

Bank, Hawkhead road 
Eastoii, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 30 Kilnside road — 

house do. 
Easton, John, organist. South Parish Church ; house 35 Gt. 

Hamilton street 
Easton, William, flesher, 60 Back Sneddon street 
Eccles, Alexander, Session clerk. Martyrs' Parish Church, 80 

Eccles, George, gardener, 7 Rosebery place 
Economic Building Societies, 109 High street, AVinning & Fulton, 

Edes, Frederick J. Adamson, clergyman of St. Barnabas Episcopal 

Church ; house Camphill 
Edmiston, Allan, wine and spirit merchant, 72 Broomlands ; house 

East lane 
• Edmiston, Mrs. Mary, teacher, Oakshaw Public School ; house 50 

Ann street, Greenock 


Edmonds, H. S., wlue and spirit merchant, " Auld Toll," 2 Garth- 
land street — house Mossfield, Greenock road 

Edmonds, Robert, agent. National Bank of Scotland Limited 
(Anderston branch, Glasgow) — house Mossfield, Greenock road 

Edmonds, William, Mossfield villa, Greenock road 

Eglin John, boot and shoemaker, 1 Cotton street 

Elder, Rev. Andrew, minister of George street U.F. Church, The 
Grange, Meikleriggs 

Elder, Mrs. Elizabeth, 5 Whitehaugh terrace 

Edwin, Paul, at the Paisley Lace Llouse, 93 High street ; house 
45 High street 

Elliot, Andrew, plumber, tinsmith, and gasfitter. Ill Causeyside — ■ 
house Dunvorleigh, Arkleston road 

Emraerson, Mrs. Agnes, china and hardware merchant, 2 Cotton 
street — house 6 Silk street 

English, John, gardener, Ralston 

Erroch, John, clerk at Greenlaw Goods Station — house 3 Maxwell st. 

Erskine, Andrew, Nethercommon cottage 

Erskine, Andrew, jun., at Town Chamberlain's Office — ho. Nether- 
common cottage 

Erskine, Dr. James, M.A., aural surgeon, 351 Bath street, Glasgow 
— hours 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily — telephone 2162 Corporation 

Erskine, Robert, teacher. Grammar school — ho. Nethercommon cot. 

Erskine, Mrs., fancy goods and needlew^ork, 42 High street — house 
39 Well street 

Erskine, Maggie, teacher, Williamsburgh school — house Nether- 

common cottage 

Esdaile, W. S., & Co., milliners and mantle makers, 93 High street 

— house Laurel Bank, Carriagehill 
Evans, Henry, goods manager, Glasgow & South- Western Railway, 

Glasgow — ho. Thornly park 
Evening and Weekly Citizen (Glasgow) — office 8 Gilraonr street — 

reporter and agent, William R. Carter — house 1 Walker street 
Evening News (Glasgow) office, 16 Moss street — reporter and agent, 

William Peden — house 10 St Mirren street 
Evening Times (Glasgow) — office 3 County place — reporter and 

representative, Albert S. Skinnider ; agent, C. J. Gregg ; 

telephone No. 161 
Ewing, John, manager. Refuse Destructor ; ho. 8 St. James place 
Ewing, Stewart, joiner, 20 Lawn street — house 3 Hamilton street 
Ewing, T. A., pianoforte warehouse, 39 High street 
Ewing, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 60 Causeyside street 

— house 61 do. 
Eye (Royal Victoria) Infirmary, Mansion-house road 


FAIRLIE, Archibald, C.T., F.E.I.S., head master North Public 

School — house Endrickdale, Meikleriggs 
Fairlie, Alexander, contractor and wood merchant, 8 Castle street , 

— house 9 do. 
Fairlie, David, spirit merchant, 9 Moss street 
Fairlie, Robert, jun., cashier at Robert Brown & Son Ltd.; house 

3 Walker street 
Fairlie, Miss M., confectioner, 8 Castle street 
Faith Mission, Adelphi Hall, Cart Lane 
Falconer, Alexander, clerk with J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 5 

Gladstone terrace 
Falconer, John, clerk, 34 Kilnside road 
Falconer, Mrs. A., ladies' nurse, 49 Broomlands 
Farmer, Robert, confectioner, 6 Clark street — house do. 
Farquhar, James M., joiner, 6 Phillips street 
Farr & Co., lithographers and stationers, 4 and 5 Forbes place 
Farr, Henry, of Farr & Co. — house Alameda, Bridge of Weir 
Farr, Thomas W., cashier to Isdale & M'Callum — ho. Bridge of Weir 
Faulds, Alexander, foreman to David Cars well & Son — house 14 

Argyle street 
Faulds, G-. T., surgeon dentist, 23 High street ; house do. 
Faulkner, B. G., ornamental and letter engraver, 10 St- James st. 
Fella, Stephen, ice cream merchant, 88 Causeyside; ho. 1 St. James st. 
Female Refuge, Victoria place, Lady lane — Miss Blue, matron 
Fenton, Louis Henry, F.S.Sc, artificial teeth maker, 41 Wellmeadow; 

house do. ('see advt.) 
Fenino, Felix, hair-dresser and perfumer^ 23 School wynd — house 

Accasia cottage, Greenock road 
Fergus, Thomas L., janitor, Technical School; ho. 14 Argyle street 
Ferguslie Kitchen, East lane — Mrs. M'Luskie, caretaker 
Ferguslie Reading Room, 2 Ferguslie walk — open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 
Ferguson, Daniel, M.A., teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 

Fereneze View, Mary street 
Ferguson, David, slater, 33 Back Sneddon, and keeper of Thomas 

Muir Memorial Hall, 6 North street 
Ferguson, D., & Sons, coal merchants, Potterhill depot and Barrhead 
Ferguson, James, grocer, 24 New street — house Potterhill 
Ferguson, James, superintendent at Baths — house 48 Storie st. 
Ferguson, James A., factor for Elderslie estate, Deanside, Renfrew 

— office 109 High street 
Ferguson, James G., at Ketchen & Carnduff, 17 High street ; house 

1 Blackball buildings 
Ferguson, James T., 30 Cotton street 
Ferguson, John, stationer and tobacconist, 64 Broomlands — ho. do. 


Ferguson, jun., John, secy. Paisley and District Christian Endeavour 

Union ; house 26 Well street 
Ferguson, John A., of Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, and The Gleniffer 

Soap Company — ho. Kilmeney,Kirklee rd., Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Ferguson, John, of D. Ferguson & Sons — house Gordonleigh, 

Ferguson, John, pawnbroker, and dealer in watches and jewellery, 

35 High street and 90 Canal street — house 30 Oakshaw 
Ferguson, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant, 30 Cotton street — • 

house do. 
Ferguson, Joshua, M.A., M.B., CM., 4 Greenlaw terrace 
Ferguson, Norman, glazier, painter, and glass merchant, 19 Storie 

street and 90 George street — house 19 Storie street 
Ferguson, Peter, dairyman, 80 Canal street 
Ferguson, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 6 Wallace street ; house 

1 Newhall terrace, Glenfield 
Ferguson, Robert, head-master Ferguslie Public School — ho. South 

Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, soap and candle manufacturers, and oil 

and lard refiners — soap works, Blackball ; office and oil and 

lard works, 130-136 Bishop street, Port Dundas, Glasgow 
Ferguson, Thomas, grocer and provision merchant, 81 Broomlands 

— house 82 do. 
Ferguson, AVilliam, clerk, Greenlaw goods station — house 8 

Whitehaugh terrace 
Ferguson, William, grocer, 42 Moss street — house 1 George place 
Ferguson, William, fruiterer, 56 George st. ; ho. Braidland gardens 
Ferguson, William, boot and shoemaker, 16 Kilnside road — house 

15 Lang Street 

Ferguson, Barbara, teacher, Camphill School — ho. Rock cottage, 

Mill street 
Ferguson, Mrs. Martha, confectioner, 15 Kilnside road — house 15 

Johnston street 
Fernie, Archibald, painter and paper hanger, 48 Old Sneddon 

— house 7 Love street 
Fernie, Archibald, draper, 59 George street 
Fernie, Elizabeth, tobacconist, Branch Post Office, 77 Causeyside 

house 7 Love street 
Fernie, Maggie C, teacher, Mossvale Public School — ho. 7 Love st. 
Fernie, Mrs., confectioner and stationer, 108 George street — house 

19 AValker street 
Ferri, C, ice cream and fish restaurant, 5 and 8 Old Smithhills and 

16 Causeyside ; house 27 Old Sneddon 
Ferrie, A., fishmonger, 72 Broomlands 


Ferrie, Andrew, licensed grocer, 136 George street — house 17 

Argyle street 
Ferris, James, cliurcli officer, Thread Street U.F. Church — house 

8 Thread street 
Ferris, Robert, sergeant of police — house 40 Kilnside road 
Filshill, James W., wholesale confectioner and biscuit agent, 6 

Macdowall street 
Findlay, David, potato merchant, 2 George place — house 1 do. 
Findlay, Edward, tailor and clothier, 6 Clavering street 
Findlay, Miss Mary, tobaccon'st and stationer, 2 Well street ; house 

39 do. 
Findlay, Peter, tobacconist and stationer, 12 Old Sneddon, 7 South 

Croft and 12 Mess street — house 1 Crossflat terrace 
Findlay, Peter M., of Geo. Robertson & Sons— ho. 30 Seedhill road 
Finlay, William, clerk, 13 Douglas street 
Findlay, Mary, confectioner, 15 Mossvale street — house do. 
Finlator, W^illiam Rankin, writer, 19 High st. — house The Cotta^e^ 

North Greeiihill 
Finlator, Miss J. D., masseuse, 4 Park terrace ; house do. 
Finlayson, Alexander, carting contractor, Carriagehill house 
Finlayson, James, grain merchant, Carriagehill — house Carriagehill 

Finlayson, Mrs. Wm., grocer, 6 Smith street 
Finn, Miss Julia, dressmaker, 22 High street 
Finn, Miss, matron, Paisley Poorhouse and Asylum 
Finnic, James, teacher. West Public School — house 5 Hannay st. 
Firelight factory (Poor Association), 1 Mackean street — Thomas 

Alexander, manager; ho. 27 Caledonia street 
Fisher, Andrew, jun., of Fisher & Co. — house 81 New Sneddon 
Fisher & Co., engineers, St. Mirren Engine works, Macdowall street 
Fisher, George, of Fisher & Co. — house Denewood, Greenock road 
Fisher, George, manufacturers' agent, 86 Wilson street, Glasgow — . 

house 4 Mansfield place 
Fisher, George, jun., clerk, Denewood, Greenock road 
Fisher, Miss, 81 New Sneddon 
Fisher, Miss, confectioner, 53 George street 
Fitch, John, barber, 11 Old Sneddon — house do. 
Fitzpatrick, John, butcher, 2 Lawn street ; house 43 Mill street 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs., dress and mantlemaker, 1 Well street 
Flannigan, Mrs. M., grocer, 21 Seedhill road 
Fleck, Miss, dressmaker, 46 Broomlands — house Lounsdale Farm 
Fleming, Rev. Andrew G., minister of the U.F. Church, Thread 

street — house Gowanlea, Castlehead 
Fleming, Mary, flesher, 29 George street 


Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., engineers, Phoenix Works, shipbuilders, 

Merks worth, Inch in nan road 
Fleming, J. & J., tailors and clothiers, 57 George street ; house 

Crosslea, Greenock road 
Fleming, James, plumber and gasfitter, SJ North Bridge street — - 

house do. 
Fleming, Reid, & Co., Ltd., yarn merchants, Greenock — branch 10 

St. Mirren street 
Fleming, W. Y., of Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — house Elmhurst^ 

Fleming, William, Fulwood, by Linwood 
Fletcher, Mrs. Hugh, feuar, 5 A¥ardrop street 
Fleming, Mrs., confectioner and tobacconist, 9 Johnston street — 

house do. 
Flett, John, church officer, U.F. South Church — ho. 3 Thomas st. 
Flockhart, William, under manager, 5 Douglas terrace 
Fontana, Giuseppe, restaurateur, 13 Old Smithhills, — house do. 
Food Extract Co., The, 4 MacDowall street 
Forbes, John, C.T., South School ; house 2 Lylesland terrace 
Forbes, William, tobacconist and newsagent, 69 Causeyside street 

— house 9 Sandholes 
Forbes, Mrs., matron. Coats' Girls' Club, 15 Ferguslie 
Forbes, Peter, salesman. Equitable Co-op. Society, Ltd. — house 9^ 

Neilston street 
Ford, Ben, commercial traveller — house 32 Allison place 
Forrest, Francis, life assurance agent, 2 Westmarch 
Forrest, James A., of Wm. Forrest & Son — ho. 35 Whitehill street^ 

Forrest, William, of William Forrest & Son — house Burnbank 

Forrest, William, & Son, chemical manure manufacturers. Burn- 
bank, Chain road j telephone No. 178; telegrams, " Forrest^ 

Paisley " 
Forrester, William, hatter and hosier, 23 High street and 1 Broom- 
lands — house 22 Glenview terrace 
Forsyth, Alexander, & Son, plumbers, 46 Broomlands — house do.;. 

tel. No., 346 (see advt.) 
Forsyth, George, shoemaker, 2 Lady lane 
Forsyth, James, warehouseman at Anchor Mills ; house Lilybank, 

Whitehaugh drive 
Forsyth, John, restaurateur, 12 Newton street — house 13 do. 
Forsyth, John, of A. Forsyth & Son ; house Newton villa, Elderslie 
Fortune, David, secretary Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society — 

head office, Wilson street, Glasgow 


Foster, James, of Fullarton. Hodajart, & Barclay (Limited) — house 

42 Herriet street, Pollokshields 
Foster, R. D., manager, Joseph Hepworth & Son Ltd. ; house 9 

Orr street 
Foulds, Andrew, & Son, Ltd., wholesale and retail wine and spirit 

merchants, 4 and 5 Abbey street 
Foulds, Andrew, & Son, Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, 23 Storie 

Foulds, Robert, at Andw. Foulds & Son, Ltd., 5 Abbey street— - 

house Arkleston villa, Arkleston road i 

Foulds, Roger, wine and spirit merchant, 27 Causeyside — house 24 

George street 
Foulds, William & Co. (Limited), distillers, and Scotch whisky mer- 
chants — distillery Glenfyne, Ardrishaig — office School wynd 
Fountain Gardens, Love street — superintendent, Alex. Carnochan 
Fowler, Wm., at J. & F. Coats Ltd. — house 18 Thistle terrace 
Fraser, Alex., chemist and druggist, 100 Hish street and Sherwood 

buildings, Glasgow rd. ; tel. No., 30 ; ho. Drumossie cottage, 

Hawkhead road 
Fraser, Donald, M.D., F.F.P.S. (Glasgow), 3 Orr square 
Fraser, George, police constable — house 16 High street 
Fraser, W. J.^ manager Faterson, Sons, & Co.— ho. Auchenskeoch, 

Whitehaugh drive 
Fraser, Wm. B., accountant at the Commercial Bank of Scotland, 

west- end branch ; house 4 Lylesland terrace 
jFraser, William, furniture dealer, 22 Lawn street; house 11 

Abercorn street 
Fraser, M. & H., dress and mantlemakers, 6 Wellmeadow — house 

19 Sandholes 
Free Breakfast Mission hall, 109 Causeyside 
JFree Library, High street — librarian, J. G. Renfrew — house 18 

Storie street 
Free Museum and Picture gallery, High street — curator, J. M. B. 

Taylor (see appendix) 
F^-eebairn, Thomas, Riccartsbar lodge 

Freebairn, Miss Martha, dress and mantle maker, 49 High street- 
house do. 
Trench, Edward, demonstrator in Chemistry at Technical School ; 

1055 PoUokshaws road, Shawlauds '. 
French, Mrs., dressmaker, 32 Cotton street 
Frew, Robert, correspondence clerk Canal station — house 24 Alice 

JFrondigoun, Edward, boot and shoemaker, 58 Causeyside and 23 

Carriagehill ; house 23 Neilston road 


Fullerton, Alexander, of Fiillerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited) 
— house Fordbank, Millikenpark 

Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited), engineers, ironfounders, 
boilermakers, millwrights, and machine makers, " Vulcan 
Foundry and Engine works," Renfrew road (telegraphic ad- 
dress, " Vulcan, Paisley ;" telephone No. 63) 

Fullerton, James, of John Fullerton & Co., Abbotsburn house, 
Inchinnan road 

Fullerton, John, & Co., iron shipbuilders, Merksworth shipbuild- 
ing yard, Inchinnan road 

Fullerton, John, of John Fullerton & Co. — house 1 Garthland place 

Fulton, Alfred D., yarn merchant, Glasgow — house Altonfoot, 
Hawkhead road 

Fulton, C, & Co., coal merchants, 12 Hunter street 

Fulton, Charles, Strathblane, Meikleriggs 

Fulton, David, tailor and clothier, 54 Causeyside — ho. Effie cottage, 
Cross roads, Meikleriggs 

Fulton, James, grocer, 11 Gt. Hamilton st. — ho. 11 Clavering st. 

Fulton, James, The Glen 

Fulton, John, 52 Broomlands 

Fulton, John, jun., at Smith & Sons' Shipping Office, Glasgow — 
house 52 Broomlands 

Fulton, Joseph, of William Fulton & Sons Ltd. — house The Glen 

Fulton, T. Crichton, consulting electrical engineer, 12 Abbey street 

Fulton, William, of Winning & Fulton — house Gleniffer View, 

Fulton, Wm , dairy, 29 Canal street — house do. 

Fulton, William, & Sons (Limited), scourers, dyers and finishers, 
Glenfield — parcels left with James Caldwell, Cumberland 
court, Causeyside 

Fulton, Wm., tobacconist and newsagent, 6 Silk street ; house 11 
Clarence street 

Fulton, Maggie, C.T., Oakshaw Public School ; ho. 3 Townhead ter. 

Fyfe, R. C, wine and spirit merchant, 21 Moss street 

Fyfe, Miss Janet, bookseller and stationer, 82 Broomlands — house 
3 Park terrace. Underwood 

Fyfe, William, of M'Kellar & Fyfe — house 3 Park terrace 

OAFFNE Y.Patrick, assistant superintendent Prudential Assurance 

Company, Ltd., 1 Alexandra place 
Galbreath Brothers, chemists and druggists, 92 Causeyside 
Galbraith, Charles, wine and spirit merchant, 64 George street and 

19 Maxwell^on street — house Marsilla, Craw road 
Galbraith, John, feuar, Rockfield cottage, Potterhill 



Galbraith Stores, wholesale grocers, offices and store — 24 Back 
Sneddon ; branches — 18 and 22 Sandholes, 25 Gauze street^ 
28 Canseyside, 14 Broomlands street, 14 Kibiside road, 51 
Broomlands, 31 Carriagehill, 30 Canal st., 60 Back Sneddon, | 
and 34 Caledonia street 

Galbraith, William, of Galbraith & Co. — hous^ Muirston, Hawk 
head road 

Galbraith, Peter, confectioner, 20 Great Hamilton street 

Galbreath, Robert B., of Galbreath Brothers, 98 Canseyside 

Galbreath, Miss, 32 Oakshaw street 

Galletly, David, clothier, 5 Canseyside — ho. 10 Greenlaw avenne 

Galletly, George, engineer and cycle maker 108 Canseyside — 
house do. 

Galletly, James, church officer of Lylesland U.F. Church — house 2 
South Orr street 

Gait, James, manager at Paisley Foundry, Abbotsinch — house 
Helena villa, Greenock road 

Gait, John, & Son, brickmakers and builders — brickworks Nether- 

Gait, Robert, of John Gait & Son — house Tarradale, Blackball 

Gait, Thomas, of Henry & Gait — house 61 Back Sneddon 

Gait, William, of Henry & Gait -house 4 M'Kerrell street 

Ganson, George A., tailor and clothier, 33 Gauze street; house 40 
Caledonia street 

Gardiner, Alexander, agent for the Lancashire Insurance Co. — 
house Altonvar, Glasgow road 

Gardiner, Alex., jun., of Craig & Gardiner — house Altonvar,. 
Glasgow road 

Gardner, Alexander, printer, bookseller, publisher, &c., 7 Gilmour 
street — house Dunrod, Castlehead 

Gardner, David, M.B., CM., consulting-rooms, Gilmour street — 
house Garthland house 

Gardiner, George G., teacher, Carbrook Street School, and lecturer 
on chemistry. Technical School ; house 5 Townhead terrace 

Gardner, James, writer and notary public, secretary, treasurer, and 
law agent to the Peter Brough Bequest Fund ; secretary, trea- 
surer, and law agent to the Governors of the Paisley^ 
Educational Trust ; secretary and treasurer to Paisley Techni- 
cal School ; and hon. -secretary to the Philosophical Institution,. 
3 County place — house Clunie 

Gardner, James, British Workman Public house, 20 Wellmeadow 
— house do. # 

Gardner, James, painter and decorator, 1 Wallneuk — house 15-y 
Gauze street ' 


Gardner, James, farmer, South Hillington, off Glasgow road 
Gardner, Robert, collector of accounts, Town Chamberlain's Office 

house 5 Arthur street 
Gardner, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 11 Williamsburgh — 

house 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Gardner, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 16 Old Sneddon; house 1 

Blacklaw lane 
Gardner, William, & Co. Ltd., Holm laundry, Barterholm (see advt.) 
Gardner, William, of William Gardner & Co. Ltd., The Elms, 

Gardner, Wm., grocer and spirit merchant, 5 Moncrieff street — 

house 48 Love street 
Gardiner, Miss Jessie, stationer and tobacconist, 74 Broomlands st.; 

house 5 Townhead terrace 
Garrott, John, blacksmith, 51 High street — house 34 Lady lane 
Garven, John, boot and shoemaker, 12 Old SmithhiUs — ho. 1 East 

Garven, Miss, fruiterer and confectioner, 1 East Croft — house do. 
Gebbie, William Burns, janitor and drill instructor, Mossvale Public 

School ; house 2 Russell street 
Geddes, Robert, bill and circular deliverer, 3 Middle lane 
Gemmell, Andrew, joiner, 2 Brown street — house do. 
Gemmell, Andiew, cowfeeder, 13 Cotton street 
Gemmell, A. C, clerk at Speirs, Gibb, & Co. — ho. 13 Douglas st. 
Gemmell, James, feuar, 14 Sandholes 
Gemmell, John, chairman of Co-operative Manufacturing Society 

Ltd ; house 5 Phillips street 
Gemmell, John, refreshment rooms, 8 St. James place; house 13 

Maxwell street 
Gemmill, Malcolm, watchmaker and jeweller, 5 Wellmeadow — 

house 12 Townhead terrace 
Gemmell, Matthew, wine and spirit merchant, 14 Broomlands — 

house 10 do. 
Gemmell, Robert, grocer, 75 Broomlands; house 11 Douglas street 
Gemmell, Janet, teacher, South Public School — house 5 Greenlaw 

Gemmell, Miss Christina, pawnbroker, 106 George street; house 

14 Sandholes 
General Plate Glass Insurance Company — district managers, R. 

Lauchlan & Sons, 13 Moss street 
Gentles, Rev. Thomas, D.D., First Charge Abbey Church, 

Abbey manse, Glasgow road 
George, Adam, coppersmith and tinsmith, 13^ Abbey street ; house 

22 Kilnside road 


George, Adam, jun., copper aud tinsmith, steam and gasfitter, 

Marshall's lane : house 37 Gt. Hamilton street 
George A. Clark Town Hall (entrance by Old Smithhills and 

Abbey close) — James B. Watson, curator 
George Temperance Hotel, 2 Old Smithhills, M. Jamison, 

Gibb, George Y., family grocer, 25 Argyle street — house 21 

Argyle street 
Gibb, John, & Son, drapers, 26 High street — ho. Holmscraig,Calside 
Gibb, Matthew, cowfeeder and contractor, Stirling street 
Gibb, William F., M.D., CM., 7 St. James place — house do., tele. 

No. 281 
Gibb, James R., draper, 26 High st.— ho. Holmscraig, Calside av. 
Gibson, Archibald, architect, 12 St. Mirren st. ; ho. George ^lace 
Gibson, Alexander, butcher, 15 Old Sneddon street — house 3 Kerr 

Gibson, Alexander, 8 Townhead terrace 
Gibson, Andrew, & Son, pastry bakers, restaurateurs, and purveyors, 

98 High street; telephone No. 223 (see advt.) 
Gibson, A^idrew, of Andrew Gibson & Son — house Ellenlea, 

Glasgow road 
Gibson, David, boot and shoe manufacturer, 100 Causeyside — ^ho. 

George place 
Gibson, George, assistant School Board inspector, 5 County place — 

house 31 St. James street 
Gibson, James, at Adam Hamilton & Sons Ltd., 4 Mary street 
Gibson, James, grocer and provision merchant, 35 Causeyside ; ho. 

18 Moss street 
Gibson, John Robert, M.D., D.P.H., F.F.P.S. Glasgow, consulting 

room, 23 Broomlatids street — house 6 W^ellraeadow 
Gibson, J. H., tailor and clothier, 43 Old Sneddon — house 18 Moss 

Gibson, John, teacher, Camphill School ; house 7 New Stock street 
Gibson, John, George place house 
Gibson, John, of Andrew Gibson & Son, 98 High street — house 13 

Greenlaw avenue 
Gibson, Johnstone, cycle maker and repairer, 54 Broomlands ; 

house 13 Espedair 
Gibson & Reid, art dyers, French cleaneJ-s, and carpet beaters, the 

Paisley dye works, Cyril street, off Lacy street — receiving office 

32 High street; tele. No. 220 (see advt.) 
Gibson, William, at Clark & Co. Ltd. — house 9 Crossflat crescent 
Gibson, William K., of Gibson & Reid — house Woodburn, 

Arkleston road 


Gibson, William, tailor and clothier, 24 Lady lane 
Gibson & Wylie, painters and decorators, 24 Gauze street 
Gibson, Florence R., teacher, Williamsburgh School; ho. Wood- 
burn, Arkleston road 
Gibson, Mrs., grocer, china merchant, and ironmonger, 2 Johnston 

street ; house 40 Gordon's lane 
Gibson, Mrs., 1 Mansion-house road , 

Gibson, Mrs. W. H., teacher of music, 9 Townhead terrace 
Giffen, Elizabeth Rose C, teacher, Mossvale School — house 11 

Walker street 
Gilchrist, John, of Clark & Co., Ltd. — house Woodside, Cove 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Robert, draper, 5 Moss street — house 12 Townhead 

Gillan, William, teacher Neilson Institution — ho. 9 Gateslde 
Gillespie, Donald, grocer and provision merchant, 15 Moss street 

— house 5 Underwood road 
Gillespie, John, valuator, F.S.I., 16 New Sneddon 
Gillespie, John, of William Gillespie & Son — house Blackball park 
Gillespie, William, dairy, Alton, Glasgow road 
Gillespie, William, & Son, slaters, slate and cement merchants, 16 

New Sneddon, telephone No. 122, house telephone 122a 
Gillies, Malcolm, church ofificer, Gaelic Church, Shuttle street ; ho. 

31 Seedhill road 
Gilmour, Allan, bakers, 144 George street — house do. 
Gilmour, Andrew, eerated water manufacturer, Weir street — house 

The Vine, Mansion-house road 
Gilmour, Duncan, watchmaker and jeweller, 28 Old Sneddon street 

— house 8 Clarence street 
Gilmour, George, aerated water manufacturer. Weir street — house 

7 Greenlaw avenue 
Gilmour, Hugh B., of Gilmour & Co., drysalters, 17 Oswald street,. 

Glasgow — house 1 Mansion house road 
Gilmour, James, carting contractor, 1 Cameron street 
Gilmour, James, grocer and provision merchant, 67 Causeyside — ■ 

house Braemar, Potterhill 
Gilmour, James, commission agent, 1 Mansion house road 
Gilmour, John, aerated w^ater manufacturer. Weir street and North 

Croft — house Blackball (see advt.) 
Gilmour Street Railway Station, County place — Stewart M'Cowatt, 

stationmaster, and agent for the Railway Passengers' Assurance 

Co. — house 1 Underwood road 
Gilmour, Thomas, butcher, 11^ New Smithhills street — house do. 
Gilmour, William, confectioner, 7 Castle street; house do. 
Gilmour, Mrs., confectioner, 29 New street ; ho. 7 New Stock st. 


Gilmonr, Mrs. James, farmer, Fulbar 

Giltrap, Hemy, waiter, 13 Cochrau street 

Girdwood, R,, wright, 28 Broomlauds — house 27 Broomlands 

Girdwood, Mary, teacher, Williamsburgh school— ho. 27 Broomlands 

Giusti, M., confectioner, 10 Orchard street; house 17 Neilstou road 

Glassford, John, & Son, cartwrights, 36 Mill street; house 43 do. 

Glasgow, Charles & Co.,coachbuilders, painters, decorators of halls, 
&c. — works 22 New Smithhills — house Christie street 

^' Glasgow Citizen" (Evening and Weekly) Office, 8 Gilmour street — 
W. R. Carter, reporter and agent — house 1 Walker street 

"Glasgow Evening News" Branch office, 16 Moss street — agent 
and reporter, William Peden — house 10 St. Mirren street 

Glasgow & Govan Boot Repairing Co., boot and shoemakers, 
11 Gauze street, 8 Broomlands, 9 Old Sneddon, 151 George 
street, 16 Neilston road, 28 Causeyside, and 26 Williams- 
burgh — manager, Thompson Totton 

" Glasgow Herald " (Daily and Weekly) and "Evening Times" 
Branch office, 3 County place — reporter and representative, 
Albert S. Skinnider; agent, G Jago Gregg; telephone No. 161 

Glasgow, James, of Campbell & Calderwood — house Fernlea, 
Greenock road 

Glasgow (The) Tramway & Omnibus Co. (Ltd.), cab and carriage 
hirers and funeral undertakers, Terrace buildings (Telephone 
No. 260) ; Station buildings, County place ; 1 New Smithhills 

" Glasgow W^eekly Mail " branch office, 4 County place — J. 
Waddell, representative 

Glassford, J. E., hatter and hosier, 98 Causeyside — house 163 
George street 

Gleghorn, Andrew, horse shoer and general smith, 2 New Smith- 
hills — ho. 12 Abercorn street 

Glen, Allan, sen., tailor and clothier, 6 George street 

Glen, Allan, tailor and clothier, 13 Walker street 

Glen, Allan, jun., traveller to Brown & Poison — house Sherwood 
buildings, 1a Clarence street 

Glen, David, assistant manager at Brown & Poison's — house 8 

Glen, James, draper, 9 Broomlands — house 80 do. 

Glen, Thomas, flesher, 36 Broomlands — house West brae 

Glen, Agnes, fishmonger, 34 Gauze street — house 6 George street 

Glen, Mrs. R., confectioner and tobacconist, 31 Causeyside — house 
33 do. 

Glencross, A., furnishings, 9 Lady lane 

Glenfield Starch works, Maxwellton 


Glendening, R. E., minister of Victoria Place Baptist Oliurch 

house 8 Greenlaw avenue 
Gleniffer Laundry, Lylesland — A. Bell & Sons. Ltd., proprietors — 

orders for vans to call, received at 6 Gilmour st. ; 47 Causey- 
side ; or at the Laundry. Telephone No. 126. (See advt.) 
Gleniffer Soap Co., soap manufacturers, Gleniffer Soap works, 

Lonend — Glasgow office 130-136 Bishop street, Port Dundas ; 

telephone No. 54 
Globe Hotel, 92 High street — George Quinn, proprietor 
G-lover, John, of Glover & Hardie — house 7 Buchanan ter. 
Glover, Thomas, printer and stationer, 11 Moss street (opposite 

County square) — house 3 Buchanan terrace 
Glover & Hardie, manufacturers and warehousemen, 109 Causeyside 
Glover, William, plumber, tinsmith, and ironmonger, 42 New 

street — house 57 Canal street 
Glover, M. & M., milliners, 44 Moss st. — house 7 Buchanan terrace 
Gold, Mrs., grocer, 14 Storie street — house do. 
Goldie, John, tailor and clothier, 83 High street 
Crood Templar Hall, entrance by Dyers' Avynd and Terrace — 

keeper, Thomas Kirkpatrick, 2 St. James street (see advt.) 
Goodwin, Bella, dress and mantle-maker, 6 Whitehead street 
Gorrod, James G., with J. & P. Coats Ltd. — ho. 1 Whitehaugh drive 
Gorse, R. C, foreman to Isdale &M'Callura — ho. 10 Hill view place 
Goudie, Alexander, burgh officer, dean of guild court officer, and 

caretaker, Municipal buildings — house do. 
Goudie, Humphrey, carriage hirer, 25 Maxwellton street 
Goudie, James, bookseller, stationer, and newsagent, 24 High st. — 

house 2 Church place 
Goudie, James, jun., at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 2 

Church place 
Goudie, John, of Hunter & Goudie — house 39 Mill street 
Goudie, John C, collector, Town Chamberlain's office — house 2 

Church place 
Goudie, William, of Kirkwood & Goudie — house 5 Mavisbank 

terrace, Blackball 
Goudie, William G , B.vSc, C.E., lecturer on machine cmstructioa 

at Technical School; ho. 92 Albert drive, Crossbill, Glasgow 
Goudie, Agnes, teacher, Williamsburgh School ; house Newton, 

Arkleston road 
Goudie, Misses, Newton, Arkleston road 
Gonrlay, R. Cleland, manager A. F. Craig & Co. Ltd. — house 

Endyne, 42 Oakshaw street 
Gracey, William, traveller, Geo. Dobie & Sons ; ho. 20 Sandholes 
Graham Alex., Benvue, CalsiJe 


Graham, A. Forrest, Benvue, Calside 

Graham, Angus, cowfeeder, 8 South Croft 

Graham, Archibald, jobbing gardener, 24 Storie street 

Graham & Oaskie, smiths, scale, beam, weighing machine makers, 

and cycle agents, 20 Moss street 
. Graham, James, grocer and provision merchant, 70 Love street ; 

house 1 Kerr street 
Graham, J., designer, 11 Ferguslie 

Graham, M., of Graham & Caskie — house 26 Underwood road 
Graham, Marshall, salesman at W. Forrester's, 1 Broomlands — 

house 1 Sutherland street 
Graham, Robert, of T. & R. Graham — house 19 Patrick street, 

Greenock, and Duntrune, Kirn 
Graham, Robert, sub-manager, 2 Ferguslie buildings 
Graham, T. & R., lithographers, engravers, and colour printers, 4 

Bridge street 
Graham, Thomas, M.D., 3 Garthland place 
Graham, Thomas, confectioner, 6 Storie street — house do. 
Graham, William, confectioner and fruiterer, 46 George st. — ho. do. 
Graham, Mrs. John, Oakbank, 43|^ Oakshaw street 
Graham, The Misses, ladies' school, 3 Royal terrace — house 3 

Garthland place 
Grandage, William, confectioner and fruiterer 19 New Stock street; 

ho. do. 
Grant, Donald, stationmaster St. James station — ho. 19 Green- 
hill road 
Grant, James, church officer of Abbey Close U.F. Church, 23 

Abbey street 
Grant, William, foreman to B. R. T. — house 2 M'Kerrell street .■ 
Gray, Alfred S., officer of inland revenue. School wynd — house ^ 

Gray, Archibald, foreman to M'Kenzie Bros — house 18 Greenhill rd. 
Gray, Archibald, brassfounder, 66 Back Sneddon ; house 5 Cale- 
donia place 
Gray, David, of John M'Nair & Co. — house 54 Storie street 
Gray, James, secretary at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. Ltd — house 16 

Stow street 
Gray, John, dairy, 35 Well street — house do. 
Gray, Robert, Howwood, Beith, and Paisley carrier — quarters 91 

Gray, Thomas, farmer, Oldbar 

Gray, Agnes, confectioner, 1 Douglas terrace — house do. 
Gray, John, confectioner, 25 Argyle street — house 3 Walker street 
Green, Mrs., broker, 67 George street — house do. 


Green, Duncan, foreman turner to Campbell & Calderwood — house 

2 Tannahill place 
Greenfield, John, retired teacher— house Netherpark, Calside 
Greenlees, Alexander, of A. & J. W. Greenlees — house Corryville^ 

Greenlees, A. & J. W., yarn and cloth agents, 13 Causeyside — 

house Corryville 
Greenlees & Sons, boot and shoemakers, 21 High street 
Greenlees, James, of Greenlees & Sons — house 30 St, Vincent 

crescent, Glasgow 
Greenlees, James W., of A. & J. W. Greenlees — house Corryville^ 

Greenlees, Matthew & Son, manufacturers, 167 George street 
Greenlees, Mrs. Matthew, Greenside, Calside 
Greenlees, Robert, at M. Greenlees & Son's — house Park place^ 

Greenlees, Thomas, manufacturer, 22 Montrose street, Glasgow — • 

house Netherton, Castlehead 
Greenlees, Thos., jnnr., manufacturer, 22 Montrose street, Glasgow 

— house Newark 
Greenlees, Jane, confectioner and newsagent, 10 Old Sneddon 
Greenlees, Mrs., ladies' nurse, 4 Cochran street 
Gregg, C. Jago, agent, Glasgow Herald and Evening Times — house 

2 Unsted place 
Greig, Robert, painter and paperhanger, 40 George St.; ho. do. 
Greig, Robert, & Co., auctioneers, 18 Causeyside 
Gribben, D. C, letterpress printer, 5 Causeyside — ho. 26 Seedhill 

Griersou, John T., house factor, 7 Gauze street — house do. 
Grierson, R., & Co., carting contractors, Glasgow and Paisley 

Joint Railway Company, Greenlaw Goods Station 
Gunn, Robert, gardener, Hawkhead house — house West lodge 
Guthrie, E., draper and hosier. 67 Broomlands — house do. 
Guthrie, David, fishdealer, 17 Incle street 
Guthrie, Mungo, working jeweller, 1 Old Smithhills 
Guthrie, Robei't, & Co., manufacturers, 6 Causeyside 
Guthrie, Wm., of R. Guthrie & Co. — house 20 Glenview, Barterholro 
Guthrie, Annie Hume, teacher, Ferguslie Public School ; house 10 

Wellington street, Greenock 
Guthrie, Miss, 1 Orr square 

HADDOW, Mrs. Agnes, grocer, 26 Williamsburgh — house do. 
Plain, John W., at Cooper & Co.'s — house 16 New Stock street 
Haine, Joseph William, inland revenue officer ; ho. 4 Allison place 


Hair, Duncan D., M.A., teacher, Camphill School ; house 5 

M'Intyre place 
Hair, George, at R. T. M'Cowan's, 8 High street ; house 20 Kiln- 
side road 
Hair, James M,, at J. Courtney's, 69 Broomlands ; ho. 1 Blackhall 
Haldaue, T. Fred., of Cartvale Chemical Co., Ltd. — house Eastlea, 

Hawkhead road 
Haldane, Maggie, confectioner, 9 West Campbell street — house do. 
Halden, Jeanie, teacher, Mossvale School ; ho. 5 Buchanan terrace 
Halden, Miss, dress and mantlemaker, 109 Causejside — house 5 

Buchanan terrace 
Hall, Rev. Charles A., New Jerusalem Church, George street; 

house Meers Brook, Meikleriggs 
Hall, Rev. David, minister of Mossvale U.F. Church — house 9 

Buchanan terrace 
Plall, Robert, house factor and insurance agent, 93 High street ; 

house 35 Gt. Hamilton street 
Hall, William G., clerk, British Linen Co. Bank ; house Hazelden, 

Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Ltd., bleachers, dyers, and finishers, 

Blackland mill ; telephone No. 70 
Hamilton, Alexander, clothier, 3^ George street — house 1 George 

Hamiltfm, Mrs. Alexander, draper, 16 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Hamilton, Alexander, Hawkhead bakery, 18 Broomlands ; house 

10 do. 
Hamilton, Andrew, house factor, accountant, and insurance agent, 

and sub-agent, " Stubbs, Ltd.", 93 High street — house 2 

Greenlaw avenue (se^ advt.) 
Hamilton & Co., clothiers, 80 High street 
Hamilton, David, teacher, Neilsoii Institution — house Belle- vue, 

Meikleriggs I 

Hamilton, Ed., at. Master of Works office, 13 Gilmour street — ' 

house 8 Phillips street 
Hamilton, George, flesher, George street — house Lylesland cottage j 
Hamilton, George, flesher, 5 George street — house 3 Stirling street 
Hamilton. George, wine and spirit merchant, 105 George street — 

house 4 Wellmeadow 
Hamilton, George, of Adam Hamilton & Sons Ltd. — house 

Hamilton, George, of Hamilton & Co. — ho. Montgreenan, White- 

Hamilton, George, Barrhead and Neilston carrier, 91 Causeyside, 

and at E. Crawford's, 16 Gilmour street 


Hamilton, Hugh, teacher of English, French, Latin, Arithmetic 

and Bookkeeping — private academy Glaisnock, Bank street 
Hamilton, Peter, at William Fulton & Sons Ltd.; house Newhall 

villas, Glenfield 
Hamilton, Hugh, accountant and auditor, Glaisnock, Bank street 
Hamilton, Hugh F., at R. & G. Hislop's ; ho. Glaisnock, Bank St. 
Hamilton, Mrs. James, cowfeeder, 58 Causeyside — house do. 
Hamilton, James, at J. M. Symington's, 35 Miller street, Glasgow; 

house 3 Lylesland terrace 
Hamilton, James, traveller to Brown & Poison — house Netherpark, 

Hamilton, James, wine and spirit merchant, 96 Causeyside ; house 

55 do. 
Hamilton, J., & Co., embroiderers, 2 Union street 
Hamilton, J. F., yarn salesman, 1 Janefield place 
Hamilton, J. K.. grocer, 16 Well street ; house 27 do. 
Hamilton, Robert, baker, 55 Causeyside — house do. 
Hamilton, Robert, tailor and clothier, 5 Gilmour street; house 8 

Greenlaw avenue 
Hamilton, Robert, grocer, and wine, spirit, and provision merchant, 

5 Carriagehill — house Townhead terrace 
Hamilton, Robert, of Burnet & Hamilton — ho. 8 Townhead terrace 
Hamilton, Robert, house factor and shipping agent, 43 Lady lane 

— house 9 Douglas street (see advt.) 
Hamilton, Robert A., aichitect, 93 Highst. — house 21 Caledonia st. 
Hamilton, William, machine agent, 12 Argyle street 
Hamilton, William, dyer and cleaner, 18 Abbey street — house 

1 Unstead place 
Hamilton, William, confectioner, 87 New Sneddon 
Hamilton, Agnes, china and hardware merchant, 2 Neilson street; 

house 9 Cotton street 
Hamilton, Elizabeth, restaurauteur, 32 Broomlands — house do. 
Hamilton, Jessie, of J. Hamilton & Co., 2 Union street 
Hamilton, Miss M., fancy goods merchant, 93 Causeyside — house 

26 George street 
Hamilton, Jane B., teacher, Abercorn School ; ho. 37 Causeyside 
Hamilton, Mrs., draper, 3-|- George street ; house 3 do. 
Haudasyde, C. H., of C. H. Handasyde & Co. — house Craigesk, 

Handasyde, C. H. & Co., oil merchants and manufacturers, Aber- 
corn Oil works, Macfarlane street. Racecourse road 
Hannah, Adam, of William Hannah & Son; ho. 15 Walker street 
Hannah, Charles, at Hawson & Hannah's; house 50 Love street 
Hannah, John, traveller at J. W. Filshill's — house 1 Caledonia st. 


Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, engineers and gas apparatus mannfac- 

turers, Abbey works, 23 New Sneddon ; Atlas works, 17 

Back Sneddon ; Abercorn Shipbuilding yard, Abercorn street ; 

and Abercorn foundry, North Croft ; telephone No. 72, tele- 
graphic address, " Donald " 
Hannah, Henry, chemist and druggist, 44 Moss st. and 1 Crossflat 

terrace, Glasgow road — house 1 Caledonia street 
Hannah, William, of Hawson & Hannah — house 47 Love street 
Hannah, William, of Wm. Hannah & Sons ; house 17 Walker St. 
Hannah) William, & Sons, furniture dealers, 80 High street 
Haran, A. B., of N. G. Haran & Sons — house 18 New Stock street 
Haran, J. N., of N. G. Haran & Sons — house 83 Seedhill road 
Haran, N. G., & Sons, registered plumbers, gasfitters, and sanitary 

engineers — workshop 100 Causeyside 
Hardie, George R., traveller for the Central Agency Ltd., Glasgow; 

house Dungoyne, Hawkhead road • 

Hardie, John D., feuar, 13 Williamsburgh 
Hardie, John David, officer Inland Revenue, at M'Kean's starch 

works — house 12 Townhead terrace 
Hardie, John, M.A., teacher, Grammar school — house Tighnahrn 

villa, Glasgow road 
Hardie, Robert, of Glover & Hardie — house Greenlaw avenue 
Harding, Charles, chief constable of Renfrew^shire, chief constable's 

office, County buildings — house 149 Eldon street, Greenock 
Harkins, Annie, confectioner, 30 Thread street ; house do. 
Harley, John M., manager at Brown & Poison's — house 1 Falside 
Harper, Andrew, 1 Hamilton street 
Harper, David C, of David Carswell & Son — house 3 Mansfield 

Harper, Frank, clerk, Canal Goods Station — house 9 "Vyhitehead 

Harper, H. M., Marymaur, Underwood 
Harper, Henry, tailor, clothier, and hatter, 52 High street, and 

Victoria Clothing Compy., 17 Moss street — house Clairwood, 

Hawkhead road (see advt.) 
Harper, Hugh, coal merchant Hawkhead, and 93 Hope street, 

Glasgow — house Boneen, Hawkhead 
Harper, James, church officer of South Parish Church — house 8 

New Stock street 
Harper, Robert, traveller to Hugh Lambie — house Townhead ter. 
Harper, William, at Rae Bros., 42 High street; house 20 Storie 

Harris, Alexander, Camphill 
Harris, H., brushmaker, 13 West Buchanan st. — ho. 8 Stevenson st. 


Harris, John, officer, Inland Revenue, at Saucel distillery — house 3 
Mansion-house road 

Harris, Robert, Wellcroft, Greenlaw drive 

Harris, William, watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 70 High street 
— house 22 Oakshaw street 

Hart, Abercrombie & Lang, writers and notaries public, 13 St. 
James place 

Hart, George, of Hart, Abercrombie & Lang, writer, notary public 
and Procurator Fiscal of Renfrewshire at Paisley, 13 St. James 
place and Sheriff Court-house, St. James street — house Dean- 
side, Craw road 

Hart, J., of Wm. Cochran's, 24 Wellmeadow ; house 1 Castle street 

Hart, J., tobacconist, 3 Moss street ; house High Park cottage, Glen 

Hart, Robert, of William Teacher & Sons, Glasgow — house 8 
Greenlaw avenue 

Hart, Robert, spirit merchant, 1 Carriagehill — house High Park 
cottage, Glen road 

Hart, Thomas, family grocer and wine merchant (and agent for 
W. & A. Gilbey, Limited), 6 George street — house 5 Green- 
law avenue 

Hart, Thomas W., spirit salesman, 1 Carriagehill ; ho. 11 Alice pi. 

Hart, WiUiam, wine and spirit merchant, 52 Storie street — house 6 
South Orr street 

Hart, Maggie, L.L.A., teacher at Grammar School; ho. Deanside 

Hart, Mina, L.L.A., teacher, Grammar School — house Deanside, 
Craw road 

Hart, Miss, dressmaker, 10 St. Mirren street 

Hart, Mrs. Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, 3 St. James st ; 
house Merrymore, Underwood road 

Hartland, Edmund, inspector of works with Doulton & Co., L 
house 9 Whitehaugh terrace 

Hartles, Harry, manager to Robin & Houston Ltd. — house Spring- 
bank cottage 

Harvey, James, & Co. Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, 2 King 
street, Saucel 

Harvey, John, director and secretary of A. Bell & Sons Ltd.; house 
Woodville, Carriagehill drive 

Harvie, Robert, jun., spirit merchant, 23 Williamsburgh — house 
The Cottage, 24 Williamsburgh 

Hastie, William, ladies' and gentlemen's tailor, 10 Orchard street ; 
house do. 

Hawley, John, clerk to surveyor of taxes, Inland Revenue office 
— house PeveriJ, Whitehaugh drive 


Hawson & Hannah, timber merchants, sawmillers and boxmakers, 
Shortroods Sawmills, Springbank road 

Hawson, William, of Hawson & Hannah — house Gilmourlea, 
Greenock road 

Hay, David, clerk to J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — ho. 10 Claverino; street 

Hay, G. B., badge porter, Gilmour street station — ho. 33 Lady lane 

Hay, George, passenger agent, G. & S.-W. Ry. Canal station ; 
agent for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Accident Insurance 
Co. — house Station house 

Hay, James, of Robert Hay & Son, clerk and treasurer to St. 
George's Church Ecclesiastical Trustees, and agent for the 
Caledonian Insurance office and County Fire office, 94 High 
street — house Barshaw cottage, Arkleston road 

Hay, R. Blair, B.L., writer, agent for the Caledonian and the 
Royal Life and Fire Insurance Co., and secretary and trea- 
surer local branch St. Andrews Ambulance Association, 14 
Moss street ; tel. No. 298 — house Barshaw cottage 

Hay, Robert, & Son, stationers, account-book makers, lithographers, 
engravers, printers, and manufacturers of design or point 
paper, 94 High street ; telephone No. 145 (see advt.) 

Hayes, Charles, drawing master. Grammar School — ho. 48 Love st. 

Hayes, Mrs. William, bookseller and stationer, 8 St. James place — 
house do. 

Health Food Stores, 30 Causeyside 

Heitou, Robert F., at Smith Bros. & Co.'s — house 11 Argyle St. 

Hellyer, John T., Inland Revenue officer — house Croftdene, Hawk- 
head road 

Henderson, Rev. Andrew, LL.D., F.R.A.S., minister of Abbey 
Close U.F. Church — house Ashgrove, Castlehead 

Henderson, Andrew P., bookkeeper to R. & J. P. Kerr — house 3 
Arthur street 

Henderson & Agnew, drapers, 102 Causeyside 

Henderson, George, mason and builder, 30 Gordon's lane ; house 
21 Oakshaw street 

Henderson, George, confectioner, &c., 7 Whitehead street; ho. do. 

Henderson, James, sub-manager at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 43 
George street 

Henderson, John, fruiterer, 1 Old Smithhills and 35 Causeyside — 
house 1 Old Smithhills 

Henderson, John, florist and fruiterer, 29 Caledonia street — house 
29 do. 

Henderson, William, measurer, of Daniel Duff & Henderson, 68 
West Regent street, Glasgow — ho. Ardenvohr, Hawkhead road 

Henderson, Mary, teacher, Williamsburgh School — ho. 8 Gateside 


Henderson, Catherine T., L.L.A., teacher, Camphill School — house 

8 Buchanan terrace 
Henderson, Mrs. C, 8 Buchanan terrace 
Henderson, Mrs., confectioner, 5 Mill street 
Henderson, Mrs., of Henderson & Agnew — house 31 Causeyside 
Hendiy, John, farmer, Thornly farm 
Hendry, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 12 Old Sneddon street 

— house 6 Garchland street 
Hendry, Robert, of Stewart & Hendry, 20 Glen street 
Hendry, T. B., warehouseman, 4 Moss street ; ho. 30 Seedhill rd. 
Hendry, W. D., raessenger-at-arms, 4 Moss street — house 4 Green- 
law avenue 
Henry & Gait, ironfounders, Sneddon Foundry, 89& 90 New Sneddon 

Henry, Charles, of Wm. Cochran & Co, — house 18 Neilson street 
Henry, Charles, tobacconist, 41 Wellmeadow ; ho. 18 Alice place 
Henry, James, salesman at R. & J. Dick's, 90 High street ; house 

14 Well street 
Henry, James, of Wm. Cochran & Co., 6 and 7 Causeyside — house 

16 Neilson street 
Henry, John, tailor, 11 Broomlands 
Headrie, Mrs. Robert, grocer and wine merchant, 50 Caledonia 

street — house 7 Buchanan terrace 
Hendry, Janet, teacher. South Public School ; house Thomson 

avenue, Johnstone 
Hendry, Nurse, c/o Mrs. Deans, 19 Greenhill road 
Hepworth, Joseph, & Son, Ltd., clothing manufacturers, 90 High st. 
Herd, Alexander, weaver, 8 Smith street 
Herd, Alexander H., grocer and provision merchant, 5 George St.. 

— house 164- George street 
Herd, Alex., of Herd & Buchanan, 36 Old Sneddon street — house 

23 Abbey street 
Herd & Buchanan, plumbers and gasfitters, 36 Old Sneddon street 
Herd, Charles, jun., painter and decorator, 1 Neilston street; ho, 

Gordon's lane 
Herd, John, plumber and gasfitter, 10 Gauze street — house 44 

Mill street 
Heron, J. R., tobacconist and hairdresser, 45 High street — house 

5 New street 
Hesketh, Charles, criminal sergeant of County Police, County bdgs.. 

Love street 
Heys, Frank Wilson, at Robert Brown & Son Ltd., Ferguslie 

w^orks ; house Springfield, Barrhead 
Hicks, William, starchwork manager, 4 MacDowall street 


Higf^en, George, provision dealer, 16 Lawn street- ho. 2 Gauze st. 
Highgate, David, of Hugh Highgate & Co. — house Mossgiel, 

Highgate, Henry G., of John Highgate & Co. — house Westerfield 

Highgate, Hugh, & Co., oil, grease, and tallovr refiners, Greenhill 

Oil works, Murray street 
Highgate, Hugh, of Hugh Highgate & Co. — house Blairmore 

house, Blairmore 
Highgate, John, & Co., timher merchants, saw-millers, and box- 
makers, Caledonia Sawmills, Murray street and Baltic Saw- 
mills, Macdowall street 
Hill & Adam, joiners, 3 Hunter street 
Hill, Alexander, slater and granolithic step-maker, 135 George 

street — house 6 Townhead terrace 
Hill, George, warehouseman at Coates Bros. Ltd. — house 16 New 

Stock street 
Hill, John, shoemaker, 3 Garthland street — ho. 6 Clarence street 
Hill, John, tobacconist, 39 Old Sneddon ; house 11 M'Kerrell street 
Hill, R. & L, grain merchants, 45 Well street — house 43 George 

Hill, Thomas, grain merchant, 22 Maxwellton street ; tel. No., 33 ; 

house 43 George sireet 
Hill, William, of Hill & Adam, joiners ; house 2 Tannahill place 
Hill, Kate, teacher, Abercorn Public School — house 2 Tannahill pi, 
Hillcoat, Gavin, brickburner, Nethercommon 
Hillcoat, William, brickbuilder, 3 Russell street — house do- 
H indie, John, trainer St. Mirren F.C., 3 Albion street 
Hind, John, at G. F. Lochhead & Co. 
Hislop, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Moss street — house 

43 High street 
Hislop, George R., F.C.S., engineer, and manager of Gas works — 

Gas works house, Blackstoun road— telephone No. 187 
Hislop, Laurence R., assistant gas engineer at Gas works, and 

assistant lecturer on building construction at Technical School ; 

house 21 Oakshaw 
jHislop, R. & G., gas lighting and heating engineers, 13 St. Jamei 

place; telephone No. 331 
Hodge, Mitchell, & Co., cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 94 

Causeyside and 39 Gordon's lane 
Hodge, Thomas, accountant and stockbroker, 21 St. Vincent place, 

Glasgow ; telegraphic address " Hod., Glasgow ;" telephon( 

No. 3429, Glasgow — ho. Woodend, Castlehead ; tel. No., 359^] 
Hodgart, Mrs. John, Linnsburn, Renfrew road 


Hodsou, Fred., hairdresser, 25 Walker street — house 18 Seedhill 

Hogarth, James, cliibmaster. The Chib, 100 High street 

Hogarth, James, of Hogarth's cycle works — ho. 17 New Stock st. 

Hogarth Cycle Works, 32 Carriagehill (see advt.) 

Hogg, Andrew, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street 

Hogg, Archibald, secretary, Seedhill Finishing Company Ltd. — 

house 3 Whitehaugh terrace 
Hogg, John, writer, 13 Moss street — house G Buchanan terrace 
Hogg, Thomas, head gardener at Woodside house, 9 Wilson street 
Hogg, William, contractor, Harbour lane — ho. 5 New Sneddon 
Hollis, John, engineer, 1 Wallace street — house 30 New Sneddon 
Hollis, Miss Maggie, fruiterer and confectioner, 92 New Sneddon 

street — house 3 Cart street 
Holden, Lawrence, confectioner, 30 Canal street ; house 66 do. 
Holmes, Rev. Archibald, minister of Reformed Presbyterian 

Church — house Falside 
Holms, John, M.D., physician and surgeon, 21 Wellmeadow and 24 

Gauze street— house Priorscroft house, 50 High street 
Holms, John, manager, Underwood Co-op. Coal Socy. — house 25 

St. James street 
Holms-Kerr, William, of Holms-Kerr & Hedderwick, stockbrokers, 

Glasgow ; house BrabloCh 
Holms, Matthew, flesher, 16 Kilnside road — ho. 11 Phillips street 
Holmes D. T., B.A. (Lend.), Ingleholm, Bridge of Weir 
Holmes, James Donald, M.B., CM., 63 Causeyside ; house do. 
Holmes, Robert, confectioner, 72 Canal street — house do. 
Holmes, William, flesher, 21 Sandholes — house 15 Back Sneddon 
Holms, William, cowfeeder, 15 Back Sneddon 
Holms, William, Sandyford, Renfrew road 
Holmes, Mrs., Berlin wool warehouse, 97 High street — house 2 

Church place 
Holms, Mrs. Archibald C, Sandyford 
Holroyd, A., organist of U.F. St. George's Church and teacher of 

music — house 31 Gauze street 
Holt, H., fruit merchant, 30 High street 
Holt, James, general dealer, Henderson street — house do. 
Holt, H., ladies' hatter, 31 High street, two stairs up 
Home & Colonial Tea Stores, 14 Moss street ; Joseph Stewart, 

manager, 10 New street 
Home Kmtting Company, manufacturers of knitted hosiery, 2 

Causeyside street (see advt.) 
Hood, James, wine and spirit merchant, 28 Back Sneddon- house 

43 Back Sneddon 
Hood, Thomas, spirit dealer, 15 Law^n street — house Todholm cottage 



Hood, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, Todholm cottage 

Hood, William, china merchant, 10 Broomlands — house do. 

Hood, Ann. grocer, 1 East Buchanan street — house do. 

Hood, Miss Maggie, tobacconist, 21 Broomlands — ho. do. 

Hopkins, Mrs. E., fruiterer, 21 Moss street 

Home, Thomas, chemist and druggist, 18 Gilmour street — telephone 

No. 272 
Home, Mrs., dressmaker, 9 Orr square 
Horner, John, agent, Scottish Legal Assurance Society; house 

Ivy cottage, Houston 
House of Refuge for Females (washing and dressing) Victoria pi.. 

Lady lane 
Hosiery Manufacturing Co., 18 Moss street 
Houston, Alexander, horseshoer and jobbing smith, 5 Maxwellton 

street ; house 2 Brown street 
Houston, Archibald, farmer, Wester Walkinshaw, Greenock road 
Houston, David. & Currie, writers and notaries public, 43 Moss st. 
Houston, David, of D. Houston & Currie— ho. Parklea Sunnyside 
Houston, Gavin, of G. & T. Houston— house 6 Maxwellton street 
Houston, George, manager. Co-operative Manufacturing Society 

Ltd., 3 Kelburne drive *^ 

Houston, G. & T., Wrights, 5 Maxwellton street; tele. No. 9x3 
Houston, Harry, at Smith Bros. & Co. ; house 82 Seedhill road 
Houstoun, J. F., tinsmith and plumber, 148 George street — housed- 

6 Barclay street 
Houston, James, confectioner, 17 Ferguslie 
Houston, James, of Robin & Houston (Ltd,) — house Brisbane housey 

Houston, R. S., of Robin & Houston Ltd.— ho. Eversdale, Hawk- ' 

head road ^ 

Houston, Thomas, of G. & T. Houston— ho. 3 King street '|j 

Houston, William F., veterinary surgeon, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary ' 

inspector for the burghs of Renfrew and Johnstone, 8 Glen 

street and 90 George street — house 26 St. James street ; tele- 
phone No. 77a, house No. 77 _ ■ -g 
Houston, Miss, mantle maker — show-rooms 10 St. Mirren street ■ 
Houston, Mrs., stationer and sub-post-ofRce, 13 Caledonia street; 

house do. 
Houston, Mrs. John, shoemaker, 15 Old Smithhills — house Oaklea^ 

3 Hawkhead road 
Houston, Mrs. R., Parklea, Sunnyside 

Howard, J. T., of Howard & Reid — house 2 Charlotte place 
Howard & Reid, cycle agents, 46 Old Sneddon street 
Howat, Robert, confectioner, 7 New street ; house 6 do. 


Howat, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, and wholesale 
agent for White's bleaching fluid and White's ammonia, 31 
IStorie street — house 48 Causeyside 

Howatt, Mrs. Susan, confectioner, 52 Caledonia street 

Howatson, Robert B., Greenlaw drive 

Howe, Andrew, church officer of Original Secession Church — 
house 3 Johnston street 

Howe, James, bottler, 1 Ferguslie walk ; ho. 1 West Campbell street 

Howie, Alexander, clerk at 61 Storie street — house do. 

Howie, David, dairyman, 61 Storie street — house do. 

Howie, Robert, confectioner, 5 Mossvale lane ; house do. 

Howie, James, 22 Underwood road 

Hucker, James, grocer, 96 New Sneddon street — house do. 

Hume, Thomas, 36 High street 

Hume, Thomas Booth, Post-Office clerk ; house 26 Argyle street 

Hunter, Archibald, of Hunter & Goudie — house 13 Argyle street 

Hunter, Clark, cooper and cask merchant, 3 Henderson street — • 
house do. 

Hunter, David, weigher. No. 3 Municipal weighing machine, Carlile 
place ; house 23 Glen street 

Hunter & Goudie, plumbers, gasfitters, and electrical engineers, 5 

Hunter, James, grocer, 10 Glen street — house do. 

Hunter, James, confectiouer, 20 Abbey street ; ho. 7 Bridge street 

Hunter, James, jun., clerk at J. & P. Coats Ltd.; house 18 West 
Campbell street 

Hunter, John Baird, M.D., CM., surgeon and oculist, 3 Smithhills— 
house 31 St. James street 

Hunter, John C, warehouseman at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 
Hungil lodge, Meikleriggs 

Hunter, John K., house painter, 30 Wellmeadow — ho 31|^ Oakshaw 

Hunter, Joseph, spirit merchant, 120 George street — house do. 

Hunter, S., tobacconist and stationer, 1 Neilston street ; house do. 

Hunter, Thomas, clothier, 52 Broomlands — house 18 West Camp- 
bell street 

Hunter, Walter M'D., cashier, Caledonian Railway Carting depart- 
ment — house 29 Williamsburgh 

Hunter, Mrs. Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 32 George 
street — house 8 Townhead terrace 

Hunter, Mrs. John, Glenara, Meikleriggs 

Hunter, Mrs Sarah, confectioner, 10 Silk street — house do. 

Hunter, Mrs. Thomas, grocer and spirit merchant, 22 Great Hamilton 
street — house 7 Smith street 


Hussey, Mary B., fruiterer, 65 Broomlands — ho. 3 Walker street 
Hutchison, John, F.R.I.B.A., architect, 127 St. Vincent street, 

Glasgow — house Fairhill, Calside 
Hutchison, D. T., & Co., auctioneers, 25 Gauze street 
Hutchison, D. T., & Son, slaters and plasterers, 25 Gauze street 
Hutcheson, J. C, clerk at J. & P. Coats, Ltd., Barrhead 
Hutchison, Robert, of William Hutchison, jun., & Co., George 

place — house Aklersyde, Craw road 
Hutchison, William, jun., & Co., scourers and stovers, George place 
Hutchison, William, writer, of Mac Robert, Son, & Hutchison, 

joint-clerk to Paisley (Burgh) School Board — ho. Calside villa 
Hutchison, William, of William Hutchison, jun.,'& Co., Aldersyde, 

Craw road 
Hutchison, William, clerk at Co-operative Manufacturing Society ; 

house 12 Neilston street 
Hutchison, Miss, 11 Greenlaw avenue 
Hutchison, Misses M. & J., Westside cottage, 3 Glen lane 
Hutchison, Mrs. Robert, boot and shoe manufacturer, 36 High 

street — house 27 Gauze street 
Hutton, George, clerk and collector for Royal Alexandra Infirmary 

— house 1 Charlotte place 
Hutton, George, salesman at Peter Robertson's — ho. 11 Kilnsiderd. 
Hutton, Rev. Principal George Clark, D.D., minister of Canal street 

U.F. Church — ho. Mount Pleasant 
Hutton, William, cook, confectioner and purveyor, 5 Moss street — 

house do. 
Hyndman, Thomas, newsagent and stationer, 134 George street 

house do. 

IMPERIAL (The) Glass Co., 73 Broomlands 

Imrie, George J., tuner to Paterson, Sons & Co. — ho. 1 Millar st. 

Industrial School, Albion street — .James Winchester, superintendent 

Infectious Diseases Hospital, Bridge street. Miss K. Ogilvie, matron 

Inglis, James, foreman at Brown & Poison's — ho. 5 Gladstone ter. 

Inglis, James, traveller, 1 Janefield place 

Inglis, John, 2 Buchanan terrace 

Inglis, Robert A., 1 M'Kerrell street 

Inglis, M. & E., milliners, 4 George street — house 2 Janefield place 

Inglis, Mrs. John, grocer, 5 Mossvale street — ho. 2 Buchanan terr. 

Ingram, A. CM., Nethercommon house 

Inland Revenue Office, 8 St. Mirren street^supervisor, G. C. 

Suttie, Isabank, Arkleston road 
Innes, Andrew, agent for Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society— i 

house 7 Phillips street 



Innes, George M , clerk at the Savings Bank of Paisley ; house 7 

Ferguslie buildinas 
Innes, William, assistant manager J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 7 Ferguslie 

Innes, Elizabeth, teacher. South Public School — ho. 33 Gauze st. 
Ireland, William, fruiterer, 14 Gauze street — house do. 
Irvine, David, goods agent, N.B. Railway Co., Canal station ; ho. 1 

Charlotte place. Wester Carriagehill 
Irvine, Frank, cashier to John' Spence & Sons— house Hafton, 

Calside avenue 
Irvine, Julian, M.A., teacher, Grammar School — ho. Cochrane st. 
Irvine, Robert, M.A., B.Sc, teacher. Grammar School, and lecturer 
^ in mathematics at Technical School — house 118 George street 
Irvine, W^illiam, confectioner and china merchant. 111 George st.; 

house do. 
Isdale, James, of Isdale <fe M'Callum — house Nikko, The Bushes 
Isdale & M'Callum, soap manufacturers, Caledonia Soap works, 

Rowan street ; tel. No., 80 (see advt.) 
Isdale, Ralph, of Isdale & M'Callum— house Maryfield, Sunnyside 
Isdale, Isabella, dressmaker, 14 Broomlands — house do. 

J AAP, John, sewing-machine, cycle, and piano merchant, 14 and 15 
Wellmeadow, workshop 8 Barr street — house 19 Oakshaw 

Jack, David B., of James Jack & Son (Cross) 

Jack, James, & Son, family grocers, tea and wine merchants, 107 
and 108 High street (Cross), tele. No. 194— house Glencairn, 

Jack, J., assistant tailor, Kibble Reformatory — house 48 Caledonia 

Jack, Peter, of Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house Castlehead 

Jack, Elizabeth Lang, head mistress. Grammar school — house 13 
Greenlaw avenue 

Jackson & Abercrombie, accountants, factors, and insurance agents ; 
joint-treasurers to the Burgh School Board and Paisley Heri- 
table Property Investment Society, 5 County place 

Jackson, Gavin, baker, 43 Caledonia street — house 6 Murray street 

Jackson, James, of Jackson & Abercrombie — house 6 Calside 

Jackson, Wm., pattern designer, Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house 5 
Buchanan terrace 

Jackson, J. Kathleen, teacher, Abercorn School; ho. 5 Buchanan ter 

James, Wm. E., agent for Cowan & Co., Canal Goods Station- 
house 3 West Croft 

Jamieson, James, agent for Royal Liver Friendly Society, 26 
High street 


Jamieson, James, ironmonger, 26 Well street ; house do. 
Jamieson, John, fruiterer, 26 Well street 

Jamison, Matthew, George Temperance Hotel, 2 Old Smithhills 
Jamieson, William, fruiterer, 23 Well street — house do. 
Jardine, Robert, clerk with J. & P. Coats Ltd.— house Beechmont, 

Jardine, Thomas, warper, 7 Gauze street 
Jardine, Miss, dressmaker, 7 Gau.ze street 
Jarvie, James, dairyman, 21 Underwood road — house do. 
Jarvie, Misses, dressmakers, 50 Causeyside — house do. 
Jeffrey, Charles, cashier to Wm. Poison & Co. Ltd. — ho. Inglefield 

cottage, Glasgow road 
Jenkins, Mrs., draper, 2 Johnston street — house E.^ss street 
Johns, Robert H., caretaker at Robert Brown & Son Ltd ; house 

Millarston house, Ferguslie 
Johnston, Adam, draper and furnisher, 29 Glen street — house do. 
Johnston, Alexander, 1 Glenview 
Johnstone, Andrew, restaurauteur, 18 and 19 Old Sneddon; house 

18 do. 
Johnstone, Andrew, gatekeeper to J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 1 

Green road 
Johnston, Charles C, Sheriff officer, 43 Moss st. ; ho. 44 Oakshaw 
Johnston, Charles H., bar officer of the Sheriff Court and sheriff 

officer. Sheriff Court buildings and 23 School wynd — house 

44 Oakshaw 
Johnston, C. H., & M'Laren, sheriff officers, 23 School wynd 
Johnston, D. L., auctioneer and appraiser, 48 High street; house 

133 George street (see advt.) 
Johnston, Irvine, carting department J. & P Coiits Lniited— house 

2 Ferguslie buildings 
Johnston, James, spirit merchant, 36 Ferguslie — house 28 do. 
Johnstone, Jas. F., M.A., LL.B , Town Clerk Depute, Town Clerk's 

office — house Glenpatrick, Elderslie 
Johnston, John, of William Johnston & Co.,— house Meadowside 

villa, Glasgow road 
Johnstone, John, bar officer, Burgh Police Office ; house 20 North 

Croft street 
Johnston. John, fishmonger and poulterer, 31 Causeyside — house 27 

Gordon's lane 
Johnston, Robert, bank accountant, Union Bank of Scotland Ltd., 

Wellmeadow branch — house 138 George street 
Johnston, William, & Co., buckram manufacturers, 4 Shuttle st. 
Johnston, William D., of William Johnston & Co.— ho. 1 Kelbnrne 

drive, Glasgow road 





Johnstone, Miss, dressmaker, 8 Whitehaugh terrace 
Johnston, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 44 Oakshaw 
Johnstone, Mrs. Peter, 8 Whitehaugh terrace 

KAY, Janet, L.R.C.P. and S. Ed., L. A.P.S.G. and L.M., 100 High 

Kean & Wardrop, mosaic and encaustic tile layers and marble 

workers, 167 Bath street, Glasgow — Telephone Nos., National 

lOY. Douglas, Corporation 851 (see advt.) 
Kean, George, of Kean & Wardrop — ho. 167 Bath St., Glasgow 
Keating, Mrs. John, broker, 6 Old Sneddon — houSe do. 
Keenan & Kelso, slaters. Railway arch, Gilmour st. and 11 Glen lane 
Keay, Mrs. Angus, 1 Buchanan terrace 
Keir, Andrew, clerk at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 9 Mavisbank 

Keir, Robert, hairdresser, 32 Wellmeadow — ho. 3 Oakshaw 
Keith, Adam, of Cochran & Keith — house 66 Love street 
Keith, Alexander, joiner, 3 Thread street — ho. 53 Caledonia street 
Keith, Miss, music teacher, 6Q Love street 
Kelly, Adam, wine and spirit merchant, 2 St. James street— house 

31 Glen street 
Kelly, Alexander, tailor, 10 Gilmour street — house do. 
Kelly, Andrew, assistant inspector, Parish Council Office — house 

7 Whitehaugh terrace 
Kelly, Andrew, jun., of Young & Kelly, coal merchants — house 66 

Love street 
Kelly, Elizabeth, grocer, 22 Lawn street 

Kelly, G., verger, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church — ho. 12 Castle st. 
Kelly, James, tobacconist and newsagent, 6 Old Sneddon ; ho. 5 do. 
Kelly, John, with the Glasgow Tramway & Omnibus Coy. — house 

68 Causeyside 
Kelly, J. Y,, baker and purveyor, 34 High street 
Kelly, Matthew, of M. & W. Kelly, 1 Johnstone street 
Kelly, M, & W., plumbers and gasfitters, 93 Causeyside 
Kelly, William, grocer, 14 Underwood road ; ho. 60 Back Sneddon 
Kelly, Margaret, head teacher, St. Margaret's Convent School — 

house St. Margaret's Convent, East Buchanan street 
Kelly, Mrs. Margaret, confectioner and hardware merchant, 9 

Moncrieff street 
Kelso, Archibald, of James Caldwell & Son — house 9 Gilmour st. 
Kelso, Archibald, fruiterer and confectioner, 118 George street 
Kelso, Mrs. James, fruiterer and confectioner, 66 Causeyside — - 

house do. 
Kelso, Robert, of Keenan & Kelso — house 16 Johnston street 


Kelso, Thomas, cashier to Brown & Poison — house 13 Falside 
Kelso, William W., sanitary inspector, and inspector of cleansing, 

14 Gilmour street — house Greenhill, Underwood road 
Kemp, Daniel, chief draughtsman at Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. Ltd. ; 

house 129 Kenmnre street, Pollokshields, Glasgow 
Kennedy, Alexander, clerk, 1 Alexandra place 
Kennedy, Archibald, foreman brassfinisher — house 9 St. James st. 
Kennedy, David, keeper of Oakshaw Memorial Hall — house 35 

Kennedy, D., wine and spirit merchant, 7 Renfrew street , house 7 

M'Kerrell street 
Kennedy, David, bootmaker, 15 Gauze street — house 4 do, 
Kennedy, David, jun., teacher of music — house 4 Garthland street 
Kennedy, Duncan C., baker, 25 Gordon's lane ; house do. 
Kennedy, George, shoemaker, 6 West Croft street — house 2 East 

Croft street 
Kennedy, John, bread and biscuit baker, 31 High street (telep. No. 

227) and 1 Crossflat terrace — house Dunure, Arkleston road 

(see advt.) 
Kennedy, John, janitor Ferguslie Public School 
Kennedy, William, confectioner, 14 Underwood road — house do. 
Kennedy, Jeanie, confectioner, 18 Springbank road — ho. do. 
Kent, John, compositor, 12 Seedhill road 
Ker, William Arthur, Assoc. M. Inst., C.E., electrical engineer, 

director Paterson, Cooper, & Co. Ltd., Patella works 
Kernohan, John, bootmaker, lu9 George st. and 16 Wellmeadow — 

house 17 Queen street 
Kerr, Allan, manager to William Macintyre, jun., & Co. — house 

1 5 High street 

Kerr, Archibald, salesman at Peter Robertson's — ho. 13 Johnstone 

Kerr, Benjamin, 81 Seedhill road 

Kerr, David, of M'Gregor & Kerr — house Lilybank, Well street 
Kerr, George, sub-manager, J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 16 Thistle terrace 
Kerr, James, of R. & J. P. Kerr — house Craigend castle, Milngavie 
Kerr, James, cashier to Bell & M'Lauchlan — house 28 Back- 

Kerr, James P., draper, of Parlane & Kerr — ho. 10 Glen view, 

Kerr, Peter, hardware dealer, 15 Lawn street 

Kerr, Peter, & Son, heddle twine manufacturers. New Street Mills 
Kerr, Peter, & Son, thread manufacturers, New Street mills 
Kerr, R. & J. P., power-loom cloth manufacturers. Underwood Mills' 
Kerr, Robert, 14 Abbey street 


Kerr, Robert, of Kerr & Young — house 1 Mary street 

Kerr, Mrs. Robert, farmer, East Fulton, by Johnstone 

Kerr, Thomas, writer, hon secy. Paisley Liberal Club, secretary 

and treasurer of the Royal Victoria Eye Infirmary, 12 High 

street — house 12 Greenlaw avenue 
Kerr, Thomas L., agent G. & S.W. Ry., Potterhill station — house 

station house 
Kerr, W., electrical engineer, Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay ; house 

21 Seedhillroad ' 
Kerr, William, farmer, Linclive, by Linwood 

Kerr, William, & Co., machinery merchants, etc., 15 St. James St. 
Kerr & Young, glaziers, 47 Old Sneddon street; tele. No. 12 xS 

(see advt.) 
Kerr, Janet, milliner, 8 Causeyside — house 1 Calside 
Kerr, Miss, Greenbank, Carriagehill drive 

Kerr, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 15 High street; ho. do. 
Kerr, Mrs., w^ne and spirit merchant, 7 Glen street — house 9 do, 
Kerr, Mrs. Peter, Gallowhill house, Renfrew road 
Kerr, Mrs. Thomas, Camnethan villa, Arkleston road 
Ketcheu & Carnduff, furnishing ironmongers, 17 High street — 

telephone No 88 
Ketchen, John, of Ketchen & Carnduff, house 1 Queen Mary ave., 

Crossbill, Glasgow 
Keter, William, farmer, Bogside, Renfrew 
Keynes, W. C, squadron sergeant-major instructor, Queen's Ow^n 

Royal Glasgow Imperial Yeomanry, "■ C " squadron — house 3 

Forbes place 
Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road 
Killin, Alexander, spirit merchant, 26 Gauze street — house 7 Gauze 

Killin, Archibald, traveller to Brown & Poison — house 4 White- 

haugh terrace 
Killoch, Miss, greengrocer, 15 Alice place — house 24 Stock street 
Kilpatrick, A. & J., house furnishers, 109 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, xilexander, funeral undertaker, 16 Abbey st. — ho. do. 
Kilpatrick, Alexander H., slater, 111 Causeyside — house 2 George 

Kilpatrick, Alexander, of A. & J. Kilpatrick ; house 6 Whitehaugh 

Kilpatrick, John, of A. & J. Kilpatrick; house 7 West Croft 
Kilpatrick, James, of James Kilpatrick & Son, Dyers' wynd — ■ 

telephone No. 94a — house Briersdene, Mansion house road 
Kilpatrick, James, & Son, plumbers and lead merchants and electrical 

engineers. Dyers' wynd and Terrace buildings — tele. No. 94 


Kilpatrick, James B., plumber — house 2 Crossflat terrace 
Kilpatrick, John, & Son, funeral undertakers, 1 6 Abbey street — house " 

do. ; telephone No. 242 (see advt.) 
Kilpatrick, John, of James Kilpatrick & Son, Dyers' wynd — house 

Inchdene, Greenlaw drive 
Kilpatrick, Thomas, & Co., slate and cement merchants, 40 Canal 

street ; house Eastwood, Glasgow road 
Kilpatrick, William L., hairdresser, 2 Townhead terrace; house 9 

Orr square 
Kilpatrick, Mrs. dairy keeper, 42 Back Sneddon — house 33 New 

Kilpatrick. Janet, dressmaker, 7 West Croft 
King, Alexander, butcher, 5 Broomlands street— house 82 do. 
King, Robert, Avatchmaker, electro-plater, and jeweller, 8 Gauze st. 
King, Robert, jun., at James Boyd & Sons, Macdowall street ; 

house 8 Gauze street 
King, Thomas, jun., clerk to Ronald Jack & Co — ho. 20 Well st. 
King, Walter — house Wester Bushes, Blackland load 
King, H., matron, Riccartsbar Asylum 
King, Mrs. Agnes, Howrah cottage, Calside 
Kinghorn, David, at C. H. Handasyde & Co.'s, Abercorn Oil Works 

— house do. 
Kingsberry, William, baker, 77 High street ; house 8 Camphill 
Kinnear, George, teller, Bank of Scotland — ho. Garnock, Ardrossan 
Kinnear, Robert, traveller, Co-operative Manufacturing Society ; 

house 64 Ashley terrace, Merchiston, Edinburgh 
Kinnes, William, wine and spirit merchant, 25 New street 
Kirk, Alexander, letterpress printer, 27 Wellmeadow — house 53 

High street 
Kirk, George G., glazier, glass embostjer, and . painter, agent for 

Caledonian Plate Glass Insurance Co., 6 Lawn street ; and 

also at 5 to 11 Stockwell place, Glasgow, and 63 King street, 

Rutherglen ; tele. No. 321 — ho, Knockbracken, Arkleston road 
Kirk, James, sub-manager, Elderslie 
Kirk, John, glazier, 27 Wellmeadow 
Kirk, John, confectioner, 7 Lyleslaud ; house do. 
Kirk, Mrs., 27 Wellmeadow 

Kirk, Mrs. Martha, confectioner, 12 Glen street — house do. 
Kirkpatrick, Thomas, keeper Good Templar Halls — house 2 St. 

James street 
Kirk wood, Alexander, baker, 22 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Kirkwood, I^aird, & Co. Ltd., tapestry manufacturers, Blackball 

Kirkwood, Isaac, of Ritchie & Ku'kwood — :house Thornly park 


Kirkwood, George, triiveller to Hugh Lambie — house 18 New Stock 

Kirkwood & Goudie, accountants, house factors, h'censed vahia- 
tors, and insurance agents (successors to John Muir), 23 
Moss street 

Kirkwood, James, spirit merchant, 21 Eroomlands — house 22 do. 

Kirkwood, James, of Kirkwood, Baird, & Co. Ltd. — ho. 22 Broom- 

Kirkwood, William, carting contractor, 134 George st. — ho. 133 do. 

Kirkwood, William, foreman at Mossvale Turning works — house 3 
Russell street 

Kirkwood, Mrs. Wm., Primrose cottage, Carriagehill drive 

Kirkwood, William L., of Kirkwood & Goudie — house Inverkeilor, 
Glasgow road 

Kirkwood, Miss M., dressmaker and draper, 37 Wellmeadow house, 
Quarrelton, Johnstone 

Klickert, S., confectioner, 34 W^ell street; house do. 

Knight, Sons, & Co., cabinetmakers, upholsterers, and house fur- 
nishers, and general clothiers. 111 Causeyside and 19 Gauze st. 

Knight, Samuel H., of Knight, Sons, & Co. — ho. 1 Mathiesou St., 
Whitehaugh drive 

Knox, Alexander, jobbing gardener, 2 Oiikshaw brae 

Knox, George, tailor and clothier, 111 Causeyside; house 12 
Hillview place 

Knox, Robert, yarn salesman ; house 1 7 Carriagehill 

Knox, W., gardener, 4 Blackball buildings 

Knox, Walter, funeral undertaker, 53 Storie st. — ho. do. 

Knox, William T., joiner, 29 Gordon's lane — house 22 Calside 

Knox, Jeanie, dressmaker, 8 West Croft 

Kohn, B-es-L., Jacques, teacher, Grammar School — house 3 Mona 
terrace, Gourock 

Kyle, Andrew, farmer, Muirhead, Elderslie 

Kyle, Robert, farmer, Laigh park 

Kyle, Robert, farmer. South Candren Farm, Blackstoun road 

Kyle, Matthew, farmer, Selvieland, by Paisley 

Kyle, William, clerk to A. & J. W. Oreenlees, 6 Wardrop street 

Kyles, James G., foreman with James Bo^^d & Sons — house 3 
Buchanan terrace 

LABORATORY of Science— conductor, J. M. B. Taylor, 109 

Lace House, The Paisley, fancy drapers, 93 High street 
Laidlaw, M., traveller to Robert Brown & Son, Ltd. — house 3 

Claverins: street 


Laird, Alexander, salesman, 94 High street — house 5 Andrews St. 

Laird, Joseph, dairyman, 12 Gauze street; house 2 Silk street 

Laird, T. D., writer, of T. & W. Walker & Laird— house 1 Royal 

Laird, William, of Robert Wilson & Laird — house 9 Greenlaw 

Laird, Annie, cowfeeder, 3 Garthland street 

Laird, Ellea, teacher Williamsburgh Public School — house 5 
Greenlaw avenue 

Laird, Maggie, dressmaker, 5 Greenlaw avenue 

Lamb, Andrew, wine and spirit merchant, 20 St. James street 

Lamb, James Barr, I.A., architect, surveyor, and measurer, 
licensed property valuator, and insurance agent, 12 High 
street — house Underwood cottage 

Lambie, Hugh, wholesale grocer, 5 Silk street — house Beechwood,, 
Glasgow road 

Lambie, James, warehouseman at Hugh Lambie's — house 5 Silk 

Lambie, Wm. H., restaurateur and purveyor, Royal Oak, 45 Moss 
street — house do. 

Lambie, Mrs. Wm., greengrocer, 12 New Sneddon; ho. 11 Abbey 

Lament & Co., engineers and steam pump makers, Hawkheacl 
Works, Hawkhead. 

Lang, Alexander, 31 High street — house Nenthorn, Riccartsbar av. 

Lang, Andrew D. C.,at James Boyd & Sons' — ho. 3 Park terrace 

Lang, Arthur, farmer, Garneyland, by Inchinnan 

Lang, Benjamin, solicitor, secretary and treasurer to Renfrew- 
shire Agricultural Society, the Paisley Art Institute, the 
Paisley Art Union, and the Renfrewshire Association for the 
promotion of trade, clerk and law agent to the Cowfeeders' and 
Dairymen's Association, and hon secy, to Renfrewshire branch 
Agricultural Experiments Association, 94 High street — house 
Glencairu, Glasgow road 

Lang, David, at Smith Bros & Co. — house Stanley view, Carriage- 
hill drive 

Lang, George, Jun., clerk, Union Bank ; ho. The Cottage, Crosslee 

Lang, Hugh, lath splitter. East Buchanan street — ho. 8 Phillips st. 

Lang, James, of W. J. & W. Lang — house The Glen 

Lang, James, leather and india-rubber merchant and waterproof er^ 
31 High street — house The Glen 

Lang, James, church officer of U.F. Martyrs' church, 9 Sandholes 

Lang, John, sen., wine and spirit merchant, 78 High street — house 
JSFewhall, Glasgow road 


Lang, John, flesher, 55 Caledonia street — house 10 Glen lane 
Lang, John, sen., spirit merchant, 110 George st. — ho. Newhall, 

Glasgow road 
Lang, John M., M.A., LL.B , writer, of Hart, Abercrombie & 

Lang — house 4 Orr square 
Lang, John, jun., wine and spirit merchant, 20 Broomlands — ho. 

17 West brae 
Lang, Matthew, joiner, Murray st. — house Langholm, Greenock rd. 
Lang, Rev. A. Moutgomerie,B.Sc., minister of High Parish church 

— house High Church manse 
Lang, Robert, warehouseman, 3 Mansfield place 
Lang, Robert, warper and skirting manufacturer, 8 Forbes place 

and Marshall's lane — house Stanley view, Carriagehill drive 
Lang, Robert, grain merchant, 4 Glen lane — house do.; tel. No. 167 
Lang, W. J. & W., tanners, 1 and 2 Seedhill 
Lang, William, Sheriff Clerk's Office ; house 27 Causeyside 
Lang, William, o: James Lang, 31 High street ; house 4 Orr sq. 
Lang, William, joiner; house 2 Buchanan terrace 
Lang, William, of W. J. & W. Lang — ho. 4 Orr square 
Lang, William, jun., of W. J. & W. Lang — house Holmhurst, 

Thornley Park 
Lang, Mrs., dairy, 1 Johnston street — house 2 do. 
Lang, Mrs. David, 4 Lylesland terrace 
Lang, Robina, Stanley view, Carriagehill drive 
Langmuir, Robert, potato merchant, George place — house 4 Stow 

Langmuir, Walter, grocer, 19 New Sneddon street — house 1 

Crossflat crescent 
Laphan, Alfred James, inspector, N.S.P.C. to Children ; house 13 

M'Kerrell street 
Lappin, Thomas, boot and shoemaker, 4 Storie street — house 6 

Bridge street 
Lauchlan, Robert, plumber and gasfitter, 17 Sandholes — ho. do. 
Lauchlan, Robert, & Sous, accountants, house factors, property, 

steamship, and insurance agents — office 13 Moss street 
Lauchlan, R., of R. Lauchlan & Sons, 13 Moss street ; house 

Rosen eath, Glasgow road 
Lauchlan, R., jun., of R. Lauchlan & Sons, 13 Moss street; house 

33 Well street 
Lauchlan, William B., of R. Lauchlan & Sons, 13 Moss street; 

house Roseneath, Glasgow road 
Lauder, Mrs. Thomas, draper, 17 Well street 

Law, Francis, confectioner and newsagent, 18 Carriagehill — ho. do. 
Law, Richard, 30 Broomlands 


Law, John, teller, Commercial Bank of Scotland Ltd.; house 

34 Lady lane 
Law, William, auctioneer, appraiser and valuator, 113 Causeyside 

— house 8 Lylesland terrace 
Law, William, caleuderer, 113 Causeyside — house 8 Lylesland 

Law, Mrs , confectioner and fruiterer, 24 Great Hamilton street — 

house do 
Lawrie, E. & M. A., drapers, 12 St. James place — house 3 

Kerr street 
Lawrie, Uenry, with John Kilpatrick & Son — house 13 Thread st. 
Lawrie, John, feuar, 1 Royal terrace 
Lawrie, John, at Galbraith's Stores, 22 Sandholes ; house 10 New 

Lawrie, John, waterpipe layer, Municipal buildings ; house do. 
Lawrie, Robert, broker, 4 New Sneddon ; house do. 
Lawrie, Robert, dairyman, 26 Love street — house do. 
Lawrie, Robert, coachbuilder, 77 and 79 New Sneddon street ; house 

80 do. 
Lawrie, Thomas H., wine and spirit merchant, 24 and 25 Moss st. 

— house 12 Lady lane 
Lawrie, William, organist, Lylesland U.F. Church; house 4 

Whitehaugh terrace 
Lawrie, AVilliam, bower, Lonehead, Inchinnan road — house do. 
Lawrie, William, jobbing gardener, 2 John street 
Lawson's (Ltd.) Clothing and Furnishing House; agent, A. 

Gibson, 8 Townhead terrace 
Lawson, Thomas, draper, 20 Moss street — ^house do. 
Lawson, Agnes, draper, 3 Lawn street and 75 Love street 
Lawson, Miss Agnes, tobacconist and news-agent, 28 Wellmeadow 

— house Hunter street 
Lawson, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant, 85 Causeyside — house 

1 Canal street 
Leckie, Archibald, Benclutha, Glasgow road 
Leckie, Annabella, 5 Gleuview, Barterholm 
Leckie, John, baker, 111 George street— house 5 Walker street 
Lee, James, C.E., Master of Works, 13 Gilmour street — house 

Stanely Green Farm 
Lee, Robert, joiner, cartwright, spring van and lorry builder, and 

smith, 11 to 14 St. James street — house 1a Caledonia street 
Lee, Jane, cowfeeder and dairy, 37 Ferguslie ; house do. 
Lees, A., china and glass merchant, 5 Neilston road 
Lees, Robert M., draper, hosier, and clothier, 38 Moss street — ho. 

15 Abercorn street 


Lees, David, tailor and clothier, 31 Causeyside — house 8 Jane- 
field place 
Legg, Miss, dressmalier, 15 Alice place 
Leggat, Alexander, 10 Alice place 
Leggat, Andrew, clerk at Robert Brown & Son Ltd. — ho. 10 Neilson 

Leggat, David, blacking manufacturer, 15 Great Hamilton street — 

house 10 Union street 
Lehman, Stephen, restaurant, 6 High street — house G Forbes place 
Lehman, Mrs. Stephen, clubmistress, New Club, 6 Forbes place 
Leishman, Annie, Ferguslie Half -Time School ; house 2 Lylesland 

Leishman, Jenny, teacher, Camphill school — house 2 Lylesland ter. 
Leitch, Archibald, baker, 5 George street — house 6 Wardrop street 
Leitch, James, of William Leitch & Son, 2 George place 
Leitch, James, carting foreman. Canal station — house 16 Canal st. 
Leitch, William, & Co , cycle makers, 41 Lady lane ; house 33 do. 
Leitch, William, & Son, fleshers, 3 Old Smithhills ; telephone No. 

1 89 — house 2 George place 
Leitch, William R., hatter, hosier, and glover, 99 High street 
Leitch, William S., butcher, 3 Old Smithhills — ho. 5 Underwood rd» 
Leitch, Mrs. Wm., 6 George street 
Lemay, Mrs., furrier, 57 Canal street 
Lennan, Miss, dressmaker, 4 Wardrop street 
Lennox, James, confectioner and fruiterer, 38 Caledonia street — 

house The Moss, Greenock road 
Leonard, James, of White & Leonard — house 2 Townhead terrace 
Leonard, Mrs., tobacconist and new agent, 15 Gauze street ; ho do^ 
Leslie, William, draper and outfitter, 10 Barclay street — ho. 11 do. 
Leverty, Hugh, at Robert Brown & Son Ltd. ; house Millarston 
Liberal Club (Paisley), 90 High street 

Lighbody, William, gas meter inspector — house 24 Underwood road 
Lilla & Edwards, manufacturers of British India Chutney Sauce — 

works, 7 Clark street 
Lindsay, Archibald^ 17 Kilnside road 
Lindsay, George, general household furnisher, 21 Gauze street;. 

house 3 Crossflat crescent 
Linn, John S., at Smith Bros. & Co.'s — house 1 Maxwell street 
Linside Laundry (Gibson & Reid, proprietors), Cyril street, off Lacy 

street — Receiving office, 32 High street — telephone No. 220B. 

(see advt.) 
Lipton Limited, tea and provision merchants, 98 High street; head 

office, City road, London, E.C. 
Lishman, W. H., at J. & J. Cook's — house 35 Glen street 


Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company, 111) St. Vincent 
street, Glasgow ; manager for Scotland, J. Buyers Black (see 

Livingstone, Daniel, cowfeeder, 20 Gauze street 

Livingstone, David, officer U.F. High church — ho. 3 John street 

Livingstone, Hugh, dairyman, 43 Gordon's lane 

Livingstone, William, M.B., CM., medical practitioner — consulting 
rooms 44 Moss street and 1 Crossflat terrace — house 9 Garth- 
land place 

Lochfield Skating Pond — entrance by Todholm cottage road or 
Colinslee toll road — keeper, James Reid, 11 Neilston street 

Lochhead, Andrew F., B.L., writer, of M'Naughton, Lochhead, & 
M'Callum — house Harmony cottage, Falside 

Lochhead, Daniel, sub-editor Daily Expreaa — house Bute villa, 
Greenlaw drive 

Lochhead, George F., of G. F. Lochhead & Co. — ho. Harecraigs 

Lochhead, G. F., & Co., pawnbrokers and jewellers, and general 
warehousemen, 28 and 29 Causeyside, 1 Gordon's lane, 42 
Great Hamilton street, and 6 Neilston road 

Lochhead, James, boot and shoemaker, 3 Love st. — ho. 20 Glen st. 

Lochhead, James C, bootmaker, 20 Glen street ; house do. 

Lochhead, John, of Peter Kerr & Son, New street mills — house 
Mayora, Kilmalcolm 

Lochhead, Joseph M., cf M'Innes, Mackenzie. & Lochhead, 
sheriff-clerk of Renfrewshire, 7 Gilmour street and Sheriff- 
Court Buildings, St. James st. — ho. The Laurels, Castlehead 

Lochhead, Miss, dressmaker, 36 Canal street 

Lochhead, Mrs. Alexander, confectioner, 11 Old Smithhills 

Lochhead, Mrs., Gleniffer view, Calside 

Lochrie, John, at G. F. Lochhead & Co., pawnbrokers — house 18 
Argyle street 

Lockhart, George, shoemaker, 32 Wellmeadow ; house do. 

Lockie, Robert, carrier, 91 Causeyside — Glasgow quarters, 69 
Ingram street 

Logan, Alexander, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, 20 Old 
Sneddon — house Broomfield, Glasgow road 

Logan, Arthur, manager at Logan Sons, & Co. Ltd., Canal streetj 
house A^'hmacree, Crookston 

Logan, Sons, & Co, Ltd., coal merchants and colliery agents- 
registered office, 13 Canal street, and at Underwood, Saucel 
Potterhill, Ferguslie, and Crookston stations 

Logan & Gardner, shawl manufacturers, Forbes place 

Logan, James, hardware, oil, china, and fancy goods merchant, 
Gauze street — house do. 


Logan, James, & Robert, fishmongers, 20 Wellmeadow house 12 

Townhead terrace 
Logan, Robert, Dean of Guild inspector, Municipal Buildings 

house 49 Caledonia street 
Logan, William, collector of gas accounts— house 66 Back Sned- 
don street 
Logan, Mrs. John, Eidral, Lounsdale road 
Logg, John, clerk. Health department, County buildings— house 17 

Moss street 
Logg, Thomas, at T. F. Reid & Donaldson's — house 17 Moss street 
Longmuir, Bryce, coal merchant, Western coal depot, King street 

— house 15 Argyle street 
Lorimer, J. C, assurance agent, 2 George place 
Lorimer, James C, tobacconist and stationer, 104 Causeyside^ 

house 2 George place 
Lorrimer, William, of W. & J. Lorimer, 49 High street; house do. 
Lorimer, W. & J., complete house furnishers, 49 High street 
Lorimer, Miss E., 3 Park terrace 

Loudon, John, confectioner, 32 Canal street ; house do. 
Loudon, Thomas, secretary to Paisley Trades Council, 16 Well st. 
Loughton, Thos. H., music teacher, 8 M'Kerrell street 
Love, Alex., clerk. Bank of Scotland, Glasgow — ho. 30 Oakshaw st. 
Love, James Baker, 21 Neilston road 

Love, James, superintendent, Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road 
Love, John M., mill foreman, J. & P. Coats (Ltd.)— house 2S 

Love, Malcolm, grocer and provision merchant, 51 Caledonia st. 

house 28 Caledonia street 
Love, Matthew, tailor, 54 Broomlands — house 50 do. 
Love, Thomas, cowfeeder and contractor, 40 Storie street ; ho. do. 
Love, R.. & Co., opticians and photographic material dealers, 103 

High street 
Love, Janet, teacher, Camphill Public School — house 21 St. James 

Love, Jessie Dougall, teacher, Williamsburgh School— house 39 

Love, Mrs., confectioner and draper, 46 Calside 
Love, Mrs., matron. Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road 
Low, F., gamekeeper, 21 Thistle street 
Low, AVilliam, at Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing Society, Ltd. 

— house 18 Moss street 
Lowson, John, manager to Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Ltd. 

house 3 Seedhill 
Luney, James H., cabinetmaker, 32 High street— ho. 42 Lady lane 



Lyall, Anlrew, clerk at J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 4 Whitehaugh 

Lyall, John, plumber, 2 Broomlands — ho. 12 West Campbell street 
Lyall, William, 17 West Campbell street 
Lyell, William Darling, Advocate, Sheriff-Substitute of Renfrew 

and Bute at Paisley ; house Ormlie, Bridge of Weir 
Lyle, Alexander, manager to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.,) 1 Ferguslie 

Lyle, Charles, mercantile clerk, 1 Ferguslie buildings 
Lyle, John, cowfeeder, 25 Lawn street 
Lyle, John, broker, 10 Orchard street — chouse do. 
Lyle, Peter, foreman to William Hutchison, jun., & Co. — house 

George place 
Lyle, William D., clerk with A. Murray — house 28 Kilnside road 
Lyle, William W., cashier to Andrew Foulds & Son, Ltd., 5 Abbey 

street — house 9 Wellmeadow 
Lyle, William, clerk of works, Braehead, Millarston 
Lymbnrn, John — house Gledstane, Bishopton 

Lynn, William, produce merchant, Glasgow— house 32 Williams- 
Lyon, Miss Marjory, teacher of dressmaking. Industrial School — 

house do. 
Lyons, John, coal merchant, 34 Back Sneddon — house do. 
Lyons & M'Neilage, milliners and furnishers, 75 Love street 
Lyons, Miss, of Lyons & M'Neilage — house 29 St. James street 

MADDEN, M., dress and mantle maker, 20 John street 

Maguire, Charles, draper, 16 Storie street — house do. 

Main, Alexander, grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 107 George 

street — house 3 Mansion-house road 
Mains, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 14 Cotton street — house 

16 High street ^ J 

Main, Mrs., 3 Mansion House road ^ 

Mainds, James, sub-manager to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.) — house 10" 

Thistle terrace 
Mair, John, bleachfield manager, Nethercraigs 
Mair, E., clothes mangier, 70 Broomlands 
Mair, Miss Euphemia R., teacher, Nethercraigs 
Maitland, WiUiam, jun,, fishmonger, 54 Caledonia st. — ho. 24 do. 
Malcolm, David, clerk to J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 30 Greenla 

Malcolm, James, of Malcolm & Cockburn — house 35 Canal street 
Mailer, Peter, Firewood factory, Marshall's lane — house 21 Mos 



Malcolm & Cockbnrn, plasterers, 11 Sir Michael street 
Manfield, Arthur S., teacher of music — house 40 High street 
Manwell, Andrew, at Wm. M'Nair's, 21 Wellmeadow — house 22 

King street 
Manwell, John, saddler and harness maker, 11 Broomlands street 

— house 22 King street 
Marshall, Alexander, at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 

1 St. James street 
Marshall, Allan, cabiTjetmaker and upholsterer, 32 Wellmeadow — 

house 37 Well street 
Marshall, James, assistant South Public School — house 22 Glen view 

Marshall, James, wine and spirit merchant, 47 Moss street, 80 

Broomlands, and 9 Gauze street — house Mavisbank cottase 
Marshall, James, blacksmith and chaplet maker, 101 Causeyside-— 

house 12 Barclay street 
Marshall, James A., traveller. Co-operative Manufacturing Society 

■ — house 10 Phillips street 
Marshall, John, & Co., iroufounders, Macdowall street 
Marshall, John, jun., of John Marshall & Co. — house 1 Buchanan 

Marshall, Robert, of John Marshall & Co. — house Glen lane 
Marshall, Thomas, grocer, 21 Sandholes — house Kerrshaw, 

Glasgow road 
Marshall, William, of John Marshall & Co. — house Mossfield, 

Greenock road 
Martin, A., mill foreman, 5 Ferguslie buildings 
Martin, A. D., hosiery and fancy goods, 40 Well street — house 44 

Well street 
Martin, Francis, town clei'k, Municipal buildings ; telegrams, 

" Town Clerk, Paisley ;" telephone No. 254 — house Camphill 

Martin, George, grocer and provision merchant, 102 George street 

— house 5 Neil street 
Martin, George, plumber and gasiitter, 10 Lawn street — house do. 
Martin, John, plumber and gasfitter, 131 George st. — ho. 13 Walker 

Martin, Neil, sub-manager — house 3 Ferguslie buildings 
Martin, Robert, grocer, 37 W^ell street — house do. 
Martin, Robert S., plain and decorative painter, 19 Wallace street 
.Martin, Mrs., confectioner and fruiterer, 150 George street — 

house do. 
Martin, Mrs. R., clothes mangier, 19 Wallace street 
Mason, James, foreman engineer, 4 Ferguslie buildings 


Masonic (Paisley) Hall Co. (Limited) ; hall, 96 High street — 

registered office, 4 Mansfield place — George Fisher, secretary 

and treasurer 
Massey, Alexander, & Sous, butter and egg merchants, 14 Moss st. 

and 31 Wellmeadow 
Master of Works Office, 13 Gilmour street ; telephone No. 278 
Matchett, John, fishmonger and poulterer, 26 Causeyside — house 3 

William street 
Mathers, Alexander, grocer and provision merchant, 20 Broomlands 

— house 18 Sandholes 
Mathers, Mary, fruiterer and florist, 22 Broomlands — house 18 

Matheson, A. & J., accountants and stockbrokers, 95 High street 

— telegraphic address, "Security, Paisley;" telephone No. 238 
Matheson, A. S., at T. F. Reid & Donaldson's — house 37 Well- 
Matheson, Farquhar, measurer, of John Morrison & Matheson, 

Glasgow — iiouse 11 Greenhaugh terrace 
Matheson, Hugh, jun., cashier, John Bryce & Co. — house 11 

Walker street 
Matheson, Johanna A., teacher, East Public School — house 10 

Barterholm road 
Matheson, John, of A. & J. Matheson — house Flowerdale, Meikle- 

riggs — telephone No. 383 
Matheson, John, jun., 95 High street — house Flowerdale, 

Mathie, Angus, farmer and hay merchant, Merksworth 
Mathie, A.L.C.M., Miss, teacher of music, 7 Wellmeadow 
Mathie, William, of Jas. Johnstone & Co., Glasgow — house 131 

George street 
Mathieson, John, tailor and clothier, 1 Old Smithhills — house 

Newhall, Glasgow road 
Mathieson, Peter, carriage hirer, 3 Back Sneddon 
Mathieson, Robert, & Co., tailor and clothier, 9 High street 
Mathieson, Mrs., dressmaker, 2 Springbank road 
Maxwell, Alexander, plasterer, 24 Gordon's lane — ho. 1 Walker street 
Maxwell, James, gardener to Mrs. James Arthur, Barshaw — house 

East lodge, Barshaw 
Maxwell, William, ironmonger, 25 Gauze St. — ho. 30 Kilnside rd. 
Maxwell, Mrs., draper, 26 Caledonia street 
Maxwell, Walter G. S., Quartermaster-Sergeant and Orderly-room 

Sergeant, 4th Batt. A. & S. H. — Barracks, Glasgow road 
Maypole Dairy Co., butter factors, 8 High street — manager John 

Carter, 15 Lang street 


Mearns, Robert, detective inspector, County police office — house 8 

Buchanan terrace, Greenock road 
Mechanical (The) Retorts Company Ltd., chemical manufacturers, 

Murray street ; telephone No. 84 
Megson, William, ground keeper and professional cricketer, The 

Pavilion, Meikleriggs — house 89 Broomlands 
Meikle, James, wine and spirit merchant, 27 New Sneddon — house 

37 New Sneddon 
Meikle, William, joiner, 7 Thread street 
Meiklejohn, Adam, hairdresser, 95 Causeyside— house 162 George 

Meiklejohn, John, plumber, 134 George street— ho. 10 Lady lane 
Mellon, George, sculptor, Cemetery gate, Hawkhead road 
Mellor, H., Inland Revenue officer, Saucel Distillery — house 5 

Greenlaw avenue 
Melrose, George, tobacconist and newsagent, 51 High street — 

house do. 
Melville, Alex., plumber and gasfitter, 34 Causeyside — house do. 
Melville, Daniel, designer, 110 Causeyside 

Melvin, Charles, ironmonger, 1 Broomlands — house 35 Castle street 
Menzies, Archibald, grocer and spirit merchant, 8 Gauze street — 

house 43 High street 
Menzies, Matthew, fruiterer, 1 Wellmeadow — house 7 New street 
Menzies, Robert, clerk to J, & P. Coats (Ltd.)— ho. 15 Thistle 

terrace, Meikleriggs 
Menzies, Miss, Ladies' school, Caversbank 
Metcalfe, Rev. William Musham, D.D., minister of South Parish 

Church — house South manse, Castlehead 
Michael, James, clerk to J. & P. Coats (Ltd.)— ho. 11 Thistle st. 
Miles, James, confectioner, 7 Wellmeadow, 34 Moss street, and 

1 Old Smithhills — house 34 Moss street 
Millar, Alexander, 6 Garthland place 

Miller, A. C, at Barr, Stirrat, & Co.'s.— house 10 Hillview place 
Millar, David, M.R.C.V.S., of Mitchell & Millar, veterinary 

surgeon, AYellington street — house 51 Caledonia street 
Miller, David W., mill foreman, 32 Maxwellton 
Millar, George K., at P. K. Millar & Sons, 32 High street— house 

Jessieville, Sunnyside 
Millar, Harry, gas meter inspector — house 12 Kilnside road 
Millar, James, & Son, yarn merchants, 106 Causeyside 
Millar, James G. C, of James Millar & Son— house Creichmore, 

Millar, James, writer, 40 Oakshaw street 
Millar, James, confectioner, Old toll house, Stonefield 


Millar, James, jobbing gardener, 30 Williamsbiirgh 

Millar, James, 35 M'Kerrell street 

Millar, John, A.S., of P. K. Millar & Sons, 32 High street— house 

Jessieville, Sunnyside 
Millar, John N., of James Millar & Son— house Gateside 
Millar, John, drysalter, oil merchant, and insurance agent, 16 St. 

Vincent place, Glasgow — house East Knowe, Castlehead 
Millar, John, hairdresser, 29 Maxwellton st. — ho. 14 Broomlands 
Millar, John, 11 Lady lane 
Miller, John, 2 Park terrace 

Millar, Jonathan, collector of gas accounts — house 23 Canal street 
Millar, Peter, flesher, 74 Love street — house do. 
Millar, P. K., & Sons, reed and heddle manufacturers, 32 High St. 
Millar, P. K., of P. K. Millar & Sons— ho. Jessieville, Sunnyside 
Millar, Robert, commission agent. Bushes 
Millar, Ihomas, clerk at J. & P. Coats Ltd.— house 4 Townhead 

Millar, William, dairy, 37 Caledonia street — house 3 Andrew street 
Millar, William, foreman carter, 89 George street— house do. 
Millar, William B., of P. K. Millar & Sons, reed and heddle manu- 
facturers, 32 High street — house Jessieville, Sunnyside 
Miller, William P., secretary to R. Wilson, Johnstons & Co. (Ltd.) 

— house Ivanhoe place, 43 Back Sneddon street 
Millar, W. & A., tinsmiths, 10 St. Mirren street 
Miller, Mrs., milliner, 47 George street— house Crossbill, Glasgow 
Millar, Ann, confectioner, 15 Thread street — house do. 
Millar, Helen, 40 Oakshaw street 
Millar, Jane, 40 Oakshaw street 
Millar, Miss, grocer, 6 Cotton street 

Miller, Mrs M. J., milliner and furnisher, 47 George street 
Miller, Mrs., 5 Garthland street 
Millar, Mary B., teacher. Grammar School— house Jessieville, 

Millar, Miss, 40 Oakshaw street 

Miller, Miss, fruiterer and confectioner, 4 Garthland street — ho. 5 do. 
Millar, Mrs., confectioner, 12 Abbey close— house do. 
Millar, Mrs. Andrew, Auchentorlie house 
Mills, Rev. William Fowler, rector, tloly Trinity (Episcopal) 

Church — ho. 60 Love street 
Milne, George, wringer and mangle manufacturer, 2 Gauze street 
Milne, Hugh K., at Isdale & M'Callum's — house 21 Glen view 
Milne, Peter, spirit merchant, 13 High street — house Jack's villa, 

Arkleston road 
Milne, Robert, warehouseman, 21 Glenview terrace 


Milne, R. S., Royal Insiii-ance Coy., Glaso:ow, and 95 High street, 

Paisley — house Royston. Bridge of Weir 
Milne, Robert, accountant, Savings Bank, Johnstone — house 7 

Mavisbank terrace 
Milton, Stephen, hairdresser, 16 Johnston st. — ho. 8 New Stock st. 
Mitchell, Alexander, broker, 15 Maxwellton street and 1 Neil st. 
Mitchell, Alex., flesher, 54: George street — house 32 Newton street 
Mitchell & Miller, V.S., Caledonia horse shoeing forge, 8 Caledonia 

street— house 51 do. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Andrew, feuar, Myrtle bank, Carriagehill 
Mitchell, Andrew, slater, 88 Causeyside 

Mitchell, Arch. P., clerk, British Linen Co. Bank — house Elderslie 
Mitchell, Hodge, & Son, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 94 

Mitchell, James, coal merchant, o2 Newton street 
Mitchell, James, clerk, 9 PhiUips street 
Mitchell, James, manager at Saucel distillery, King street, Saucel 

— house do. 
Mitchell, James, grocer, 32 Newton street 
Mitchell, J., of Murphy, Mitchell. & Co. — house Glasgow 
Mitchell, John, chief attendant, Riccartsbar Asylum 
Mitchell, John, assistant foreman carter, Caledonian Railway Coy. 

(Greenlaw station) ; house 6 Galloway street 
Mitchell, John, wine and spirit merchant and purveyor Commercial 

hotel, 11 High street 
Mitchell, Robert, tailor, clothier, and ladies' costumier, 131 George 

street — house do. 
Mitchell, Robert, Sergeant-major, 2nd Volunteer Batt. A, & S. H., 

Drill Hall, High street — house 10 Broomlands 
Mitchell, Wm., wine and spirit merchant, 19 Carriagehill — house 

Whitecroft, Wester Carriagehill 
Mitchell, Archibald, tobacconist and newsagent, 6 Bank street — 

house 6 Bank street 
Mitchell, Maggie, teacher West Public School — ho. 131 George st. 
Mitchell, Mrs., draper and confectioner, 29 Ferguslie 
Mitchell, Miss E., fruiterer and confectioner, 53 Broomlands — 

house 32 Newton street 
Mo-Car, The Syndicate Limited, Underwood 
Model Lodging-house, Arthur street, off Well street — Hector 

Munro, superintendent 
Moffat, Andrew, carrier, Harvale, Meikleriggs 
Moffat*, Irvine, church officer. Reformed Presbyterian Church — 

house 2 L Well street 
Moffat, James, farmer, Turneyland, Greenock road 


Moffat, John, clerk at Post Office ; house 7 Kerr street, Underwood 

Moffat, William, carrier, Harvale, Meiklerig'gs 
Moir, i^-lexander, head joiner at Kibble Reformatory — house 19 

Greenhill road 
Moir, James, joiner, 32 High street — house 40 do. 
Moir, Margaret, teacher, Neilson Institution — house 274 Maxwell 

road, Pollokshields 
Monaghan, James, at Speirs, Gibb, & Co 's — house 5 Park terrace 
Monaghan, Michael, dairyman, 15 Neilston road — house 28 Stock St. 
Monaghan, William, foreman moulder to Fullerton, Hodgart, & 

Barclay, Ltd. — house 9 V\'^hitehead street 
Moncrieff, John, spirit merchant, 30 Ferguslie — ho. 8 Camphill pi. 
Money, Charles, clerk at J. & P. Coats, Limited — house Whin 

knowe, Meikleriggs 
Money, William, at Galbraith's Store, 62 George street— house 19 

Walker street 
Money, Miss Jenny, music teacher, Whin knowe, Meikleriggs 
Montague, Hugh, fruiterer and confectioner, 12 Eroomlands— ho. 

20 John street 
Montgomery, William, traveller to Speirs, Gibb, & Co. — house 19 

Caledonia street 
Montgomery, Mrs. Henry, 23 Carriagehill 

Moodie, Robert, keeper of Ferguslie Bowling Green ; ho. 9 Mid lane 
Mooney, James, confectioner, 9 School wynd ; ho. do. 
Moorhead, Robert, of Moorhead, Watson, & Co., Glasgow — house 

More, James, clerk of works — house 25 St. James street 
More, Robert, coal merchant. Underwood Coal depot — house 33 

George street 
More, W. PL, clerk to M. Greenlees & Son — house 4 Mary street 
More, Mrs., confectioner, 58 Causeyside ; house do. 
Morris, Andrew, at Robert Paton's — house 133 George street 
Morris, Hugh, gardener. Fountain Gardens 
Morris, John, T.P., 5 Cochran street 

Morris, Noble, boot and shoemaker, 3G Great Hamilton street 
Morris, Thomas, assistant spinning master J. & P. Coats (Ltd) — 

ho. 17 Thistle terrace 
Morris, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 5 Old Sneddon street — 

house do. 
Morrison, Alexander, builder, 56 Back Sneddon — house Norvell^ 

Arkleston road 
Morrison, Alexander, Janestone house. Bushes ; telephone No. 320 
Morrison, Alex., of Morrison & Shaw^, 19 Neilston road 


Morrison, Alexander, writer and depute clerk of Police Court, at 

Francis Martin's — house 1a Williamsburgh 
Morrison, David, builder, 56 Back Sneddon — house Norvelly 

Arkleston road 
Morrison, David A., writer, and fire and life insurance agent. 

hon. secy. N.S.P.C.C., 97 High street — house 3 Calside terrace 
Morrison, Donald, gardener, Netherhill house 
Morrison, Edward, clerk at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 1a Caledonia 

Morrison, Hugh, 3 Silk street 

Morrison, James, spirit merchant, 7 Love st. — ho. 56 Causeyside 
Morrison, Jas., at A. F. Craig & Co.'s (Ltd.) — ho. 2 Park terrace 
Morrison, John, & Sons, coppersmiths, brassfounders, and plumbers^ 

Murray street; telephone No. 118 
Morrison, John, of John Morrison & Sons — house Meadowbank^ 

Greenock road 
Morrison, John, confectioner, 13 West Campbell street; house do. 
Morrison, John, wine and spirit merchant, 43 New street; house 

56 Causeyside 
Morrison, John G., butcher, 2 Bank street — house 10 Phillips street 
Morrison, Peter, shoemaker, 22 Castle street — house do. 
Morrison & Shaw, fleshers, 19 Neilston road 
Morrison, Thomas, juu,, textile warehouseman, Co-operative Manui- 

facturing Society — house 26 New Stock street 
]Morrison, Bessie A., teacher, South Public School — ho. 3 Calside ter. 
Morrison, Mrs., tobacconist and newsagent, 1 George street — house 

8 George street 
Morrison, Mrs., 3 Calside terrace 
Morrison, Mrs., 33 High street 
Mortimer, AVilliam, Ferguslie Public School — house St. Ninians,. 

Mortimer, Mrs. Margaret, ladies nurse, 5 Moss street 
Morton, Andrew, wholesale warehouseman, 19 Causeyside — house 

18 Causeyside 
Morton, George, baker, 73 Love street — house do. 
Morton, J. H., & Co., drapers, 9 George street- — house Albert place^ 

Morton, Pobert, brickbuilder and contractor, Weir street — house 

Edelweiss, GlasgoAV road 
Morton, Annabella M., teacher East Public School — house 4 

Greenlaw avenue 
Morton, Eliza, draper-, 15 Broomlands 
Morton, Marion, hardAvare dealer, 10 Wellmeadow — bouse ld> 

Carbrook street 


Morton, Mary, draper, 36 Well street — ho. Albert place, Espedair 
Morton, Mrs. Jeanie, hosier, 26 Broomlands ; house do. 
Moscardini, P., ice cream and ginger beer manufacturer, 17 Neilston 

road — house do. 
Moss, Mrs., confectioner, 29 Storie street 
Mossvale Works (John Barr, wood turner), Springbank road 
Moye?, John Y., lecturer on practical geometry. Technical School; 

house 12 Ruthven street, Hillhead, Glasgow 
Muir, A. Craig, Ivy bank, 47 Oakshaw street 
Muir, Archibald, tobacconist, cigar merchant, and shipping agent, 

104 High street — house 1 M'Kerrell street 
Muir, Archibald K., Shortroods laundry — house Shortroods house 
Muir, Adam, traveller, 30 Oakshaw street 
Muir, Francis, 15 Greenlaw avenue 
Muir, George L., secretary to Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.) 

— house 12 Greenlaw avenue 
Muir, J. & J., grocers and wine and spirit merchants, 13 Neilston 

road — house 6 Falside 
l^Iuir, James, traveller to John Young & Co. — ho. 1 Janefield pi. 
Muir, John, accountant, and property valuator, — house Annfield 

villa, Castlehead 
Muir, John, cutler, hardware, china, and crystal merchant, 136 

and 137 George street — house do. 
Muir, John, 10 Lady lane 
Muir, John, writer, of Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell, writers. 

County buildings — house Craigielea 
Muir, John, cashier, Co-operative Manufacturing Society — house 

Thorn, Johnstone 
Muir, John, Shortroods house r 

Muir, Joseph, spirit merchant, 20 Abbey street — ho. 7 Bridge street 
Muir, Roger W., Annfield, Castlehead 

Muir, Thomas, fruiterer and florist, 16 High st.; ho. 17 Storie st 
Muir, William, dairyman, 2 Crossflat terrace — house 9 M'Kerrell st. 
Muir, Mrs. David, china merchant, 20 Williamsburgh M 

Muir, Mrs. James, butcher, 20 George street — ho. 3 Camphill il 

Muirhead, Mary, teacher, Ferguslie Public School — ho. 7 George st. 
Muldoon, Mrs James, fishmonger and poulterer, 15 Gauze street — 

house 1 Millar street 
Mulholland, George, confectioner, 16 Maxwelton street ; house do. 
Mungle, John B., at James Gardner, writer — house 7 High street 
Munro, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Wellmeadow — 

house 4 Lylesland terrace 
Munro, Hector, superintendent of Coi-poration Model Lodging 

House, 1 Arthur street 


Munro, Dr. A. Campbell, medical officer for the County of Eenfrew 

— office. County buildings, St, James st. — house Oakbank, 

Munro, James, cutter, Paisley Clothing Company — house 22 

Storie street 
Munro, John, janitor West Public School— house 92 George street 
Munro, John, l)utler at Woodside house ; house 8 Wilson street 
Munro, John, secretary and superintendent of Scottish United 

Reform Friendly Society ; house 5 Phillips street 
Murdoch, Alexander, teacher, Neilson Institution, session clerk for 

Low Parish — parties wishing proclamation of marriage may 

apply to Mr Murdoch, Gallowlea, Meikleriggs 
Murdoch, Robert, & Co., iron and steel merchants, 10 West Croft, 

and at 21 and 23 Robertson street, Glasgow 
Murdoch; Thomas, slater, 52 Causeyside — house 18 New Stock st. 
Murdoch, Mrs. Robert, of Robert Murdoch & Co. — house 7 Park 

Circus place, Glasgow 
Mure, James, photographer to Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. Ltd. — house 

13 West Buchanan street 
Murphy, A. C, of Murphy, Mitchell, & Co. — ho. 3 Mansion-house rd. 
Murphy, Mitchell, & Co., house furnishers and bedding manu- 
facturers, 6 Causeyside 
Alurray, Archibald, house factor and insurance agent, 97 High 

street — house Dunfillan, Mansion-house road 
Murray, David, manager at Adam Hamilton & Sons, Ltd., Black- 
land mill 
Murray, David, & Son, painters and decorators, 15 Gilmour street 

telephone JS^o. 86 
Murray, Georgft, hairdresser, 6 Lawn street — ho. 5 New Stock st. 
Murray, James, master of works for Second or Lower District of 

Renfrewshire — office, County buildings, St. James street — 

house 7 Buchanan terrace 
Murray, James, director of R. Wilson, Johnstons, & Co., Limited, 

starch and corn flour manufacturers, Adelphi Starch works — 

house Beauchamp, Love street 
Murray, Jas., hardware merchant, 3 Ladyburn st.^ — ho. 4 Mossvalest. 
Murray, James, flesher, 4 Mossvale street ; house do. 
Murray, John, Primrose bank, Carriagehill drive 
Murray, John S., gas meter inspector — house Lounsdale 
Murray, John, jun., writer, of M'Innes, M'Kenzie, & Lochhead — 

house 7 Gilmour street 
Murray, John Elliot, banker, Union Bank of Scotland, Limited — 

house Sunnyside 
Murray, John, & Co., hosiery manufacturers, 25 Thread street 


Murray, Matthew, at John M'Lean's— house 12 Townhead terrace 
Murray, Robert H., at P. Henderson & Co.'s, Glasgow — house 

Calsi(]e villa 
Murray, Mrs., grocer, 1a Laighpark — house do. 
Mursell, Rev. Walter A., minister of Thomas Coats Memorial 

Church^ — house Marchmont, Potterhill 
Museum (Free Public) and Picture Gallery, High street — J. M. B. 

Taylor, curator (see appendix) 
Moyes, Henry, confectioner, 71 Canal street 
Myles, Robert, cowfeeder, 2 Moncrieff street 
Mylel, Samuel, broker and general dealer, 3 Carriagehill — house 

27 do. 

M'ADAM, Daniel, grocer, 4 Howie street — house 5 do. 
Macadam, George, Paisley and Glasgow carrier, 13 Sir Michael 

street; house 6 do. 
M'AUister, Alexander, writer, 48 Moss street — house Croftdene, 

Hawkhead road ; telephone No. 243 
M'AUister, Daniel, foreman, Daily Expre8s office ; house 20 Glen 

Macalaster, James M., insurance broker, 7 Royal Bank place, 

Glasgow — house Muirholm, Calside avenue 
Macalaster, John — house Muirholm, Calside avenue 
M'AUister, John, confectioner and fruiterer, 19 Barclay street — 

house do. 
Macalister, John H., manufacturer, 9 Cochran street, Glasgow — 

house The Ferns, Sunnyside 
Macalaster, William, Muirholm, Calside avenue 
M'AUister, Catherine, green grocer, 9 Stock st. — house 1 Union st, 
M'AUister, Miss, dressmaker, 1 Underwood lane ; house do. 
M' Alpine, A., 2 Lylesland terrace 
M'Alpine, Andrew, traveller to John Spence & Sons — house 3 

John street 
M'Alpine, David, tobacconist, 30 Old Sneddon — house 1 Incle st. 
M'Alpine, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 6 New Sneddon st. 

— house Maybank villa, Arkleston road 
M'Anclrew, John, agent, 34 New Sneddon 

M'Andrew, Julia, teacher SouthPublic School — ho. 34 New Sneddon 
M'Ardle, Patrick James, retired. Inland Revenue officer, 1 Crossflat 

M' Arthur, J. & J., tailors and clothiers, 8 Causeyside ; house 

Rowanlea, Greenlaw drive 
Macarthnr, John N., M.B., 3 Castle street — consulting room, 81 

High street — Telephone, 6X — house 3 Castle street 


M'xii-thur, John, joiner, 3 West Buchanan st. — house 23 George st. 
M' Arthur, Robert, at Robt. Brown & Son, Ltd. — house Woodlea, 

Macarthur, Robert Angus, teacher, Carbrook Street School ; house 

I Townhead terrace 

M' Arthur, Misses, Saucel Bank 

M'Auley, Daniel, foreman to John Highgate & Co. — house 4 

Pattison street 
Macaulay, John, gardener and contractor, 5 Castle street; ho. do. 
Macaulay, John D., at Commercial Bank (West-end branch); ho. 

II Albert place, Espedair 

M'Aulay, Mary, Camphill School ; house 5 Park ter.. Underwood 

M'Aulay, Mrs., broker, 5 Qween street ; house do. 

M'Ausland, Mrs. Alexander — house Meikleriggs 

M'Ausland, William, boot and shoemaker, 14 High street house 

o Blackball buildings 
M'Beth, Duncan, tailor and clothier, 99 George street — ho. 93 do. 
M' Bride, Samuel, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Silk street 
M-Bride, Stephen, general dealer, 2 Storie street 
M'Bride, Thomas, master of works Anchor Thread Works, 13 

Seedhill road 
M'Bride, Miss, 37 New street 

M'Call, George W., fire insurance agent, 19 Greenhill road — ho. do. 
M'Callum, Andrew F., of J. & J. M'Callum, Ltd.— house Claremont, 

M'Callum, A. M., at J. & J. Cook's— house 4 Whitehaugh terrace 
M'Callum, Archibald, traveller, 32 High street 
M'Callum, Archibald, baker, 31 Well street — house do. 
M-Callum, Charles E., 4 Mansfield place 

M'Callum, John, of J. & J. M'Callum. Ltd.— Ardskipness, Blackhall 
M'Callum, J. & J., Ltd., hank yarn dyers, Laighpark Dyeworks 
M'Callum, John M., of Isdale & M'Callum— house Southdene, 

M'Callum, John, M.A., of Isdale & M'Callum— house Thornlypark, 

Potterhill ^r » 

M'Callum, Julius F., M.A., LL.B., writer, of M'Naughton, Loch- 
head, & M'Callum — house Mayfield, Sunnyside 

M'Callum, Neil, at Smith Bros. & Co.— house 2 Janefield place 

Macallum, William, at William Walsh's — house 10 Wellmeadow 

Macallum, William, tailor and clothier, 10 Wellmeadow — house do. 

M'Callum, Jane, drapery warehouse, 10 Wellmeadow — house do. 

M'Callum, Janet, dressmaker, 50 Storie street 

M'Cartney, John, steel barrow maker, 16 Causeyside street — house 
21 Argyle street 


M'Cance, H., draper, 5 Lylesland — house do. ' 

Macliire, Andrew, manager Gleniffer Soap works — house 10 

South Portland street, Glasgow 
M'Clure, Miss, staymaker, 11 Saucel 

M'Colgan, Mrs, John, spirit merchant, 16 Gauze st. — ho. 12 Incle st. 
M'Coll, Daniel B., clerk at Post Otfice — house 2 Ralston cottages^ 

M'Coll, James, contractor, 15 Abbey close — house 24 Abbey street 
M'Coll, Rev. John, MA., minister of Lylesland U.K. Church — ho. 

The Bushes 
M'Coll, Neil, farmer, Mid Walkinshaw, Greenock road 
M'Connachie, William, family grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 

71 Love street^ — house 57 Love street 
M'Connell, John, dressmaker, 7 Bridge street. Burgh — house do. 
M'Connell, Wm., salesman, Equitable Co-op. Society, Ltd., 29 

Causey side 
M'Corkindale, Agnes, confectioner and fruiterer, 60 George street ; 

house do. 
M'Cormack, Stephen, bookseller, stationer, and ironmonger, 35 

M'Kerrell street — house do. 
M'Cormick, James, cooper, Marshall's lane — house 7 Mill street 
M'Cowan, Robert T., chemist, Member of the Pharmaceutical 

Society, Paisley apothecaries' hall, 8 High street, 23 Gauze 

street, and 9 Broomlands — ho. Millerville, GlasgoAV road 
M'Cowan, Mrs., dress and mantlemaker, 5 County place 
M'Cowatt, Stewart, station master, Gilmour street station, and 

agent for Railway Passenger Assurance Company — house 1 

Underwood road 
M'Cracken, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 17 Gauze street; house 

Dunadary, Hawkhead road 
M'Crae, R., tailor and clothier, 23 School wynd — house 11 White- 
head street 
M'Creery, F.. assistant superintendent Prudential Assurance Co 

(Ltd.) — house 4 Crossflat crescent 
M'Creery, F., confectioner, 15 Neilston road — house 4 Crossflat 

M'Creary. John, superintendent, Prudential Assurance Co. ; house 

5 Greenlaw terrace 
M'Creery, John, & Sons, saddlers and harness makers, 2 County 

place and 1 1 Moss street — house 3 Buchanan terrace, 

Greenock road 
M'Crindle, James, sheriff clerk depute, Sheriff Court House; house 

18 Oakshaw 
M'Crory, Mrs. Sarah, draper, 21 Lawn street; house do. 


M'Crone, William, painter and decorator, 73 Broomlands— house 

1 Sutherland street 
M'Crossan, F. "W., wine and spirit merchant, 68 Canal street — 

house 23 Canal street 
M'Crossan, William, tobacconist, 42 Moss street — house 70 Love st. 
M'Culloch, David, of Duff & Miller ; ho, Norwood, Kelburn drive 
M'Culloch. A. D., officer. Inland Revenue office, 4 tSchool Wynd ; 

house 9 Hill view place 
M'Culloch, Robert, at MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison's; house 637 

Alexandra parade, Glasgow 
M'Culloch, William, collector's clerk. Parish Council office; house 

132 George street 
M'Curdie, James, manager at Geo. Wilson & Co.'s — house 27 

George street 
M'Cutchion, Andrew, secy, of 1st Municipal Ward Committee, 27 

M'Cutchion, John, at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 3 King st., west 
M'Dade, Daniel, foreman patternmaker, Thistle works — house 5 

Douglas terrace 
M'Dermott, Bernard, cowfeeder and dairy, 13 Ferguslie ; house do^ 
M'Dermid, Charles, cowfeeder, 8 North Croft 
M'Diarmid, Duncan, nurseryman and florist, Ladyburn nurserj^ 

Mews lane, Gates'de — house do. 
M'Dermid, Mrs , cimfectioner, 32 Storie street 
Macdonald, A., furrier, 29 High street 
M' Donald, Allan, boot and shoemaker, 6 Neilston street 
Macdonald, Alex., & Co., Ltd., Aberdeen Granite Works, 67 Stirling- 
road, Glasgow (see advt.) 
M'Donald, David, coachman, Hawkhead stables 
M'Donald, David P., M.A., South School; house 6 Neilston street 
M'Donald, Duncan, gardener to James Coats, jun — house Ivj 

cottage, Millarston 
M'Donald, Hugh, flesher, 78 Broomlands — house 14 Clavering st, 
M'Donald, Jas., bootmaker, 37 Moss street — ho. East lodge, Ralston 
M'Donald, James A. M., merchant tailor, 10 High street — house 151 

Whitehill, Dennistoun, Glasgow 
Macdonald, Jas. S., Fernlea, Glasgow road 
M'Donald, John, Paisley and Glasgow carrier, and agent for Sutton 

& Co., continental carriers, East Buchanan street — house 

Greenlaw cottage 
M'Donald, John, foreman to Cowan & Co., Canal Goods st'ation — 

house 3 Cotton street 
M'Donald, Rev. John, R.C. clergyman St. Mary's, George street — 

house 73 George street 


M' Donald, Peter M'N., keeper of Priorscroft bowling green — ho. 

1 Bute place 
M'Donald, Robert, provision merchant, 18 George st. — ho. 34 do. 
Macdonald, Stewart, & Stewart, chartered accountants, 13 St. 

James place, and at 116 Hope st. Glasgow (telephone No. 212) 
M'Donald, W. J. F., at James A. M. M'Donald's — house 151 

Whitehill street, Dennistouu, Glasgow 
Macdonald, Georgina, teacher, Neilson Institution — house 38 

New street 
M'Donald, Mary, grocer, 3 Williamsburgh 
M'Donald, Miss, confectioner, 24 New Smithhills 
M'Donald, Misses, dressmakers and boys' suitmakers, 12 Hillview pi. 
M'Donald, Mrs., confectioner, 5 Well street — house do. 
3Iacdonald, Mrs. J., 23 Moss street 
M'Donald, Mrs. R., draper, 19 Broomlands ; house do. 
M'Dougal, Allan, bookseller and stationer. Terrace buildings, 109 

High street — house 16 Seedhill road 
M'Dougall, Alexander, manager, with Cooper & Co., 78 Broom- 
lands — house 23 Queen street 
Macdougall, A. M., commission agent — house 4 Whitehaugh terrace 
M'Dougal Brothers, manufacturing stationers and booksellers, 4 

Moss street and 106 Causeyside 
M'Dougall, Daniel, keeper of Brodie Park, Brodie Park lodge 
M'Dougall, Duncan, with James M'Kean & Son — house 20 

Underwood road 
M'Dougall, Hugh, gas meter inspector — ho. 11 Carbrook street 
Macdougall, Hugh, cashier at James Millar & Son's — house 4 

Greenlaw terrace — agent for Lancashire Insurance Company 
M'Dougal, James A., of M'Dougal Brothers — house 2 Janefield placi 
M'Dougall, James C, draughtsman, 7 Mavisbank terrace i 

M'Dougal, John, of M''Dougal Brothers — house Dunolly, Mansion-^ 

house road 
M'Dougall, Washington Guthrie, law clerk, with Benjamin Lang; 

house 7 Mavisbank terrace 
M'Dougall, Johanna, 7 Mavisbank terrace 

M'Dougall, D., with James M'Kean & Son — ho. 20 Underwood rd. 
Macdougall, Mrs., cowfeeder, 13 Incle street 

Macdougall, Miss, dress and mautlemaker, 84 High street ; house do. 
M'Dougall, William, T.P., 19 Underwood lane 
M'Dowall, James, flesher, 41 Ferguslie 
M'Dowall & Irvine, dress and mantle makers, 85 High street — 

house do. 
.M'Eachram, Mrs , fancy goods merchant, 98 Causeyside 
M'Ewan, Archibald, coal merchant — house 20 North Croft 


M'Ewen, James, church officer, Georg-e Street Baptist Church 

house 142 George street 
M'Fadyen & CiumiDgham, engineers, smiths, and millwrio-hts, 21 

Neilstou road 
M'Fadyen, Angus, joiner and building contractor, Colinslee house 

Corra Linn, Colinslee 
M'Fadyen, Archibald, writer, at R. & T. Russell's — house 3 Reo-ent 

Park terrace, Strathbungo 
M'P'adyen, Archibald, janitor Beaconsfield Club — house do. 
M'Fadyen, John, of M'Fadyen & Cunningham — ho. 9 Mavisbank 

M'Fadyen, Walter, manager, Co-Operative Manufacturing Society 

— ho. Briarbank, Potterhill 
M'Fater, John, joiner, Industrial School — house Industrial School 

lodge, Albion street 
Macfarlane, Alexander, hon. secy. Beaconsfield Club, and secy. 

Western office, Glasgow, of the National Union of Conservative 

Associations for Scotland — house 5 South Orr street 
M'Farlane, Alexander, hairdresser, 22 Kilnside road — house 17 do. 
M'Farlane, Alexander, bootmaker, 1 George street and 95 Causey- 
side — house 13 Albert place, Espedair 
Macfarlane, Alexander, teller at British Linen Coy.'s Bank, Govatl • 

house Caversbank, 7 Hunter street 
Macfarlane, Alex , Jun.,at MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison's house 

South Orr street 
Macfarlan, A. A., secretary to the Mechanical Retorts Coy., Ltd. 

— house 14 Derby crescent, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Macfarlane & Co., wholesale wine and spirit merchants, 29 

Lady lane 
Macfarlane, D., & Sous, Ltd. (branch of British Cotton and Wool 

Dyers' Association, Ltd., dyers and finishers). Underwood Road 

Macfarlane, D., of D. Macfarlane & Sons, Ltd., dyer ho. West- 
march house 
Macfarlane, Daniel, grocer and provision merchant, 34 Canal st. • 

house 2 Unsted place 
Macfarlane, George, officer U.F. Middle Church, 2 George place 
M'Farlane, Graham J., Beltrees 
Macfarlane, James B., cashier to James Stewart & Co. house 

Newholme, Blackball 
M'Farlane, James, foreman engineer — house 4 Ferguslie buildino-s 
M'Farlane, John, at Yielder & Co.'s, lOa High street; house do.* 
M'Farlane, John, of Allan & M'Farlane ; ho. 4 Whitehead street 
M'Farlane, John Graham, Beltrees 



M'Farlaiie, John, bird and seed merchant, 22 Old Sneddon — house 

11 M'Kerrell street 
Macfarlane, John, B.L., writer, 7 Hio^h st. — ho. 13 Greenlaw avenue 
MacFarlane, Malcolm, at J. B. Lamb's, 12 High street — houseP 

Gleniffer view, Elderslie 
M'Farlane, Malcolm, wood merchant, Wallneuk Sawmills — house 

Patrick Bank, 1 Whitehaugh drive 
Macfarlane, Malcolm, of John Clark & Co. — ho. 1 Whitehaugh drive 
Macfarlane, T. S., of D. Macfarlane & Sons, Ltd., dyer — ho. Fernie- 

knowe, Bridge of Weir 
M'Farlane, 'Hiomas, clerk at John Spence & Sons' ; house 116 

George street 
M'Farlane, Agnes, confectioner, 38 New street — ho. 2 George place 
Macfarlane, Helen P., teacher, Camphill Street School ; house 

2 Lylesland terrace 
Macfarlane, Mary, confectioner, 24 W^ellmeadow — house 1 Castle st. 
Macfarlane, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 29 Lady lane — house 

Carriagehill drive 
Macfedries, W. B., painter and decorator, sign, ticket, glass writer 

and gilder, 32 High st. — house 2 Churchhill 
Macfee, H. M., of H. M. Macfee & Co.— ho. Marguerite, Blackball 
Macfee, H. M., & Co., Gateside Oil and Paint Works, Niddry st. ; 

house Marguerite, Blackball 
Macfee, John, seedsman, 3 Moss street (see advt.), tele. No. 228 
Macfee, Robert, seedsman, 3 Moss street, secretary Paisley Horti- 
cultural Society — house 21 Oakshaw street 
MacFee, Mrs., 21 Wellmeadow 

M'Gallan, James S., coal merchant — house 10 HillvicAv 
M'Gallan, John G., hairdresser, 5 Old Sneddon — ho. 5 Camphill pL 
M'Garrity, Charles, boot and shoemaker, 5 St. James street — house 

9 Douglas street 
M'Garroch, William, tailor, Kibble Reformatory, Greenock road — 

house 53 Caledonia street 
M'Geachy, James, & Son, bedding manufacturers, 49 Moss street 
M'Geoch, Andrew, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon and burgh 

inspector, 3 and 4 Mill st. ; ho. 1 Christie st. Telephone No. 1 65- 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, coach and ambulance van builders, Abercorn 

Carriage works, 3 and 4 Mill street (tel. No. 165). See advt. 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, horse shoers and general jobbing smiths,. 

4 Mill street; telephone No. 165 
M'Geoch, George, watchmaker & jeweller, 7 Wellmeadow — house 

9 Camphill 
M'Geoch, James, motor engineer, 3 and 4 Mill street and 1 and 2 

Millar street; house 1 Christie street ; tel. No. 165 (see advt.) 


PAISLEY directory:. 115 

M'Geoch, John M'L., architectural draughtsman, with W. D. 

M'Leiiiiaij — house 1 Christie street 
M'Geoch, Leiinie, of John Mackay & Co., pawnbrokers — house 31 

Gauze street 
M'Geoch, William, cashier to Pollock & Cochrane — house Fereneze 

view, Mary street 
M'George, John, baker and confectioner, 105 George street — 

house 1 Walker street 
M'Gee, A. B., 2 Caledonia street 
M'Gee, John, spirit merchant, 87 Canal street and 8 Wardrop st. — 

house '26 George street 
M'Gee, Walter, engineer, of W. M'Gee & Son Ltd., Albion works- 
house Carnassarie, Mansion house road, Greenlaw 
M'Gee, Walter, miller, grain, hay, and straw merchant, Bridge 

Street Grain mills, 8 Bridge street — ho. Hazeldene, Blackball ; 

telephone No., 225 
M'Gee, Walter, & Son Ltd , engineers, millwrights, machine and 

tool makers, Albion works, Laighpark. Telephone No., 137 ; 

telegraph, " Albion, Paisley." 
M'Gee, Mrs. David, Thornbeck, Mansion-house road 
M'Ghee, A., machinery and commission merchant, 32 Old Sneddon 

—ho.. 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Ghee, Bernard, grocer, 88 New Sneddon street — ho. 86 New 

Sneddon street 
M'Ghee, John, slater, 38 Storie street — house do. 
M'Ghee, Patrick, wine and spirit merchant, 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Ghee, Thomas, confectioner, 52 Broomlands — ho. 9 Johnston st. 
M'Ghee, William, baker and purveyor, 47 High St. — ho. 9 Lady lane 
M'Ghee, William, builder, 27 Underwood — -house 39 Well. street 
M'Gibbon, George, Eastmount, Hawkhead road 
M'Gibbon. George, of R. F. M'Gibbon & Son ; house Eastmount, 

Hawkhead road 
M'Gibbon. James, of John M'Gibbon & Son, 43 High street 
M'Gibbon, John, & Son, drapers, 47 High street — house 43 do. 
M'Gibbon, Richard F., & Son., watchmakers and jewellers, 4 Moss st. 
M'Gibbon, William, 4 Calside 
M'Gill, James, traveller with Isdale & M'Callum — house Brynerw, 

Bridge of Weir 
M'Gill, John, grain merchant, 12 Old Sneddon — house 65 Back 

Sneddon street 
M'Glade, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 43 Moss street ; house 

9 Cotton street 
M'Glashan, Alexander, Inland Revenue officer. Bonded Warehouse, 

Scho 4 Wynd— house Park terrace, Underwood 

116 rAisu:Y directory. 

M'Glashan, Alexander, tailor and clothier, 109 Causeyside — house 

18 Moss street 
M'Glashan, Duncan, launcb builder and engineer, Clyde Machine 

and tool works, Henderson street — house Southbank 
M'Glashan, James, & Co., furniture warehousemen, 32 Causeyside 

— house 1 6 Johristcm street 
M'Glashan, James, of James M'Glashan & Co. — ho. 16 Johnston 

M'Glinn, John, confectioner, 44 Storie street 
M'Goldrick, James, confectioner, 11 Saucel ; house do. 
M'Gown, Adam, of Adam M'Gown & Son — house Rosehall 
M'Gown, Adam, & Son, Government contractors and manufac- 
turers of engine-cleaning waste, sponge cloths, &c., Williams- 

bui'gh works 
M'Gown, Duncan, of Adam M^Govvn & Son — ho. 32 Williamsburgh 
M'Gown, Thomas, cashier at James Harvey & Co.'s, Ltd. — house 

2 Colinslee terrace 
M'Gowan, Mrs. W. G. Camphill 

M'Grath, Mrs. Patrick, broker, 4 Lawn street ; house do. 
M'Gregor, Alexander, gardener, ^'ewark 
M'Gregor, Charles, spirit merchant, 9 North Croft 
M'Gregor, Donald, of M'Gregor & Kerr — house 23 Wellmeadow 
M'Gregor, James, newsagent, 68 Causeyside — house do. /-| 

Macgregor, John Ross, Lonend cottage 

M'Gregor & Kerr, cord manufacturers, Falcon works, Greenhill rd. 
M'Greo-or & Young, milliners, 23 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Macgregor, Misses, Lonend house 
MacGreaor, Mrs James, 1 Royal terace 
M'Gregor, Mrs., private boarding-house, 12 Abbey Close 
M'Gregor, Mrs. confectioner, 2 Stirling street; house do. 
M'Gregor, Miss Jane, dressmaker and furnisher, 18 Williamsburgh 

— house 18 do. 
M'Guire, James, of J. & W. M'Guire ; house Moss-side place, 

Greenock road 
M'Guire, J. & W., tailors and clothiers, 99 High street 
M'Guire, William, of J. & W. M'Guire ; ho. 10 M'Kenzie street 
M'Hardie, Robert, gardener, Gallowhill 

M'lTuo-h, Margaret, fruiterer, 28 New Smithhills — house 5 do. 
M'Houl,'james, at Galbreath Bros. — ho, 3 M'Kerrell street 
M'Hutchison, David, grocer and provision merchant, 10 Broomlands 

house 81 Broomlands 

M'llwham, James, funeral undertaker, 59 Storie street 

M'llwrick, William J., photographic artist, 98 High street, telephone 

No. 355— house 2 Niddry street (see advt.) 


Mucrndoe, William, draper, 29 Causeyside — house Laurel Bank, 

Nelson street 
M'Indoe, Mrs., cowfeeder, Park dairy, 1 9 Underwood lane — ho. do. 
M'Innes, Donald, fancy goods dealer, 6 Storie street; house do. 
M'Innes, W., joiner, Clavering street — house 12 Well street 
M'Innes, John, wine and spirit merchant, 37 Ferguslie — house 

Ravenswood, Elderslie 
M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead. writers, 7 Gilmour street 
M'Innes, Robert, weaver; house 26 New Stock street 
M'Innes, Mrs. John, The cottage, 12 Sandholes 
M'Innes, Mary, confectioner, 11 Carriagehill — house 1 Rosebery pi. 
M'Intosh, Sergeant James, janitor and drill instructor, Grammar 

School ; house 3 Crossflat crescent 
Macintosh, Robert, warehouseman, at Logan & Gardner's — house 

4 Gladstone terrace 
M'Intyre & Co., drapers, 18 Moss street 
JNlacintyre, Geo., local Era correspondent, 23 Argyle street 
INI'Intyre, James, grocer, 9 Kilnside road — house 6 Clarence street 
M'Intyre, James, jun., slater, 33 Glen street — house 2 Crossflat 

M'Intyre, Jno., flesher, 107 George street — house 36 Fulbar street, 

INI'Intyre, John, commission agent, Glasgow ; house 21 Oakshaw st. 
M'Intyre, Peter, hairdresser and tobacconist, 8 St. James place — 

house 18 Greenhill road 
M'Intyre, Peter, grocer and provision merchant, 99 Causeyside and 

17 Cotton street — house 25 Causeyside 
IM'Intyre, Robert, flesher, 30 Canal street — house 5 Camphill 
M'Intyre, R, Jun., of Smith & M'Intyre; house Auchengower, 

Glasgow road 
M'Intyre, Thomas, warehouseman, Glasgow — house Estinvar, 

Hawkhead road 
M'Intyre, Walter, assistant superintendent. Prudential Assurance 

Coy., Ltd., 8 St. Mirren street ; house 41 Mill street 
Macintyre, William, jun., & Co., manufacturers of cardboards and 

surface papers — works Blackball mill 
M'Intyre, Isabella, teacher, Williamsburgh School — house Auchen- 
gower, Glasgow road 
M'Intyre, Miss, matron of Day Nursery, 19 Storie street 
M'Intyre, Mrs. A., wine and spirit merchant, 33 Causeyside — ho. do. 
M'Intyre, Marion, of M'Intyre & Co., drapers ; house Stonfield 
M'Intyre, Mrs. Neil, cowfeeder, 6 Caledonia street; house 3 do. 
MTvor, George, teacher, Industrial School, Albion street ; ho. do. 
M'Kaig, Andrew, confectioner, 26 Glen street — house do. 


M'Kaig, Thomas, brick manufacturer and builder, Victoria brick- 
works, 28 Love street — house St. Helen's, Greenock road 

M'Kay, Miss A., draper, 3 Moss street — house East View villa, 
Glasgow road 

Mackay, Daniel A., joiner, 25 Abbey street — house 5 Stra-riach 

Mackay, John, & Co., pawnbrokers, 32 Gauze street, 7 Broomlands, 
8 Back Sneddon, 12 Old Sneddon, 9 Abbey St., and 1 Queen st. 

Mackay, John, of J. & E. Macka}^ — house 9 Townhead terrace 

M'Kay, Hugh, church officer, St. Columba Gaelic Church ; house 6 
Barclay street 

M'Kay, John, jun., outfitter, 3 Old Sneddon— house East View 
villa, Glasgow road 

Mackay, John, junior master, Oakshaw Public School — house 
Annfield place 

Mackay, Neil, of John Mackay & Co., pawnbrokers — ho. Norwood, 

Mackay, J. & E., drapers, milliners, and dressmakers, 29 High st. 

Mackay, Miss M. A., masseuse, 6 New street 

Mackay, Mrs., ladies' nurse, 50 Broomlands 

MacKean, James A., J.P., Maryfield, Calside 

M-Kean, James, cashier to W. Caldwell & Co.— house 3 Buchanan 

MacKean, Jas. A. D., of Wm. MacKean, Ltd., 8 Garthland place 

M'Kean, James, & Son, wine and spirit merchants, 63 Causeyside 
and 50 Love street — house Newton bank. Castlehead 

MacKean, Norman M., of AVm. MacKean Ltd. — house 7 King 
street (west) 

MacKean, Robert, baker, 52 Caledonia street — house 18 We'l street 

MacKean, William, Ltd., starch manufacturers, St. Mirren's works, 
Macdowall street 

M'Kean, William, baker, 4 Old Smithhills — house do. 

MacKean, Wm. Muir, of Wm. MacKean. Ltd., Milton house, Love st. 

MacKean, William Muir, jun., of William MacKean, Ltd. ; house 
Milton house. Love street 

M'Kean, Agnes, wine and spirit merchant, 75 Broomlands — house 

M'Kean, Margaret F., wine and spirit merchant, 100 George street 
— house Newtonbank, Castlehead 

M'Kean, Miss, 36 High street 

MacKean, Mrs. William, 8 Garthland place 

M'Kechnie, Miss Eliz., fruiterer and confectioner, 2 Well street- 
house 18 VVelhiieadow 

M'Kechnie, Joseph, of Campbell & M^Kechnie; ho. 84 New Sneddon 

M'Kechnie, Joseph, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Old Smithhills 


M Kellar & Fyfe, joiners, 51 High street 

M Kellar, Archibald, licensed grocer, 84 Causeyside — house 27 

George street 
MacKellar, Crawford H., architectural draughtsman with W. D, 

M'Lennan. architect, 96 High street — house Enderby, 

Arkleston road 
M'Kellar, Daniel, grocer, 28 George street — ho. Greenhill cottage, 

MacKellar, W. R, provision merchant, 35 High street — house 

8 Townhead terrace 
MacKellar, Daniel, licensed grocer, 12 Broomlands — house Trigney, 

M'Kellar, Henry, of M'Kellar & Fyfe ; house St James street 
MacKellar, Joseph J., of William Johnston & Co. — ho. Arkleston 

M'Kellar, M., boot and shoe maker, 16 Causeyside — ho. 3 Ross street 
Mackellar, J. Douglas, music teacher, organist and choirmaster, 

Ralston U.F. Church, local representative Victoria College of 

Music. London, 11 M'Kerrell street 
M'Kellar, William, news-agent, &c., 6 New Smithhills — house 13 

Lady lane 
M'Kellar, Agnes, L.L.A., teacher Camphill School — ho. Greenhill 

cottage. Underwood road 
M'Kellar, Mary, assistant teacher, Ferguslie Public School, Green- 
hill cottage. Underwood road 
MacKellar, Mrs. Matthew H., wine merchant, 35 High street — ho. 

Trigney, Ralston 
M'Kelvie, Mary, ironmonger, 53 Broomlands ; house 54 do. 
Mackendrick, Alex. B., writer, with T. & W. Walker i& Laird; 

house 5 Royal terrace. Queen's Park, Glasgow 
M'Kendrick, Matthew, hairdresser, 82 Broomlands; house 2 

M'Kendrick, William, boot and shoemaker, 13 Newton street 

house 30 Argyle street 
MacKenna, John George, M.B.,Ch.B.,D.P.H., medical practitioner 

Infectious Diseases Hospital — house do. 
Mackenzie, Alexander Roderick, M.A., LL.B., of M'Innes, Mac- 
kenzie, & Lochhead — house St. Catherine's, Stanely road 
Mackenzie, Archibald, of Mackenzie Brothers — house Milliken, 

Mackenzie Brothers, starch and corn flour manufacturers, Caledonia 

works, Murray street 
Mackenzie, Daniel, of Mackenzie Brothers — house Milliken 



M'-Keiizie, Donald D., confectioner and fruiterer, 36 M'Kerrell st. 

Mackenzie, George S., of Mackenzie Brothers— ho. North GreenhiU 

M'Kenzie, Hector, wine and spirit merchant, 48 High street — 
house do. 

M'Kenzie, Hugh, South Parish Session Clerk, 88 Causeyside — 
house do. 

Mackenzie, James, cashier Paisley Parish Council — house 10 Town- 
head terrace 

Mackenzie, William, writer at R. & T. Russell's — ho. Auchendrain, 

Mackenzie, Annie, teacher. Grammar School — house 22 St. James 

Mackenzie, Evelyn F., teacher, Williamsburgh school — house 22 
St. James street 

Mackenzie, Miss, music teacher, 8 Townhead terrace ; house do. 

MacKerracher, James G., secretary and treasurer Good Templar 
Halls ; house 9 Walton street, Shawlands, Glasgow 

M'Kie, James, cattle dealer, 2 Maxwellton st. — ho. 14 Broomlands 

Mackie, Robert, town's foreman causewayer, 3 Abbey terrace 

Mackie, Miss, confectioner, 2 Sraithhills — house C.rossflat crescent 

M'Kim Brothers, brush and mop manufacturers and waste dealers, 
Hawkhead road 

M'Kim, Samuel, of M'Kim Bros. — house Janetta cottage, Hawk- 
head road 

M'Kim, William, of M'Kim Bros. — house Janetta cottage, Hawkhead 

M'Kinlay, Duncan, chief sanitary inspector for the First -or Upper 
District of Renfrewshire — office County buildings — house 5 
Mavisbank terrace 

M'Kinlay, John, merchant, Glasgow — house 6 Buchanan terrace 

M'Kinlay, William, fishing-tackle maker, 4 Silk street 

M'Kinlay, M., milliner and dressmaker, 29 High street — house 
Deanville, Greenlaw drive 

M'Kinlay, Miss, 43 Oakshaw street 

M'Kinlay, Mrs. Isabella, confectioner and fruiterer, 21 Glen st. — • 
house do. 

M'Kinnon, Lachlan, accountant and book-keeper at M'Innes, Mac- 
kenzie, & Lochhead's — house 3 Whitehaugh terrace 

M'Kinnon, Lauchlan, coal merchant, 27 Stock street — house 17 do. 

M'Lachlan, John, of Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co. Ltd.; ho. Woodlands, 

M'Lachlan, John, wine and spirit merchant, 70 Eroomlands 

M'Lachlan, John, confectioner, 11 Cross street — house do. 

M'Lachlan, John, pianoforte tuner, 21 St. James street 

M'Lachlan, Robert, grocer, 2 Broomlands — house 122 George st. 


M'-Lauchlan, James, broker, 6 and 7 New Smithhills — house 7 do. 
M'Lauchlan, John, at J. & D. Whitehead's — house 83 High street 
M'Lauchlan. Matthew, quartermaster-sergt., Barracks, Glasgow road 
M'-LaucMan. M. & J., dressmakers, 63 George street— house IS- 

Maxwellton street 
Maclachlan, R. B., coal merchant, Glasgow — house 4 Williamsburgh 
M'Laughlii), Rev. W. J., R.C. clergyman — ho. 2 East Buchanan st. 
M'Lachlan, Elizabeth, teacher. South Public School — house 1 Bute 

M'Lachlan, Mrs., confectioner and fruiterer, 14 Carriagehill — ho. do 
M'Lachlan, Mary, grocer, 20 Whitehead street — house do. 
M'Lauchlan, Mrs. Robert, draper, 83 High street ■ 
M'Lardie, David, of James M'Lardie & Sons — house Lagna Craig, 

M'Lardie, James, & Sons, dyers, scourers, and finishers, Meikleriggs 

M'Lardie, Thomas, jobbing gardener, 13 Williamsburgh 
M'Lardie, Jessie, teacher, Ferguslie School; ho. 17 Greenhill road 
M'Laren, Dan. D., of D. D. M'Laren & Co.— ho. 3 Blythswood dr. 
M'Laren, D. D., & Co., sheet metal workers, 15 Spriugbank road 
M'Laren, John, sheriff officer, 23 School wynd — house 3 Yarrow 

gardens, Kelvinside, Glasgow 
M'Larty, Edward, of Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, and the Glcniifer 

Soap Co. — house 35 Dunearn street, Glasgow 
M'Lay, James, wine and spirit merchant, 5 and 6 Old Smithhills — ■ 

house 2 Caledonia place 
M'Lean, Alexander, sanitary inspector, First (or Upper) District 

of Renfrewj^hire, County buildings — house 5 Mavisbank terrace 
M'Lean, Alexander, at John M'Lean's, 75 Love st.; ho. 1 Kerr. st. 
M'Lean, Alex., grocer, 1 Garthland street — ho. 2 Whitehead street 
M'Lean, A., church officer, Trinity Episcopal Church — house 54 

Caledonia street 
M'Lean, Angus, B.Sc, principal of Technical School ; house Ascog, 

M'Lean, Angus, ironmonger and tool merchant, 32 and 33 Moss 

street; telephone No. 237 — house 34 Moss street 
M'Lean, Charles, Roselea, Renfrew road 
Maclean, Daniel, shipyard manager at Fleming & Ferguson's, Ltd. 

— house 8 Buchanan terrace 
Maclean, Donald, curator and observer. The Coats Observatory 
M'Lean, J. & R., confectioners and fruiterers, 5 Ladyburn street — 

house 11 Kihiside road 
M'Lean, James, tailor and clothier, 33 High street — house 2 Church 



M'Lean, John, grocer and provision merchant, 75 Love street and 

38 Underwood road 
M'Lean, John B., at John Young & Co.'s — house 8 Janefield place 
M'Lean, John, A.M.LC.E., lecturer on Electrical Engineering at 

the Technical School — house 19 University avenue, Glasgow 
M'Lean, J. R., at Walkers & Co.'s — house 32 Williamsburgh 
M'Lean, John S., 13 West brae 
M'Lean, Robert, 8 Janefield place 

M'Lean, Mrs. Finlay, hosier and dressmaker, 3 Gordon's lane 
M'Lean, Agnes, at Galbraith's, 18 Saudholes 

M'Leish & M'Taggart, ironfounders, Victoria foundry, M'Gown st. 
M'Leish, Robert B., of M'Leish & M'Taggart— ho. 5 Buchanan ter. 
M'Lelland, Andrew, caretaker, Storie Street Baptist Chapel, 43 

Storie street — house do. 
M'Lelland, Robert, architect and surveyor, 65 Bath street, Glasgow 

— house 5 High street, Johnstone 
M'Lelland, Mrs. Elizabeth, confectioner, 24 Broomlands — house do 
M'Lellau, John, coal and wood merchant, 23 Lady lane, and 

broker, 28 Castle street — house 28 Castle street 
MacLennan, Donald, office inspector. County buildings — house 1a 

Caledonia street 
M'Lellan, John, contractor, 28 Castle street — house 23 Lady lane 
M'Lennan, T. B., & Son, manufacturers, 113 Causeyside — house 

Craigellen, Carriagehill drive 
M'Lennan, William B., commission agent — ho. Fairholme,Castlehead 
M'Lennan, W. D., architect, land surveyor and civil engineer. 

Masonic buildings, 96 High street — house Craigellen, 

Carriagehill drive 
M'Lennan, D. W., of T. B. M'Lennan & Son — house Craigellen, 

Carriagehill drive 
M'Leod, James, dairyman, 4 Silk street — house do. 
M'Leod, Ann, clothes mangier, 6 Love street 
M'Lerie, John, janitor. Paisley Liberal Club, 90 High sti-eet 
M'Lintock, George, slater. 4 New Sneddon ; ho. 10 Wardrop street 
M'Lintock, John, slater, Marshall's lane — house 17 Orchard street 
M'Luskie, James, painter and decorator, 66 Broomlands — house 2 

Knox street 
M'Luskie, John, superintendent of Slaughter-house, Springbank rd. 
M'Luskie, Peter, tlesher, 5 St. James street— house do. 
M'Mahon, John, broker, 44 Storie street ; house do. 
M'Mannus, James, spirit merchant, 20 George street — house 11 

Walker street 
Macmaster. J., postmaster — house Newtonville, Hawkhead road 
M'Meekin, William, sergeant of police; house 11 Abbey terrace 


M'Millan, Duncan, at Smith Bros. — house 5 East Croft 
M'Millan, George, cashier at Stonefield Laundry ; ho. 1 Underwood 
Macmillan, James P., Urlar, Mansion' house road 
M'Millan, John, sen., foreman at Greenlaw goods station — house 

1 Underwood 
M'Millan, John, jnn., cashier, Joint Lines, at Greenlaw goods 

station — house 4 Eussell street 
M'-Millan, John, confectioner, 35 Wellmeadow — house 15 do. 
M'Millan, John, baker, 29 Canal street — house 30 Causeyside 
M'Millan, J. G., baker, 56 Causeyside street and 8 Carriagehill — 

house 56 Causeyside 
M'Millan, David A., baker, 103 Causeyside — house 17 Causeyside 
M'Millan, William, cork manufacturer, 32 High street — house 

3 Walker street 
M'Millan, William, jun., cork manufacturer, 32 High street — 

house 3 Walker street 
M'Millan, Mary, fancy goods merchant and newsagent, 31 Cotton st. 
M'Minigle, Henry, contractor and coal merchant, 6 Canal street 
M'Minigle, John, traveller at John Spence & Sons — ho. 6 Canal st. 
M'Mullan, Mrs. Mary, confectioner, 30 St. James street 
M'Murchie, Miss, dressmaker, 5 New street — house do. 
M'Murrich, Robert, farmer, Gockstou 
MMurtrie, Jessie, confectioner and fruiterer, 27 St. James street — 

house 44 Oakshaw 
Macnab, James Orr, tinsmith, gasfitter, beam, scale, and weighing 

machine maker and repairer, 8 Old Sneddon — telephone No. 

12x1, — house 7 North street (see advt.) 
Macnab, William, M. A., assistant teacher, Mossvale Public School ; 

house 83 Seedliill road 
M'Nab, Lizzie, teacher, North Public School — house 10 Townhead 

M'Nab, Miss W., wine and spirit merchant, 26 Carriagehill — 

house do. 
M'Nair, Alex., of D. M'Nair & Sons, 12 St. James place; house 

1 Park terrace 
jM'Nair, Alexander, undertaker to William Young, 43 Gordon's 

lane — house 43 Gordon's lane 
M'Nair & Co., Paisley and Glasgow carriers, 13 Thread street 

and 43 Virginia street, Glasgow 
M'Nair, Duncan, Annfield place 
M'Nair, Hugh, farmer, Meikleriggs 
M'Nair, John, & Co., coachbuilders, 46 High street 
Macnair, T. Dun, of D. S. Semple, Macnair & Crawford — house 

8 Townhead terrace 


M'Nair, D., & Sons, family grocers aucl provision merchants, 12 St. 

James place, 50 George street, and Sherwood buildings, 

Glasgow road; wholesale warehouse, 4 St, James street — 

house 12 St. James place 
M'Nair, William, family grocer, 63 George street, 21 Wellmeadow, 

and 9 Moss street — house 63 George street 
M'Nair, Mrs, china merchant, 24 George street — house 146 do. 
M'iSair, Agnes Wilson Jackson, teacher, South school — house 

M'i^air, Kate, teacher. South Public school — house Annfield place, 

Macnair, Williamina M., teacher, South school ; house 20 Glenview 

M'Naught, Alexander, draper, 90 Causeyside street — house 28 

Orchard street 
M'Naught, James, boot and shoemaker, 7 Orchard street — house 

10 Storie street 
M'Naught, Margaret, furniture dealer, 38 New street 
M'Naught, Miss, 21 Glenview terrace 
M'Naughtan, Alexander, joiner and timber merchant, 6 New 

Smithhills — house 7 do. 
M'Naughton, Alfred, writer and notary public, of M'Naughton, 

Lochhead & M'Callum — house 8 Janetield j)lace 
M'Naughtan, Andrew, 1 Caledonia place 

M'Naughtan, Andrew, jun., commercial traveller, 20 Argyle street 
M'Naughton, Angus, confectioner, 28 Seedhill road 
M'Naughtan, Arthur, superintendent of Fire Brigade — house Fire 

Station, Johnston street 
M'Naughtan, Gavin T., with Alex. M'Naughtan ; house 7 New 

M'Naughtan, James, at David Murray & Son's — ho. 1 Caledonia st, 
M'Naughton, Henry, cooper and general dealer, Hawkhead road 
M'Naughtan, James, 1 Caledonia street 
M'Naughton, John, gardener to W. Holms-Kerr, Brabloch 
M'Naughton, Lochhead & M'Callum, writers, 8 Gilmour street 
M'Nee, John B., flesher, 41 Caledonia street — house 20 do. 
M'Nee, Margaret B , assistant teacher Ferguslie Half-time School 

— ho.. 20 Caledonia street 
M'Neil, Alex., sanitary inspector of the Lower or Second District 

of Renfrewshire, County buildings — house 18 Blackball street 
M'Neil, George, joiner, 32 High street — house 22 Argyle street 
M'Neil, John, Benclutha, Glasgow road 
M'Neil, Mrs. R., 4 Bank street 
M'Neilage, Miss, of Lyons & M'Neilage — house 29 St. James st. 


M"Neilly, Catherine, ironmonger, 27 Queen street ; house 2 King 

M'Neish, Elizabeth, laundry, 2 1 West street 
JM'Nicol, John, 2 Crossflat terrace 
M'Nisli, Mrs Alexander, boot and shoe manufacturer, 95 High 

street — house 37 Wellmeadow 
M'Nish, John, writer, 9 Moss street — house 7 Buchanan terrace 
M'Nish, William, boot and shoe manufacturer, 5 County place and 

41 Moss street — house 9 Moss street 
M'Nish, Mrs. Ann, 7 Buchanan terrace 

M'Phail, H., jun., violinist, 37 Storie street; house 70 Canal street 
M'Phail, Hugh, cloth and yarn merchant, and confectioner, 37 

Storie street 
M'Phee, Alexander, blacksmith, Nethercraigs 
M'Pherson, Duncan, cowfeeder and carting contractor, Gibbie's 

bush, King street 
Macpherson, George T., traveller for The Gleniffer Soap Co., 

Paisley, and Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, Glasgow — house Greta 

bank, Gladstone road, Saltcoats 
Macpherson, H.. representative at Edinburgh for Robert Brown & 

Son, Ltd. — house IS Clarence street, Edinburg?i 
M'Pherson, John, 7 Douglas street 
M'Pherson, Joseph, baker, 6 Broomlands — house do. 
M'Pherson, Rev. William, minister of U.F. Gaelic Church — house 

U.F. Gaelic Manse, Calside 
M'Pherson, Miss Agnes, dress and mantle maker, 50 Love street 
M'Pherson, Mrs. Joseph, 6 Broomlands 
M'Quhae, Thomas, tobacconist, 11 Moss street — house 10 St. James 

MacRobert, Thomas, jun., of MacRobert, Son & Hutchison, writer 

and notary public, Depute-Clerk of the Peace for Renfrew- 
shire, joint clerk of the Burgh School Board ; house Ervie, 

Park road ; house telephone No. 280 
MacRobert, Son & Hutchison, writers and notaries public, clerks 

to the Burgh School Board, 13 St. James place 
M'Rory, John, draper, 15 Neilston road — house 21 Glenview, 

M'Stravick, David, feuar, 11 Albert place, Espedair 
M'Stravick. William, tailor and clothier, 6 Albert street ; house do. 
M'Swan, Peter, clerk with Caledonian Railway Coy., Greenlaw 

Station ; house 9 Phillips street 
M'Taggart, John, jun , at Coats Bros. — house 162 George street 
M'Taggart, John, janitor. East Public school — house Sherwood 

buildings, Glasgow road 


M'Taggart, John, of M'Leish & M'Taggart — ho. 8 Buchanan ter. 

M'Taggart, John, foreman patternmaker to Campbell & C alder- 
wood — house 22 Underwood road 

M'Taggart, John, fishmonger, 79 Brooml and s— house do. 

M'Taggart, Tj., fishmonger, 62 Causeyside — ho. 1 vStevenson street 

M'Taggart, Lauchlan, successor to William Peattie, tailor and 
clothier, 2 Gilmuur street— hona? 10 Townhead terrace 

M'Taggart, Jane, fishmonger, 11a Kilnside road — house Sherwood 
buildings, Glasgow road 

M'Vey, Daniel, 21 West street 

M' Walter, Alex., clerk to J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 4 Gladstone ter. 

M' Walter, Allan, 51 Caledonia street 

M'Wcilter, Mrs. Robert, Rosehill, Palside 

M'Whinnie, John, carver and gilder, 82 High street — house do. 

M' William, Alex., of J. & J. M' William, wine and spirit merchants, 
38 Queen street, Glasgow — house Monkshaw, Renfrew road 

M' William, Mrs. John, Fairfield, Gateside 

NAIRN, Archibald, secretary to A. F. Craig & Co., Limited- 
house 13 Abbey street 

Nairn, Thomas, 13 Abbey street 

Nairn, Mary, fruiterer and confectioner, 41 High street — house 13G 
George street 

Naismith & Scott, wholesale and retail drapers, 86 High street 

Naismith, William, of Naismith & Scott- — house Aidenburn house, 

Napier, W.D., consulting mechanical engineer, 99 High street- 
house 13 Townhead terrace 

Nardini, P., ice cream merchant, 15 & 38 Moss street, 41 New 
street, 2 Bank street, and 46 Caledonia street — house 38 Moss 

National Bank of Scotland Limited, 5 High street (corner of St. 
Mirren street) — Angus Buchanan, agent 

National Telephone Company (Limited), Terrace buildings ; J. K. 
Murray, local manager 

Neil, Hamilton, assistant to James Donald, architect— house 94 
George street 

Neilson, Alexander, at John Lang's, 110 George street— house 2 
Woodside place 

Neilson, A., & Co., ironmongers, 109 High st. ; telephone No. 199 

Neilson, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 2 New Sneddon 
house 4 Greenlaw avenue 

-Neilson, David, draughtsman, 5 Kerr street 

Nelson, James, & Son, Ltd., butchers, 6 Moss street 


Nelson, John, confectioner, 29 Castle street - house do. 

Neilson, John, of A. Neilson & Co., 109 High street — house 10 
Blythswood drive 

Neilson, John, Paisley Brick Co., 12 St. Mirren street — house G 
Stow street 

Neilson, Robert, cashier at Fleming & Ferguson's, Ltd. — house 2 
Buchanan terrace 

Neilson, Thomas, of A. Neilson & Co.— house 17 Walker street 

Nelson, William A., accountant. Union Bank — house 3 Lylesland 

Neilson, William M., inspector of agents. Royal Insurance Co.,^ 
Glasgow — house 85 High street 

Neilson, Agnes, teacher, Williamsburgh School — house 3 Green- 
law avenue 

Neilson, Barbara H., teacher, Ferguslie Public School — house 39 

Neilson, Mary, of A. Neilson & Coy. — house Rosebank cottage,. 

Neilson, Mrs., 3 Greenlaw avenue 

New, The, Club, 6 Forbes place 

New Sneddon Lodging-houses for respectable men, 3 New Sneddon ; 
Jos. Dillon, keeper; house do. 

Newton, William, grocer and spirit merchant, 34 Glen street — 
house do. 

Newton, John B. C, of William Foulds & Co., Limited — house 
Mandala, Arkleston road 

Nicol, David, manager, Health Food Stores — house Darvel house 

Nicol, D. S., of W. Caldwell & Co. — house Darvel house, Steven- 
son street 

Nicol, Hamilton A., grocer and ham curer, 19 Gauze St. — ho. do. 

Nicol, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 5 Old Sneddon — 
house May villa, Kelburne drive 

Nicol, Walter S., accountant. Commercial Bank of Scotland, Limited' 
— house 4 Greenlaw terrace 

Nichol, William, tobacconist, 103 High street and 39 Causeyside 

Nicol, John, licensed grocer, 5 Maxwell street — house 1 Crossflat 

Nicol, Miss Jeanie, bookseller and stationer, and sub-post-office, 15 
Williamsburgh— house do. 

Nicolson, John, commission agent, 38 Queen street, Glasgow- 
house Marylea, Calside 

Nicolson, John, shoemaker, 3 Springbank road— house 6 do. 

Nicolson, William M., clerk at Savings Bank — house 6 M'Lityre: 


Nimmo, John, agent, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society, 36 

George street 
Nisbet, Anthony, Gasworks foreman — house Gasworks gatehouse 
Nisbet, Mrs. Margaret, paw^nbroker, 24 Gauze street — house 2 

Greenlaw avenue 
Niven, John, attendant, Railway buildings, 29 Old Sneddon 
Niven, John, at MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison's ; house 7 Clarence 

street M 

Niven, Robert, sen., boot and shoemaker, 4 Barr street — house do. "■ 
Nixon, Simon, cloth merchant, 24 Canal street — house do. * 

Noble, Edward, at H. Noble & Sons, 7 Cotton street — house 

Oldhall, Ralston 
Noble, Henry, & Son, butter, egg, and provision merchants, 7 

Cotton street — house Oldhall, Ralston ; telephone No. 305 
Noble, James, blacksmith and horseshoer, 90 George st. — house 90 

George street 
Noble, John, teacher, East Public School — house 8 Greenlaw 

avenue * 

Noble, Robert, spirit merchant, 6 Cotton street — ho. 3^ Bank street ^ 
Noble, Thomas, confectioner, 28 Glen street — house do. 
Noble, Miss A., greengrocer, 36 Underwood road — house do. 
Noble, Mary, confectioner, 76 High street 
North British and Mercantile Insurance Company, 102 St. Vincent 

street, Glasgow — David L. Laidlaw, manager (see advt.) 
North British Railway Company, Canal goods station — David 

Irvine, agent 
Notman, Miss, teacher of music, Nether park, Calside 
Notman, Mrs. W. J., teacher of music, Mountgreenan, Regent st. 

OAKES, David, of Sale & Co., 109 High street— house 10 White- 

haugh terrace 
Oakes, Robert, shoemaker, 7 Wellmeadow — house 1 1 Walker street 
Oakshaw Memorial hall, 16 West brae 
Observatory (The Coats), Oakshaw street — the gift of the late 

Mr. Thomas Coats to the Philosophical Institution — Donald 

Maclean, curator and observer 
Ogilvie, Miss K., matron. Fever Hospital 

Orchardson, John, at Clai-k & Co., Ltd. ; ho. 82 Seedhill road 
Orchardson, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 62 Causeyside 

— house Burnpark, Lylesland 
■Orchardson, Robert, A.S.L, architect and surveyor, 94 High street 
Orchardson, Bessie, C.T., South School — ho. Burnpark, Espedair 
Orchardson, Mrs. John, Caledonia cottage, Greenock road 
Orr, Alexander, Parish Council clerk ; ho. Allandale, Loehwinnoch 


Orr, Alex. P., clerk at Parish Council office ; ho. 20 John street 
Orr, Daniel, carting agent for Caledonian Railway Co., goods 

stations Greenlaw and St. James 
Orr, George, bookkeeper, Co-operative Mannfacturing Society Ltd. 

— house 3 Mavisbank terrace 
Orr, James, builder and contractor, George place — ho. do. 
Orr, Thomas, fruiterer and confectioner, 92 Causeyside — house 21 

Underwood road 
Orr, Miss, bookseller and tobacconist, 29 Canal street — house 37 

Storie street 
Orr, Mrs. Robert, greengrocer, 3 Lawn street 
Osborne, James, church officer of St. George's Church — house 7 

George street 
Osborne, William, painter and decorator, 23 Wellmeadow street — 

house 82 Broomlands 
O'Donnell, Arthur, confectioner, 38 Causeyside — house 36 Stori 

O'May, Andrew, foreman, Gazette office — house 18 Well street 
O'Neil, James, broker, 8 Broomlands 
O'Neil, Joseph, broker, 29 New Smithhills — house do. 
O'Neill, Charles, grocer and spirit merchant, 51 George street- 
house 27 Storie street 
O'Neill, James, of Alex. H. Park & Co. — house Annfield place, 

O'Neill, James, wine and spirit merchant, 12 Saucel — house 9 

Walker street 
O'SuUivan, P., Inland Revenue officer. School Wynd— house 32 


PAD KIN, Rev. James F., minister, George Street Church- house 

Kelburue drive 
Pagan, Annie C , assistant Art teacher. Technical School ; house 

3 Mansion-house road 
Pagan, Mrs., 3 Mansion-house road 

Paisley Asylum, Craw road, Calside — John Calder, governor 
Paisley Auction Mart, 13 Storie street — Robert Wilson & Laird, 

auctioneers — office 97 High street 
Paisley Brick Coy., 12 St. Mirren street 
Ptusley Clothing Co., merchant tailors, 94 High street 
Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing Society — warehouse and offices, 

114 and 115 Causeyside, telephone No. 127; works Colinslee, 

telephone No. 128. Branches — No. 1, 15 Broomlands ; No, 

2, 10 Neilston road; No. 3, 11 Kiluside road; No. 4. 47 



" Paisley Daily Express" offices, 12 Causeyside and 12 Forbes pL 
Paisley (The) Directory Office, 94 High street — J. & J. Cook, 

Paisley Foundry (Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Ltd.), Abbotsinch 
Paisley Labour Party Rooms, Cumberland court, Causeyside 
Paisley Masonic Hall Co., Ltd. — secretary and treasurer, George 

Fisher — registered office, 4 Mansfield place 
Paisley Parish Poorhouse, Craw road — John Calder, governor 
Paisley Parish Poor-Rates Office, Parish Council buildings, Max- 
well street — John Robertson, collector 
*' Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette " Office, 94 High street — J. & 

J. Cook, publishers 
Paisley Sugar Company, glucose manufacturers, St. Mirren's Works, 

Macdowall street 
Paisley Theatre — J. H. Savile ; telephone No. 222 
Parish Council Office — J. M. Campbell, inspector — 62 and 63 Back 

Park, Alexander, farmer, Turningshaw, by Johnstone 
Park, Alex. H. & Co., wholesale grocers and tea merchants, 111 

Park, Robert, wholesale stationer and furnisher, 3 Cumberland 

Court — house 37 Causeyside 
Park, Rev. George, Middle Parish Church — manse 2 Garthland 

Park, Walter S., farmer, Hatton, Bishopton 
Park, Mrs., spirit merchant, 12 St. James place — house 1 Maxwell 

Parkinson, Arthur, mill manager, Belmont, Mansion house road 
Parkinson, C. F., Burgh Electrical Engineer ; house Blackball st. 

Telephone No. 119 
Parlane, A. Wilson, of J. & R. Parlane — house Castlehead 
Parlane & Kerr, silk mercers and general drapers, 10 High street; 

telephone No. 179 (see advt.) 
Parlane., James, of J. & R. Parlane — house West brae 
Parlane, J. & R., printers, bookbinders, paper-rulers, and book- 
sellers, 97 High street ; works. School wynd ; tele. No. 204 
Parlane, James B., of J. & R. Parlane— house Castlehead 
Parlane, John, of J. & R. Parlane — house Castlehead 
Parlane, Robert B., of J. & R. Parlane — ho. Castlehead 
Parr, John R., clerk to T. & R. Graham, 4 Bridge street — house 

10 Neilston street 

Partington, William, colour maker to Ronald, Jack, & Co. — house 

11 AndreAvs street 

Paterson, Alex., 1 Mansion-house road 


Paterson, Andrew, colour manufacturer, 6 Murray street — house 9 
St. Jauies street 

Paterson, Andrew, of Robert Paterson & Son, 1 Christie street 

Paterson, Adam, Ingleneuk, Glasgow road 

Paterson, Cooper, & Co., Ltd., electrical engineers, Patella works^ 
Linwood road — telephone No. 308 ; telegraphic address Patella, 

Paterson, David, broker, 17 Broomlands 

Paterson, John, & Co., upholsterers and cabinetmakers, 4 West 
brae — house 14 Wellmeadow 

Paterson, Jonathan, clerk with J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 19 
Maxwellton street 

Paterson, Rev. John, M.A., minister of U.F. South Church — U.F. 
South manse, Calside 

Paterson, Joseph, Ingle-neuk cottage, Glasgow road 

Paterson, Robert, & Son, auctioneers, valuators, and land sur- 
veyors, 27 Orchard street 

Paterson, Robert M., Speirsfield 

Paterson, Robert, 'bus proprietor — stables 7 Clark street — ho. 40 
Clark street 

Patterson, Samuel, general draper, 2 Gauze street ; house 14 Thread 

Paterson, Sons, & Co., pianoforte and harmonium dealers and 
music sellers, 4 Gilmour street — W. J. Fraser, manager (see 

Patterson, Thomas, Supervisor of Inland Revenue, Saucel distillery 
— house Highfield, Hawkhead road 

Paterson, William A., teacher of shorthand John Neilson Institu- 
tion — house Elderslie 

Paterson, William A., reporter "Paisley Daily Express" and corre- 
spondent " Glasgow Daily Record" — house Morven, Elderslie 

Paterson, William, wine and spirit merchant, 162 George street 

Paterson, William, of Andrew Foulds & Son, Ltd., 5 Abbey street 
— house The Beeches, Mansion-house road 

Paterson, Anna M.,Mossvale Public School — house 5 Park terrace 

Paterson, Jane, confectioner, 24 Maxwellton street 

Paterson, Miss Agnes, confectioner, 3 County place and 10 Moss 
street — house 2 St. James street 

Paterson, Miss Agnes, greengrocer, 92 New Sneddon — house do. 

Paterson, Mrs., draper, 100 George street — house 17 Maxwelltou 

Paterson, Nurse, 17 Seedhill road (top flat) 

Patun, Andrew H., at A. Eraser's, 1a Sherwood buildings, Glasgow 
road — house 2 Whitehead street 


Paton, David, & Co., rope and tassel manufacturers, Carriagehill house 
Paton, James, foreman fitter at Campbell and Calderwood's — house 

29 Caledonia street 
Paton, James, mill foreman, 48 Broomlands 
Paton, James, jun., stationer and printer, 110 Causeyside — house 

Ardene, Blackhall 
Paton, John, joiner, 12 Seedhill road 
Paton, John, secretary Co-operative Manufacturing Society Ltd.— 

house 3-g^ Bank street 
Paton, Robert, maker of packing-cases and tins for biscuits, corn-flour, 

&c.,Espedair works, Causeyside street, telephone No. 67 — ho 

Westerlea, Sunnyside (see advt.) 
Paton, Margaret, confectioner, 15 Incle street — house do. 
Paton, Miss, C E.S., milliner, &c., 35 Wellmeadow street — house 1 

Gordon place 
Paton, Miss, dress and mantle maker, 1 Crossflat terrace 
Paton, Jeanie, South School; house 29 Caledonia street 
Paton, Miss Kate, eating-house keeper, 12 Ferguslie — house do. 
Paton, Mrs. John, confectioner, 8 Moncrieff street — house do. 
Patrick, Jessie J., teacher, Williamsburgh Public school — house 

Carrick view, Kilwinning 
Patrick, Eobert, at W. & A. Coats — house Lilybank, Well street 
Patrick, William N., baker, cook, confectioner, and purveyor, 69 

Broomlands — telephone No. 9x4 (see advt.) 
Pattinson, James, Mus. Bac, Cantab., organist and teacher of 

music at Grammar school — house 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Pattison, Alex., foreman moulder to Fullerton, Ilodgart, & 

Barclay (Limited) — house 2 Hamilton street 
Pattison, John, writer, and town clerk of Barrhead — offices 23 Moss 

street, telephone No. 275 ; and Municipal chambers, Barrhead, 

telephone No. 19 — house Eastfield, Greenlaw drive, telephone 

No. 275a 
Pattison, Robert, clerk at Hunter & Goudie — ho. 28 Argyle street 
Pattison, William B., ironmonger, 5 Castle street— house do. 
Paul, James, The Lodge, Auchentorlie 
Paul, Matthew, 45 High street ^1_ 

Paul, William, clerk at Abercorn foundry — house 11 Whitehaugh 

Paul, William, grocer, 33 George street — house do. 
Paxton, Matthew, & Sons, wine and spirit merchants, 95 Causeyside 
Paxton, Matthew A., of M. Paxton & Sons — house 2 Crossflat 

Payne, D. E., Captain, adjutant 2ad Y.B.A. & S.H., Drill Hall, 

High street ; ho. Louiisdale house 


Peacock, David, hatter and gentleman's outfitter, 85 High street 
Peacock, John, hatter and hosier, 42 High street — house 10 

Crosstlat crescent 
Peacock, John, at Wm. Peacock — house 13 George street 
Peacock, VVilliau], ropemaker, 85 High street — works and house 

Chain road 
Peattie, William, steamship agent and session clerk for Middle 

Parish, 2 Gilmour street — house Dunedin, Meiklerio^srs 
Peebles, Mrs. Margaret, confectioner, 39 Maxwellton — house do. 
Peddie, David Mungo, house steward, dining hall, Ferguslie bdgs 
Peden, William S., British Linen Coy. Bank, Glasgow — house 

Armadale, Carriagehill drive 
Peden, William, clerk to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., 93 George st. 
Peden, William, reporter and agent, " Glasgow Evening News " 

and " Scottish Referee," 16 Moss St. — house 1 St. Mirren stn^et 
Peden, Jane Campbell, teacher. South School — house Armadale, 

Carriagehill drive 
Peebles, Hugh, of Stewart & Peebles — house 17 Orchard street 
Penman, R. S., M.B., CM., 12 St. James place (tele. No. 245) 
Pentland-Smith, John, M.A., B.Sc, science master. Grammar 

School — house Fernlea, Campbell street, Johnstone 
Peoch, William, Meikleriggs house, Loundsdale road 
Percy, Francis, Crofthead, Thornley Park 

Perfect, William Percy, clerk at J & P. Coats, Ltd. — ho. 22 Argyle st 
Pettigrew, Alexander, pianoforte and harmonium tuner at Paterson, 

Sons, & Co.'s, Glasgow — house 12 Wellmeadow 
Petrie, Thomas, bookkeeper at James M'Lardie & Sons — house 5 

Gladstone terrace 
Phelan, Miss Catherine, head teacher, St. Catherine R.C. School, 

10 Stow street 
Philippi, E,, director of J. & P. Coats, Limited — house Crawley 

Court, CraAvley, Hants 
Philip, Andrew, cooking establishment, 103 George street — house 

20 Newton street 
Phillips, William, calenderer, 105 Causeyside — house 34 Causeyside 
Philips, William, yarn and insurance agent, Glasgow — house 19 

Mansion-house road 
Phillips, Mrs. A., milliner & hosier, 34 Causeyside — house do. 
Phoenix Fire Office — agents. Winning & Fulton, 109 High street 
Phoenix Works (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., engineers), Inchinnan rd. 
Picken, James, rope and twine manufacturer, St. James station 

— house St James house, 4 Clark street 
Picken, James, assistant stationmaster Gilmour Street Station — 

house 18 Whitehead street 


Pinkerton, James, agent Scottish Clerks' Association, 40 High st. 
Pinkerton, James, hamcm-er and wholesale provision merchant, 40 

New street 
Pinkerton, James, Aintree, Greenlaw drive 
Pinkerton, John, grocer, 45 Well street — house do. 
Pinkerton, John Spence, of James Pinkerton, New street — house 

Blythe Holm, Calside 
Piukerton, R. M., traveller to William Peacock — house Gienellen, 

Pinkerton, William, of James Pinkerton, 40 New street — house 

4 Townhead terrace 
Pinkerton, Misses J. & M., dress and mantle makers, 40 High street 
Pirie, George, superintendent Riccartsbar Asylum — house Riccarts- 

bar house 
Pitblado, Robert, teller to Union Bank of Scotland — house Union 

Bank house 
Pitt, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, 3 Townhead terrace 
Plate Glass (Caledonian) Insurance Company, Ltd., 58 Renfield street, 

Glasgow (see advt.) 
Pogson, Samuel, manager to H. P. Tyler — house 62 Storie street 
Pole, Ed., hairdresser, 52 Caledonia street- — house 27 do. 
Polio, G., confectioner and tobacconist, 26 Causeyside and 82 

Pollock & Co. J yarn agents, 6 Forbes place 

Pollock & Cochrane, bleachers, dyers, and finishers, Thrushcraig 
Pollock, Daniel, friendly society ageut, 105 Causeyside 
Pollock, David C, warehouseman, 3 Whitehaugh terrace 
Pollock, Hugh, of William Pollock, 69 High street — house do. 
Pollock, James M., of William Pollock, 69 High street — house do. 
Pollock, John, Prudential agent — house 11 Phillips street 
Pollock, John T., teacher North Public School — house 5 Townhead 

Pollock, J. Wilson, of Stewart, Pollock, & Co., Govan — house 

Lyndhurst, Hawkhcad road 
Pollock, Robert, Williesdene, Greenock road 
Pollock, Robert, farmer, Amochrie, Lounsdale road 
Pollock, Robert, Brie^-bank, Potterhill 
Pollock, Robert, confectioner, 67 Broomlands; house do. 
Pollock, S., & Sons, engineers. Pacific Engine works. East lane, 

Williamsburgh — house East lane, Williamsburgh 
Pollock, Thomas M., of William Pollock, 69 High street — house 

3 Greenlaw terrace 
Pollock, William, new and used furniture dealer, 69 High street, 

and at 522 Sauchiehall street, Glasgow — house 69 High st. 


Pollock, William, brickbuilder and electric light contractor, Glas- 
gow — house Williesdene, Greenock road 
Pollock, William, wine and spirit merchant, 52 High street — house 

34 Well street 
Pollock, William, jun., of William Pollock, 69 High street — ■ 

house 4 Townhead terrace 
Pollock, Elizabeth, dressmaker, 35 George street 
Pollock, Mrs. William, 10 Ilillview, Lylesland 
Poison, William, & Co., Ltd., starch, corn flour, and mustard 

manufacturers. Imperial Starch works, Abercorn street 
Poison, Mrs. John, of Brown & Poison — West Mount, Paisley, and 

Castle Levan, Gourock 
Poole, Eruest A., electrical engineer. Electricity Works, Blackball 

street; house 11 Mavisbank terrace 
Pope, George, janitor South Public School — ho. 17 Neilston road 
Pope, Peter A., police sergeant, County Police Office — house 7 

Kerr street 
Pope, William, clerk at Hugh Highgate & Co.'s ; ho. 35 Glen st. 
Pope, Mrs. Martin, grocer, 5 North Croft — house do. 
Porteous, Rev. John, B.D., minister Oakshaw East U.F. Church 

— house Meadowside villa, Glasgow road 
Porteous, Wm., stationer, tobacconist, and newsagent, 5a Neilston 

road — house 34 Causeyside 
Porter, H. G., & Co., manufacturers of dress and costume goods, 

Abercorn Mills, Abercorn street 
Porter, James, plurnber and gasfitter, 22 Neilston road — house 19 

Alice place 
Porter, Agnes, dressmaker, 29 Wellmeadow 
Post Office, County square — J. Macmaster, postmaster — house 

Newtonville, Hawkhead road 
Pottie, A. & M., veterinary horse- shoers and agricultural imple- 
ment makers, St. James place; telephone No. 12x2 
Pottie, A., & Sons, veterinary surgeons and shoeing smiths, 63 

and 64 Love street 
Pottie, Alex., jun., of A. Pottie & Sons, veterinary surgeon, 

M.R.C.V.S., and iusurance agent — ho. 63 Love street 
Pottie, Alexander, M.R.C.V.S., veterinary inspector for County of 

Renfrew, 64 Love street — house 63 do, 
]^ottie, James D., of A. Pottie & Sons, 64 Love street — ho. 63 do. 
Pottie, John E., of A. & M. Pottie, 39 Mill street 
Pottie, Michael, of A. & M. Pottie- -house 22 St. James street 
Pottie, Michael, Jun., M.RC.V.S , of A. Pottie & Sous— house 63 

Love street 
Pottie, Mrs., draper, 4 Garthland street ; house 39 Mill street 


Power, Robt., stationmaster, Hawkhead stn. — ho. 2 Kennedy place 
Pratt, David, joiner and cabinetmaker, 30 Ganze street — house do. 
Prentice, W. F., & Co., drapers, 99 High street 
Prentice, W. F., of VV, F. Prentice & Co. — house Camnethan, 

Arkleston road 
Priestley, Samuel, retired Inland Pevenue officer, 8 Glenview 
Priestley, Mrs. G. B., midwife, 8 Moss street 
Primrose, Adam, assistant, Kibble Reformatory 
Primrose, George, brickbuilder and contractor — yard Henderson 

street ; house 30 Oakshaw street 
Primrose, W. M., professor of dancing — academy, 4 Old Smithhills^ 

house do 
Prophet, William, confectioner and grocer, 7 Mill street ; house 2 

lucle street 
Provan, Alexander, Dean of Guild inspector ; house Corylus^ 

Provan, Andrew, draper, 15 High street — house 23 Well street 
Provan, Andrew, gardener, 13 Wellmeadow street 
Provan, David, of Barr & Provan — house 21 Storie street 
Provan, William, cowfeeder, 18 Springbank road 
Prudential Assurance Company Limited, 8 St. Mirren street — John 

M'Creary, superintendent — house 5 Greenlaw terrace 
Pullar, Alexander, traveller, Cartvale Chemical Company Ltd. — 

house 27 Westmoreland terrace, Crosshill, Glasgow 
Purdon, E., milliner, 38 Causeyside — house 11 Mavisbank terrace 
Purvis, John, broker, 117 George street; house do, 'M 

'• QUEEN'S Own " Royal Glasgow Imperial Yeomanry, C squad- 
ron. Headquarters, 3 Forbes place 
Queen, Peter, confectioner and fruiterer, 1 Greenhill road; ho. do, 
Quin, Peter, hairdresser, 6 Silk street — house 19 Gauze street 
Quinn, George, proprietor of Globe Hotel, 92 High street — ho. do. 

RAE Bros., opticians and photographic instrument makers, 42 

High street 
Rae, John, Bank of Scotland, Bank of Scotland house, St. Mirren st. i 
Rae, Robert, of James Adam & Son— house 27 St. James street 
Rae, Robert, assistant superintendent, Prudential Assurance Coy., 

Ltd. ; house 3 Crossflat crescent 
Raeside, Misses, dressmakers, 4 John street 
Rafferty, Thomas, at Robert Brown & Son Ltd. — house Lexwell, 

Chain road 
Ralph, David, clerk, J. & P. Coats Ltd., Glasgow ; ho. Greeuside 

place, Elderslie 


Ralston, David, grocer, 16 Fergiislie 

RalstoB, John, cork cutter, 7 Orchard street — ho. 24 Whitehead st^ 
Ramsay, J. & R., millers and grain merchants, Seedhill mill 
Ramsay, Robert, of J. & R. Ramsay ; house Netherby, Glasgow 

Ramsay, William, potato merchant, 14 Barchvy street — house do, 
Rankin, James M., teacher Carbrook Street Public School — house 

Bridge of Weir 
Rankin, Miss, dairy, 7 New street ; house 39 New street 
Readdie, David, director of Coates Bros. Ltd.— house St. Leonard's^ 

Reading Room, George A. Clark Town Hall (entrance by Abbey 

close) — James B. Watson, curator 
Refuge Assurance Company Ltd., 5 County place — John Baxter^ 

Reid, Alexander, of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 39 Mill street 
Reid, Alexander, & Brother, Ltd., dyers and sizers of cotton warps 

and bundles, also dyers of wool, silk, and noil yarns, Lady- 
burn Dyeworks. Branch of the British Cotton and Wool 

Dyers' Association, Ltd, 
Reid, Alexander, of Alexander Reid & Brother, Ltd. — house 

Dromorne, Renfrew road 
Reid, E., T.P., 4 Ralston cottages, Oldhall 
Reid, James, bookseller, stationer, and wholesale newsagent, 6 

Moss street and 33 Gauze street — house 2 Royal terrace 
Reid, James, tobacconist, 6 Moss street — house 2 Royal terrace 
Reid, James, of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 3 Cart street 
Reid, James, jobbing gardener, 11 Neilston street 
Reid, James, Greenhaugh, Renfrew road 
Reid, James Kerr, lecturei* on applied mechanics and steam at 

Technical School ; house 70 Albert ruad, Gourock 
Reid, J., mill foreman — house 48 Broomlands 
Reid, John, of Howard & Keid — house 5 Ferguslie buildings 
Reid, John, billiard rooms, 51 High street 

Reid, John F., of Gibson & Reid — house Dalliefour, Kilmalcolm 
Reid, John, of T. Reid & Sons, 19 Thread st. — house 81 Seedhill rd, 
Reid, J. B., civil engineer, Glasgow — house Chapelhill 
Reid, Matthew, at Master of Works office, 13 Gilmour street — 

ho. Cemetery lodge 
Reid, Peter, charge of Evangelical Union Congregational Chapel, 

38 New street 
Reid, R. L., vocal music master Grammar School, conductor of 

Paisley Choral Union popular training classes, 7 Berlin terrace^ 



Reid, R. M., hosier, 11 Old Smithhills — house St. Ives, Seamill, 

West Kilbride 
Reid, Robert, superintendent of Paisley Cemetery, 58 Broomlands 

— house Cemetery lodge 
Reid, R. L., tailor and clothier, 75 Love street— house 3 Andrews st. 
Reid, Thomas Fulton, of T. F. Reid & Donaldson, writers, 12 

Causeyside — house Hazelwood, Castlehead 
Reid, T. F., & Donaldson, writers and notaries public, and insurance 

agents, 12 Causeyside and 92 West Nile street, Glasgow 
Reid, Thomas, M.A., lecturer on mathematics at Technical School ; 

house Lylesland terrace 
Reid, Thomas, M.A., teacher, John Neilson Institution — house 3 

Lylesland terrace 
Reid, Thomas, & Sous, engineers, millwrights, and windlass makers, 

19 Thread street. Telegraphic address, "• Reid, Paisley ; " 

telephone No. 97 
Reid, Thomas, jun., of Thomas Reid & Sons — house 6 Bridge street 

Reid, Thomas, family grocer and wine merchant, 4 Renfrew street 

— house 2 East Croft 
Reid, William, shoemaker, 62 Canal street 
Reid, William, Greenhaugh, Renfrew road 

Reid, William, jun., traveller to Williamson, Morton & Co., Glas- 
gow — house I A Sherwood buildings, Glasgow road 
Reid, William C, of A. Reid & Brother, Ltd., Greenhaugh, Renfrew 

Reid, W. & G., lithographers and printers, 9 Moss street — house 2 

Caledonia street 
Reid, William, tobacconist and newsagent, 13 Underwood road 
Reid, Elizabeth, confectioner, 67 George street; house do. 
Reid, Isabella, teacher, Camphill School— ho. 4 Crossflat crescent 
Reid, Jane, infant mistress, Oakshaw^ Public School— house 4 Cross- 
flat crescent 
Reid, Miss Lizzie, confectioner and fruiterer, 1 Lawn street 
Reid, Mrs. John, cowfeeder, 7 Neil street 
Reid, Mrs. William, greengrocer, 7 Neilston road 
Reid, Nettie W., teacher, Neilson Institution; ho. 3 Lylesland ter. 
Reid, Pattie S., assistant art teacher at Technical School — house 3 

Cart street 
Reids & Campbell, writers and notaries public, 3 County place 
Reilly, Alexander, gardener, Chapel house 

Reilly, William, boot and shoemaker, 29 Canal St.; ho. 1 Camphill 
Keith, James, surveyor of stamps and taxes, Glasgow — house The 

Briers, Castlehead 


Renfrew, Alex., Central dining rooms, 23 New street — house 104 

Renfrew^, James, farmer, Blackstoun Mains 
Renfrew, James, clerk National Bank of Scotland — house 1 Whit e- 

haugh drive 
Renfrew, J. G., curator of Library Department, Free Library — ho. 

18 Storie street 
Renfrew, Thomas, general waste merchant, 14 Barr street — ho. do. 
Renfrew, AVilliam, farm manager, Ferguslie farm 
Renfrew, Mrs., restaurant, 9 Rosebery place — house do. 
Eenfrewshire Glass Insurance Co., Ltd. — head office, 95 High street — 

Alexander Matheson, secretary (tele. No. 238). See advt. 
Renfrewshire Public House Trust, Ltd., 94 High street ; branches, 

13 St. riames place and 1 Old Sneddon. J. Balderston 

AVhyte, C.A., Secy. 
Rennie, Alexander, flesher, 18 Wellmeadow — house 18 Wellmeadow 
Rennie, James, cashier, Gleniffer Laundry — house 9 Rosebery place 
Rennie, John, flesher, 9 Canal street and 68 Causeyside — house 

Corse house, 59 Causeyside 
Rennie, John, engineer and cycle agent, 4G Calside ; house 28 New 

Stock street 
Rennie, Robert A., 33 Well street 
Rennie, Mrs. James, 18 Wellmeadow street 
Rennie, Margaret, milliner, 57 Broomlands — house 62 Pollok street, 

S.S., Glasgow 
Rennison, J. A., architect, 15 Gilmour st. — house Fereneze view, 

Mary street 
Renshaw, Charles Bine, Bart., M.P. for West RenfrcAvshire, Bar- 

ochan, Houston, and 82 Cadogan square, London, S.W. 
Renucci, G., confectioner. 62 George street 
Renucci, Santina, ice cream and confectioner, 30 New Smithhills — • 

house Dyers' wynd 
Retson, Thomas, dairyman, 61 George street — house do. 
Retson, Mrs., farmer, Moorhouse, Meikleriggs 
Reuschling, Louise, photographer, 83 High street 
Reynoldes, Owen, stick factory, Carlile quay — house 39 Back 

Sneddon street 
Reynolds, Samuel, confectioner, 2 Bridge street — house do. 
Rhodes, Sidney IL, electrical engineer, Blackhall street; house 81 

Ribbons & Co., tea dealers, wholesale grocers, provision merchants, 

&c., 91 High street 
Ribbons, Henry, of Ribbons & Co. — ^house 1 Mansfield place 
Ribbons, T., of Ribbons & Co.^ — house 1 Roval terrace 


Riccartsbar Asylum — Geo. Pirie, superintendent 

Richardson, Charles, blacksmith, 13 Abbey close — ho. 13 Cochrane 

Richardson, Andrew, of Campbell & Calderwood, Murray street- 
house Greenlaw drive 
Richmond, Andrew, M.B., CM., consulting room 9 St. James 

place — house 57 Love street ; telephone No., 289 
Richmond, George, at John Highgate & Co.'s, 43 Back Sneddon 
Richmond, James, fancy bread and biscuit baker, 13 St. Jam^s 

place and 33 Causeyside — house 5 Underwood road 
Richmond, Miss, dressmaker, 39 New street 
Riddel], Andrew, agent, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society 

— ho. 82 Seedhill road 
Riddell, David, farmer and horse dealer, Glasgow — house Blackball 
Riddell, G. B., wine and spirit merchant, 13 Moss street — ho. Craig 

Millar house, Fleurs avenue, Dumbreck 
Riddell, James, factor, Whitebaugh house 
Riddell, Thomos, charge of Mossvale U.F. Church — house 16 

Mossvale street 
Riddell, William, clerk Union Bank of Scotland, Limited — house 

Whitehaugh, Glasgow road 
Rigali, J., confectioner, 12 School Avynd — house do. 
Ripley, Mrs. J., milliner, 83 High street — house do. 
Risk, James A., of Young & Risk, plumbers — ho. 1 George place . 
Risk, Robert, publican, 9 Old Smithhills ; house do. 
Risk, William, fishmonger and poulterer, 34 High street^ — 

house do. 
Risk, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 88 Canal street — house 9 

Old Smithhills 
Risk, Robert, cowfeeder, 7 Canal street 
Ritchie, Allan Watt, clerk. Burgh Sanitary office ; house 4 East 

Lane, Ferguslie 
Ritchie, George, packing box, tin and zinc case maker, 35 and 36 

Gordon's lane 
Ritchie, James, grocer and provision merchant, 18 Moss — house 40 

Kilnside road 
Ritchie, John, farmer, Broomward, Elderslie 
Ritchie, John, feuar, 25 George street 
Ritchie, John, church officer of Martyrs Parish Church — house 4 

East lane 
Ritchie, J. Douglas, photographic artist, 5 Gilmour street — house 

St. Mary's, Dunbp, Ayrshire 
Ritchie, J. H., at Clark & Co., Ltd.; house 5 Underwood road 
Ritchie & Kirkwood, ironmongers, 47 Moss street; tel. No., 345 


Ritchie, Robert, of George Ritchie, packing case maker — house 31 

Kilnside road 
Ritchie, Thomas, cutter with Co-operative I^Tanufacturing Society, 

Ltd. — house 26 Kilnside road 
Ritchie, William, of George Ritchie, packing case maker — ho. 4 

Johnston street 
Ritchie, E., dress and mantle maker, 95 High street 
Ritchie, Mrs. R., ladies' nurse, 4 East lane 
Ritchie, Nellie, confectioner and fruiterer, 55 Caledonia street 
Robb, Alex., M.A., M.D., D.P.H., Burgh Medical Officer of Health, 

Public Health office, 14 Gilmour street 
Robb, Dewar G., junior master Mossvale Public School — house 3 

Greenlaw avenue 
Robb, J. Jenkins, M.D,, medical practitioner, 74 Love street — ho. 

20 High street 
Robb, Thomas D., M.A., English master, Grammar School — house 

Robb, Helen, druggist, 35 Well street 
Roberts, Mrs., midwife, 35 Wellmeadow 
Robertson, Andrew, assistant instructor in Building Construction 

at Technical School ; house 5 Abbey terrace 
Robertson, Archibald, plumber and gasfitter, 9 Broomlands — ho. do. 
Robertson & Co., mill and engineers' furnishers, and electrical 

engineers, 55 Back Sneddon street 
Robertson, Clark, coachman to Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart. — ho. 

Robertson, David, traveller to Co-operative Manufacturing Society, 

Ltd.; house 5 New street 
Robertson, David, calenderer, 2 Water brae (Burgh); house 132 

George street 
Robertson, David, calenderer, of John Robertson & Sons, Marshall's 

lane — house 83 Seedhill road 
Robertson, Gavin, clerk, Caledonian Ry,, Underwood depot — house 

Caledonia cottage 
Robertson, George, sen., of George Robertson & Sons — house 8 

Greenlaw avenue 
Robertson, George A., of Robertson & Gilchrist, masons and 

builders, 74 Caual street — house 2 George place 
Robertson, George, & Co., brick builders and contractors — house 

Auchencairn, Hawkhead road 
Robertson, George, jun., A.l.E.E., of George Robertson & Son 

and Robertson & Coy. — house Adelphi cottage, Love street 
Robertson, George, & Sons, coppersmiths, brassfounders, and 

plumbers, Snawdoun works, 55 Back Sneddon street ; tel. No. 2 


"Robertson & Gilchrist, masons and builders, 74 Canal street — ho 

2 George place 
Robertson, Henry. Struan, Craigard, Ilawkhead 
Robertson, James, manager at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 

Salisbury lodge, Meikleriggs 
Robertson, James, salesman with M. Greenlees & Son — house 

Nelsonville, Sunnyside 
Robertson, James, of James Robertson & Sons, preserve manu- 

Ltd., facturers — house Marionfield, Blackball 
Robertson, James, plumber and gasfitter, 8 Lylesland ; house 30 

Neilson street 
Robertson, J. B., & Co., cycle makers, 4 Bridge street (Abbey) 
Robertson, James B., of Geo. Robertson & Sons — ho, 8 Greenlaw 

Robertson, James B., jun., of J. B. Robertson & Co.; house '6 

Blackball buildings 
Robertson, James B., sen., of J. B. Robertson & Co.; house 3 

Blackball buildings 
Robertson, James, & Sons, preserves manufacturers, Ltd., Thrushgrove 

works, Stevenson street 
Robertson, John, collector of poor rates. Parish Council buildings 

— house Struan, Castlehead 
Robertson, John, manager for Scotland, Otis Elevator Co., wood- 
block floors, folding gates, Glasgow ; ho. Bute villa, Greenlaw 

Robertson, John, preserve manufacturer at Thrushgrove works — 

house Roneil, Stanely road 
Robertson, John, wholesale fruit merchant, 19 San dholes ; house 

14 Wellmeadow 
Robertson, John, & Sons, coal merchants. Underwood coal depot 

— house 15 Sandholes 
Robertson, John, & Sons, calenderers, hot pressers, packers, and 

finishers, Marshall's lane and Cartside 
Robertson, Joseph Owen, Craigard, Hawkhead 
Robertson, J. W., at Robert Murdoch & Co.'s. iron and steel mer- 
chants, agent for Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company 

and Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, 10 West Croft — 

house 1 Buchanan terrace 
Robertson, J. Neil, M.B., CM., R.N., Salisbury lodge, Meikleriggs 
Robertson, Le«vis, sergeant-major, 4th Battalion A. & S.H., 7 

Wardrop street 
Robertson, Peter, wine and spirit merchant, 1 and 2 Orchard street 

and 18 Causeyside ; house Jack's villa, Arkleston road 
Robertson, Robert, agent, Glasgow — house Craigard, Hawkhead rd. 


Robertson, Robert, tobacconist, 46 Moss street — house 133 George 

Robertson & Son, hat and cap manufacturers, and hosiers, 48 

Moss street (see advt.) 
Robertson & Son, shipping agents, 48 Moss street 
Robertson, Thomas J., of Robertson & Son ; house Craigardr 

Robertson, Walter, slater, 5 Johnston street ; house 27 Lawn street 
Robertson, William, missionary St. James' U.F. Church, Wallneuk 

Missionary hall, North Croft — house 81 Seedhill road 
Robertson, William P., Stonefield Laundry — ho. Thorncroft 
Robertson, Annie A., headmistress Mossvale School — house Nel- 

sonville, Sunnyside 
Robertson, Jane, draper, 2 Queen street 
Robertson, Mrs., fishmonger, 101 Causeyside — house do. 
Robertson, Mrs. D., grocer, 10 Seedhill road 
Robertson, Mrs. M., confectioner, 32 Carriagehill 
Robin & Houston, Ltd., soap and composite candle makers — soap 

works 61 New Sneddon street ; candle works Park street, 

Kinning Park, Glasgow 
Robin, David monumental sculptor, of Robin & Sweenie, Johnston 

street — house 16 do. 
Robin & Sweenie, monumental sculptors, 10 Johnston street 
Robin, William, feuar — house 4 Seedhill road 
Robin, Mrs. Jane, hosier, 18 Causeyside — house do. 
Robinson, Agnes, pupil teacher, Abercorn School ; house 3 

Kelburne drive, Glasgow road 
Robinson, Margaret, teacher, Abercorn School ; house 3 Kelburne 

drive, Glasgow road 
Rocks, Mrs. Catherine, greengrocer, 11 Springbank road — ho 27 do. 
Rodden, Mrs., grocer, 28 Blackball street ; house 1 Ross street 
Rodger, Alexander, M.A., junior master South Public School — ho, 

35 Causeyside 
Rodger, John, drysalter, 10 Glenview 
Rodger, Miss, 10 Glenview 

Rodger, Mrs. Alexander (trustees of), tobacconist, 83 High street 
Rogers, Samuel B., boot and shoemaker, 131 George street — house 

93 High street 
RoUand, William, of Smart & Rolland — ho. Rhu-na-Craig, Greenlaw 
Rolls, Rev. J. W., minister of Wesleyan Methodist Society — house 

Hawkhead road 
Rome, George, lath splitter, 34 Canal street — house Viewforth. 

Danes drive, Whiteinch 
Ronald, John, 3 Harcus place 


Koiiald, Jack, & Co., carpet and rug manufacturers, Nethercommon ; 

telephone No., 114, telegraphic address, "Ronald" Paisley 
Konald, R. A., & Co., eng-ineers and machinery merchants, 15 York 

street, Glasgow — house Oaklands 
Ronald, W. C, Daisy bank, Thornly Park 
Ronald, Mrs., Oaklands 

Ronald, Marion, cowfeeder, West Gockston cottages, Goudie st. 
Ronald, Mrs., dress and mautlemaker, 11 Argyle street 
Ronald, Mrs. Margaret, confectioner, 6 Moss vale street — house do. 
Rorison, Gilbert, detective officer, Central Police office — house 11 

Clarence street- 
Horison, Agnes, milliner, 28 Causeyside — house 88 do. 
Ross, Alexander, architect and measurer, 2 Crossflat crescent 
Boss, Brothers, hatters and hosiers, 81 High street 
Ross, Ernest, Seedhill Finishing Co. Ltd.; ho. 9 Greenlaw avenue 
Ross, George, of Seedhill Finishing Co., Ltd. — ho. Greenlaw mansion 
Ross, Gordon, at Seedhill Finishing Coy., Ltd. — ho. 81 Seedhill road 
Ross, James, of Seedhill Finishing Company, Ltd. — ho. Ellonville, 

Hawkhead road 
Ross, James, agent of Commercial Bank of Scotland Limited, 102 

High street; house Fettere-so, Calside 
Ross, P. F., draper, 15 Wellmeadow — house 33 Oakshaw 
Ross, Thomas, of Wm. M'lntyre & Co. — house 18 Moss street 
Ross, William, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Neilston road — house 

5 Gladstone terrace 
Ross, Miss Annie, hardware merchant, 16 Johnston street 
Ross, Jessie, Camphill school — house 3 Park terrace, Underwood 
Ross, Miss J., matron, Scotch Girls' Friendly Society, Lodge, The 

Memorial Home, New street 
■Ross, Lizzie, teacher, Neilson Institution — house 3 Park terrace 
Ross, Mary E., teacher, Camphill Public School — ho. 102 Keumure 

street, PoUokshields 
Ross, Mrs. Mary, grocer, 3 Gordon place 
;Rottenburg, Louis, electrical engineer, Paterson, Cooper & Co, Ltd., 

Patella works — house Holmhurst, Dowanhill, Glasgow 
Rough, Matthew, laundry, 3 Newton street 
Row^m, Joseph, plasterer, Weir street — house 4 Clarence street 
jRowun, Thomas, tailor and clothier, 18 Sandholes — house do. 
Rowand, John, draper, 34 High street — house do. 
Rowand, John, farmer, Cundren, by Linwood 
Jlowat, Alexander, & Co., wireworkers, 18 Watson street, Glasgow 

— Telephone Nos., Corpn. 934, Nat. 640 Tron ; Telegraphic 

Address, " Wirecloth," Glasgow (see advt.) 
Kowat, Thomas, Warriston 


Rowat, David, manager Provideut Co-operative Society, Ltd. 

house Linside, Glasgow road 
Rowat, William, director Doloi Tea Co. (Ltd.), St. Margaret's, Park 

Rowat, Mrs. Robert, Prospecthill house 
Rowe & Co., wholesale grocers and confectioners, 112 Causeyside j 

house 2 Phillips street 
Roxburgh, Oliphant T., of Roxburgh & Sons, coachbuilders — ho. 3 

Garthland lane 
Roxburgh, Robert, & Sons, coachbuilders, Garthland carriage works, 

4 Garthland lane 
Roxburgh, Mrs., 5 Old Sneddon street 

Roy, Alexander, at the Singer Manufacturing Co. — house 2 Cross- 
flat terrace 
Royal Bank of Scotland, St. Mirren street — William Dickson, agent 
Royal Victoria Eye Infirmary, Mansion-house road — Ophthafmic 
surgeon, Dr. N. Gordon Cluckie; advice daily (except Sundays) 
at 1.30 p.m. 
Royal Liver Friendly Society, Terrace buildings — superintendent, 

Charles Brown 
Royal Alexandra Infirmary, The, Neilston street 
Russell, Andrew, at Robert Stevenson's, writer — house 11 Shuttle 

Russell, Hugh, farmer, Foxbar 

Russell, James, butcher, 2 Crossfiat terrace — house 66 Love street 
Russell, James T., timekeeper, 31 Calside 
Russell, James Longmuir, pawnbroker, 108 George street; house 

5 Walker street 
Russell, John, Avith Eadie Bros. & Co.; ho. Ballarat, Bridge of Weir 
Russell, John, farmer, Potterhill 

Russell, Matthew, coal merchant, 3 Millar st — ho. 1 Garthland st. 
Russell, R. & T., writers, 7 High street 
Russell, Robert, writer, of R. & T. Russell, and agent for Clydesdale 

Bank Limited, 7 High street — house Muirfield, Castlehead 
Russell, Thomas, writer, of R. & T. Russell — house Muu-field, 

Russell, Thomas, colhery, etc. agent — house 17 Greenhill road 
Russell, A¥m., engineer and smith, 1 Water brae — ho. 5 Argyle st. 
Russell, William, M.D.. D.P.H., 15 Broomlands — house 52 High st'. 
Russell, William, picture framer, 16 George st. — ho. 1 Barclay st. 
Russell, Mrs. James, confectioner and fruiterer, 68 Love street- 
house 66 do. 
Russell, Mary N., teacher, Carbrook Street School — house 17 
Greenhill road 



Russell, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 13 Wardrop street; house do. 

Russell, Mrs., dairy, 78 George street; house do. 

Russell, Mrs. William, 48 Causeyside 

Rutherford, Alexander H , flesher, 14 Gauze street — ho. 15 Gauze 

Rutherford, James, of Thos. Rutherford & Son, carting contractors^ 

10 Abercorn street — ho. do. 
Rutherford, Thomas, farmer, Muirhead, Linwood 
Rutherford, Thomas, & Son, carting contractors, 10 Abercorn street 

SADLER, J. P., assistant joiner, Kibble Reformatory — house 39 

Clark street 
Sale, Henry, stocktaker, valuator, and auctioneer, 13 Moss street — • 

house 8 Crossflat crescent 
Sale & Co., debt recovery agents, Terrace buildings, 109 High st. 

— tele. 13 X 1 — proprietors, W. Wilkinson and David Oakes 
Salvation Army Life Assurance, 3 Kerr street — superintendent, 

G. Ridley 
Sanderson, John Christian, B.Sc. Edin., science teacher, Camphill 

School — house 4 Lylesland terrace 
Sandilands, John, painter, decorator, and oil and colour merchant, 

102 Causeyside and 318 Glasgow road (Bythswood terrace), 

Clydebank — house 13 Mavisbank terrace 
Sandilands, John, 13 Mavisbank terrace 
Savile, J. H., proprietor and manager. Paisley Theatre — telephone. 

No. 222 — house 2 Greenlaw avenue 
Savings Bank (The) of Paisley, 107 High street— Adam R, Berry, 

actuary ; Robert Wylie, cashier 
Sawers, Joseph, carver and gilder, 40 High street — house 54 do. 
Sawers, Joseph, Jun., writer, of Young & Martin— ho. 54 High st. 
Sawers Limited, fishmong-ers and poulterers, 19 High St.; telephone 

No. 347 
Sawers, Mrs., greengrocer, 98^ George street 
Scaife, M., bootmaker, 25 Causeyside — house do. 
Scarlett, James, flesher, 54 Causeyside and 23 Neilston rd.— house 

1 Janefield place 
Scobie, James, teacher, North School— house 23 Moss street 
Scotch Girls' Friendly Society Lodge — Paisley branch, The 

Memorial Home, New street — Miss J. Poss, matron, 
Scotch Standard Hosiery Co., 12 Wellmeadow 
Scotch Wool and Hosiery Stores Ltd. (Fleming, Reid, & Co., mill& 

Greenock), branch 10 St. Mirren street— manageress. Miss E. 

Scott, Allan, sub-manager, 5 Ferguslie buildings 


Scott, Rev. A. Boyd, minister of Sherwood Church — ho. Hartfield, 

Arkleston road 
Scott, Alexander, funeral undertaker, 36 High street; house do. 
Scott, Alexander, farmer, North Mains, by Johnstone 
Scott & Brown, Misses, hosiers, 14 Gauze street 
Scott, R. S., at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house Maryville, Hawkhead 
Scott, Harry, fruiterer, 27 Love street — house 6 do. 
Scott, Henry, salesman. Equitable (Jo-op. Socy. ; 16 Neilston road 
Scott, James, manager, 42 High street 

Scott, James, manager, J. & P. Coats Ltd. — house 2 Townhead ter. 
Scott, James B., collector. Canal goods station — ho. 3 M'Intyre pi, 
Scott, James Millar, writer, of Gow Smith & Scott; house 2 

Crossflat crescent 
Scott, Robert, manager at C. H. Handasyde & Co.'s, Macfarlane 

street. Racecourse road 
Scott, Robert, head shoemaker at Kibble Reformatory — house 17 

Greenhill road 
Scott, Thomas, clerk with Ronald Jack & Co. — ho. 1 Crossflat ter. 
Scott, Thomas, of Naismith & Scott — ho. Eastholme, Hawkhead rd. 
Scott, Thomas, jnn., of Naismith & Scott — house 5 Greenlaw aven. 
Scott, Thomas, shorthand writer, Sheriff-court house — ho. 2 Clelland 

place, Ibrox, GlasgOAV 
Scott, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 23 Lawn street — house 

1a Sherwood bldgs , Glasgow road 
Scott, William, 1 Mansfield place 
Scott, William. 51 Love street 
Scott, William, warehouseman, 6 West Croft 

Scott, William, confectioner, 2 ilarcus place, Barskiven — house do. 
Scott, William, teacher, Ferguslie Public School — house 6 Spring- 
bank road 
Scott, Matilda, dress and mantle maker, 55 Broomlands 
Scott, Miss, 5 Gateside 

Scott, Miss, sewing teacher, John Neilson Institution — ho. 12 Hill view 
Scott, Miss, industrial mistress, South School — house 39 High i^treet 
Scott, Miss, of Scott & Brown, 39 High street 
Scottish Clerks' Association, Paisley District — agent, James 

Pinkerton, 40 High street 
Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society, 96 High street — district 

manager, William Stoddart— house Falside cottage 
" Scottish Referee " — W. Peden, agent and correspondent, 1 6 Moss st. 
Scottish W^idows' Fund — agents Winning & Fulton, 109 High st. 
Scoular, John, at A. F. Craig & Co.'s (Ltd.)— house 5 St. James st. 
Scedhill Finishing Company, Ltd., cloth finishers, Seedhill road ; 
telephone No. 35 


Seedhill Brick & Tile Co., brick, and tile inauuccictiirers, works 

Seggie, William, cashier at Campbell & Calderwood's — house 51 

Caledonia street 
Selway, A. W., of A. W Selway & Co. — house 2 New Smithhills 
Selway, A. W., & Co., the Cross Clothing- Company, The Cross 
Selway, Mrs., milliner, 15 Old Smithhills st. — ho. 2 New Smithhills 
Semple, D. S , Macnair & Crawford, writers and notaries public, IG 

Gilmour street 
Semple, D. S., writer, of D. S. Semple, Macnair & Crawford, 16 

Gilmour street, secretary of the Paisley Heritable Property 

Investment Society— house Beltreis 
Semple, James F., A.R.C.O., teacher of music, 1 Orr square ; house 

Carruth drive, Kilmalcolm 
Semple, George, 7 Glenview, Barterholm 
Semple, James, salesman. Co-operative Society Ltd. (Equitable) — 

house 28 Carriagehill 
Semple, Robert, jun., secretary Mission to the Deaf and Dumb — 

house 17 Maxwellton street 
Semple, Thomas H., teacher, Abercorn School — house 12 Lady lane 
Semple, William, smith, 1 Espedair street -house do. 
Semple, Misses, Townhead 
Shand, Peter, manufacturer and warehouseman, 4 Cumberland 

court — house 5 Argyle street 
Shannon, Andrew, at Gleniffer Laundry — ho. 1 Gladstone terrace 
Shannon, Peter L., treasurer, Provident Co-Operative Society — 

house 4 Mary street 
Shannon, Samuel, with James Robertson & Sons, Preserve manu- 
facturers, Ltd. — house 44 Calside 
Shannon, Mary, teacher. South Public School -ho. 2 Townhead ter. 
Shannon, Miss E., manageress, Scotch W^ool and Hosiery Stores 

Ltd., 10 St. Mirren street branch 
Sharkey, John O'H., wine and spirit merchant. Terrace tavern, 109 

High street 
Sharon Hall Mission, 168 George street— supt. J. G. Dalziel 
Sharp, Andrew, traveller for The Gleniifer Soap Co. — house 

63 West Graham street, Garnethill, Glasgow 
Sharp, Thomas S. N., cashier, goods depot Canal station — house 9 

Lady lane 
Shaw, Archibald, & Son, slaters, 51 High street — house do. 
Shaw, James, gas meter inspector — house 3 Johnston street 
Shaw, Smith, flesher, 30 Causeyside — house 26 do. ^ 

Shaw, Smith, tailor and clothier, 45 New street — house do. .^ 

Shaw, William, of Morrison & Shaw — ho. 19 Neilston road 


Shaw, William L., of yer!?uson, Shaw & Sons, and Gleniffer Soap 

Co.— house Northhook, 4 Power drive. PoUokshields 
Shaw, Mary A., Central Typewriting Offices, 12 Causeyside — house 

23 Alice place 
Shearer, James, 25 New Stock street 
Shearer, Miss Janst, tobacconist, 24 High street — house Burnside 

villa, Greenock road 
Shearer, Miss Ag-nes, confectioner and fruiterer, 6 Bank street — 

house 37 Kihjside road 
Shearer, Mrs., confectioner, 57 Causeyside — house 8 Stevenson st. 
Shedden, John, commercial traveller, 6 M^hitehaugh terrace 
Shedden, Thomas, & Co., engineers and machine makers, 29 

Gordon's lane — house 42 Mill street 
Shedden, AVilliam, consulting engineer, 3 Andrews street 
Shepherd, David, saddler, 50 Storie street — house 7 New Stock 

Sheridan, James, M A., teacher, 50 Causeyside street 
Sheridan, Agnes. Camphill School— house Stanley place, Causeyside 
Sheridan, Jane, Camphill School — house Stanley place, Causeyside 
Shields, John, general dealer, 9 Orchard street— housii do. 
Sim, Andrew B., of Scotch Standard Hosiery Co., 12 VVellmeadow 
^im, John C, cashier at Cartvale Chemical Co. Ltd. — ho. 2 

Crossflat crescent 
Sim, Robert, confectioner, 4 New Sneddon — house 27 New street 
Sim, William, wholesale grocer, 38 Thread st. — house 2 Lyleslai d 

Sim, William, M.P.S., chemist, 43 High street— house 27 W^alker 

street (see advt.) 
Sim, William J., writer, at John Pattison's, 23 Moss street — hon>e 

2 Lylesland terrace 
Sim, Miss, 61 Love street 

Simmonds, E., milliner, 35 Causeyside — house Southpark house 
Simpson, Andrew, agent lor U.S. Packing Coy., Ltd., 21 High st. 
Simpson, James, at Eadie Bros. & Co., 1 Gordon place, King street 
Simpson, John, clerk at Canal station (N.B.R.) — ho. 4 Clarence st. 
Simpson, J. W., at Alex. Reid & Bro., Ltd., Ladyburn Dyeworks 

— house Craigbog, Calder drive, Cambuslang" 
Simpson, Robert, M.A., Grammar School— house 49 Kempoch 

street, Gourock 
Simpson, Samuel, wine and spirit merchant, " Tannahill Rest," 25 

Carriagehill — house 39 Causeyside 
Simpson, William, cowfeeder, 12 Storie street 

Simpson, William, clerk at Caledonian Railway town office — house 
18 Mackenzie street 


Sinclair, Daaiel, baker and purveyor, 4 Garthlaud street and II 

Kilnside road — house Garthland house 
Singer (The), Manufacturing Company, makers of Singer's sewing 

machines — branch office, 10 St. Mirren street 
Sivell, Robert, officer of Victoria Place Baptist Church — house 20 

Argyle street 
Skelly, William, clerk at Robert Brown & Son, Ltd.— house 19 

Well street 
Skilling, James L., M.A., lecturer in chemistry. Technical School 

— house 118 Raeberry street, Glasgow 
Skinnider, Albert S., representative of the Glasgoio Herald and 

Evening Times — house 11 Whitehaugh terrace 
Slater, Alexander, electrical engineer, with J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — 

house Rosella, Elderslie 
Slater, John P., of John Finlay & Co. Ltd., ironmongers, Glasgow 

— house Wester Haircraigs, Staneley drive 
Slater, Walter D., cashier, Ronald, Jack, & Co.— house 1 Belmar 

terrace, PoUokshields 
Slaughter-House, Springbank road — John M'Luskie, superintendent 
SmaB, James, joiner, Cart lane— house 21 Well street 
Small, William, tobacconist, stationer and news-agent, 63 

Causeyside — house do. 
Smart, A. Wilson, & Son, chartered accountants, factors, and insur- 
ance agents, 98 High street; telephone No. 188 
Smart, A. Wilson, jun., C.A., of A. Wilson, Smart, & Son and Angus 

Keay & Allison — house 21 Holyrood crescent, Glasgow 
Smart, Hugh, assistant superintendent. Prudential Assurance Coy. 

Ltd. — house 2 Phillips street 
Smart & Rolland, merchant tailors and clothiers, 94 High street 
Smart, Thomas, of National Telephone Co. — house 11 Carbrook 

Smiley, H. H., of Peter Kerr & Son— house Gallowhill, Renfrew 

Smith, Alexander, baker, 41 Broomlands and Abercorn bakery, 

10 North Croft — ho. 41 Broomlands 
Smith, Alexander, grocer, 4 Neilston road— ho. 4 Mary street 
Smith, Andrew, of W. Caldwell & Co. — house Miltonlea, 

Smith, Benjamin, of Smith Brothers & Co.— house Clairedowan, 

Smith, Benjamin C, of Smith Brothers & Co.— house Roystou, 

Sunnyside "• 

Smith Bros. & Co., shawl manufacturers, 9, 10, and 11 Forbes 

place, Marshall's lane, and Burnside mills 


Smith, Benjamiii, director of Coates Bros., Ltd. — house South park 

Smith, David, cartwright, 7 Galloway street —house 7 Kerr street 

Smith, David, retired grocer, 21 Seedhill road 

Smith, David, quarry traveller, 13 Douglas street 

Smith, David, teacher, Oakshaw Public School — ho 38 Fero;uslie 

Smith, Duncan S., of Smith Brothers & Co. — house St. Clair villa, 

Carriagehill drive 
Smith, Edward, flesher, 5 Springbank road — house 7 do. 
Smith, George M., clerk in Anchor mills — house 27 Storie street 
Smith, Hugh C., lithographic printer, 11 Whitehead street 
Smith, Hugh C., jun., hairdresser, 72 Broomlands — ho. 4 Clavering 

Smith, Hugh, at J. & P. Coats Ltd. — ho. Mossgiel, Castlehead 
Smith, J. B. Veitch, sub-agent the Clydesdale Bank, Ltd. — house 

2 Janefield place 
Smith, James, flesher, 19 Sandholes — house do. 
Smith, James, farmer, New Mains, Inchinnan 

Smith, James, of Naismith & Scott — house 10 Whitehaugh terrace 
Smith, James W., wine and spirit merchant, 36 Storie street — house 

^'2 Storie street 
Smith, John, eating-house keeper, 21 Thread street — house 33 Back 

Maxwellton street 
Smith & M'Intyre, stock-takers and valuators, 9 High street 
Smith, John, coachman to Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd. — ho. 3 Albion 

Smith, John B., Lisurance representative and general insurance 

broker, 204 W. George street, Glasgow — house Fereneze. 

view, Mary street 
Smith, John G., traveller at George Dobie & Son's — ho. 100 Both- 
well street, Glasgow 
Smith, John, of Smith Brothers & Co. — house Royston, Sunnyside 
Smith, Reginald H., clerk at J. & P. Coats, Ltd. — house 1 Thistle 

Smith, Richard R. W., director of Coates Bros., Ltd. — house 

51 Cecil street, Hillhead, Glasgow 
Smith, Richard, Executors, Ltd. manufacturing chemists, Clark 

street ; offices, 182 West street, Glasgow 
Smith, Robert, hatter and hosier, 95 High street— house Laighpark 

villa, Johnstone 
Smith, Robert, tailor and clothier, 112 Causeyside — house 16 

Johnston street 
Smith, Samuel, at J. & P. Coats Limited — house 28 Overdale 

gardens, Langside, Glasgow 
Smith, Thomas, 8 Calside 


Smith, T. Gow, of Gow Smith & Scott, Morven, Castlehead, and 

Redclyffe, Skelmorlie 
Smith, Gow, & Scott, writers, 13 St. James place; telephone No^ 

Smith, Walter, traveller with James Robertson & Sons, Preserve 

manufacturers, Ltd. — house 12 Abbey street 
Smith, William, cashier to M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead 

— house Anna villa, Greenock road 
Smith. William, clerk. Royal Bank ; house 2 M'Kerrell street 
Smith, Mrs., french polisher, 22 Storie street 
Smith, William, weigher, No. 1 Municipal weighing" machine, St. 

James street — house 56 Caledonia street 
Smith, William, 41 Broomlands 
Smith, William, church officer. Canal Street Church — house 10 

Smith, William, accountant. National Bank of Scotland Limited — 

house 13 St. Mirren street 
Smith, William Gunn, naval architect at Abercorn Shipbuilding 

Coy. — house Glencairn, Argyle road, Saltcoats 
Smith, William, inspector of police, Central Police Office, Gilmour 

street — house 27 Storie street 
Smith, Janet, teacher West Public school — house 7 Wellmeadow 
Smith, Mrs. Margaret, Olivemount, 13 Whitehaugh drive 
Smith, Mrs., confectioner, 18 Orchard street — house do. 
Smith, Miss, draper, 18 George street — house 16 Barclay street 
Smith, Mrs., grocer, 8 Cotton street — house do. 
Smith, Marion, fruiterer, 29 George street 
Snodgrass, Archibald, of Snodgrass & Brown, mill furnisher, 37 

and 38 Old Sneddon — house 8 Whitehaugh terrace 
Snodgrass & Brown, mill furnishers and cycle agents, 37 

and 38 Old Sneddon. Telephone No. 123 
Snodgrass, James, miller and grain merchant, Saucell Mills — house 

4 Greenlaw terrace 
Soho Engine Works (Campbell & Calderwood), Murray street 
Sommerville, John, met^l merchant, Greenhill road — house 4 do. 
vSomerville, Samuel, at R. Love & Co.'s — house 35 Broomlands 
Sommerville, Mrs., dairy, 18 Williamsburgh 
Sorbie, John, shoemaker, 18 Neilston road — house 19 do. 
Sorbie, William, hairdresser, 16 Neilston road — house 25 New 

Stock street 
Souden, Jas., M.A., teacher of classics and mathematics John 

Neilson Institution, and Lecturer on Physics at Technical 

School — house 31 Ferry road, Renfrew 
Souden, J. R., foreman at J. & J. Cook's — house 35 Causeyside 


Southwell, Peter, & Son, ropespinners, Laighpark ropeworks, 

Abercorn street 
Southwell, Peter, of P. Southwell & Son — house 10 Crossflat 

Southwell, John, of P. Southwell & Son — house 8 Crossflat crescent 
Speirs, Alexander, of Speh'S & Gibb — house Greenhill 
Speu's & Gibb, granite, coal merchants, sole makers of the 

Flaemkwick firelighters. Underwood, Canal, Ferguslie, 

Potterhill, and Saucel depots 
Speirs, Gibb, & Co., fire clay manufacturers, Caledonia Fire Clay 

works, Burgh lands, oft" Greenock road 
Speirs, John, china merchant, 15 and 19 Cotton street — house 2 

Thread street 
Speirs, Robert, weigher. No. 2 Municipal weighing machine, South 

Croft — house 2 Thread street 
Speirs, William, plasterer and cement worker. Bridge street — ho. 

8 Crossflat crescent 
Spiers, Jeanie, hosier, 11 Moss street ; house 54 Geoi-ge street 
Speirs, Mrs. Mary, confectioner, 51 Storie street — house do. 
Spence, Jas., upholsterer. 4 Wellmeadovv — house do. 
Spence, James, detective officer. Central Police ofiice — house 15 

Blythswood drive 
Spen(;e, James, of John Spence & Sons — house Drumcroil, Staneley 

Spence, John, & Sons,wholesale provision merchants, 62 Storie street 
Spence, Mi-s. Wm., clothes mangier, 33 Lady lane 
Spooner, Mrs., trained nurse, 24 Abbey street 

Sproul, John, bootmaker, 1 Underwood lane — ho. 1 Henderson st. 
Spruell, Andrew, veterinary surgeon, horse shoer and jobbing 

smith, 8 Christie street — house 5 do. 
Spruell, Robert, teacher, Williamsburgh Public School — house 5 

Christie street 
Stabell, Helge, Swedish Steel Sewing Machines (The Swedish 

Place), 16 Johnston street — house 25 Causeyside 
Stead & Simpson, Limited, boot and shoe merchants, 8 Moss street 

and 91 High street 
Steel, James, fishmonger and poulterer, 47 Moss street — house 

Wedderburn. Blackball ; telephone No. 156 
Steel, William, 36 Storie street 
Steel, William H. D., clerk with J. & P. Coats, Ltd.; house 4 

Ferguslie buildings 
Steel, Mrs. William, tobacconist, 76 Fligh st. — house 18 Sandholes 
Steen, James, teacher, Oakshaw Public School — house 17 White- 
head street 


Steen, \¥m. M., clerk, British Linen Coy. Bank — ho. 3 M'lutyre pi. 

Stephens, B. W., teacher of music, 3 M'Kerrell street 

Steven, Anne, teacher, Carbrook Street School; ho. 15 Argyle st. 

Steven, Mrs. William, baker, 82 Canal street 

Stevenson, Allan, foreman with Wm Gillespie & Son, slaters — ho. 

2 Caledonia street 
Stevenson, Allan, wine and spirit merchant, 5 Broomlands — ho. do. 
Stevenson, Allan, joiner and cabinetmaker, 90 George street ; house 

14 Wellmeadow 
Stevenson, Charles M., journalist, " Gazette " office — house Edge- 
wood, Greenlaw avenue 
Stevenson, David, crated water manufacturer, 5 and 8 Glen lane — 

house 5 do. 
Stevenson, D. E., at Fleming & Ferguson Ltd. — ho. 2 George place 
Stevenson, James, grocer and provision merchant, 42 Broomlands — 

house 14 Wellmeadow street 
Stevenson, James, grocer and wine merchant, 13 Abbey street — 

house do. 
Stevenson, John, with Thomas M'Kaig ; house 28 Love street 
Stevenson, John, M.D., CM., dispensaries 29 Wellmeadow and 55 

Causeyside — house Stow cottage, 3 Stow place 
Stevenson, John, agent, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society 

— house 35 Broomlands 
Stevenson, John, newsagent, 24 Broomlands street; house do. 
Stevenson, J. L., of William Morrison & Son, Glasgow — house 

Annfield place j| 

Stevenson, Peter, farmer, Bardrain, by Elderslie • 

Stevenson, Robert, writer, clerk to the Property and Income-Tax 

Commissioners for the Upper Ward of Renfrew, 99 High street 

— house 3 Greenlaw terrace 
Stevenson, Robert, china merchant, 22 Broomlands — house do. 
Stevenson, Thomas, coal merchant, 41 Clark street and Underwood 

depot — house 41 Clark street 
Stevenson, Walter, joiner, M^'Gown street — ho. 3 Blythswood dr. 
Stevenson, William, general merchant, 51 Storie street — house 4 

Abbey terrace 
Stevenson, Miss Janet, grocer, 41 Clark street — house do. 
Stevenson, Lizzie, fruiterer and confectioner, 31 Well street — ho. 

24 Broomlands 
Stevenson, Maggie, North Public School — house 28 New street 
Stevenson, Mrs. Marion, cowfeeder, 73 Canal street — house do. 
Stevenson, Mrs., Bull inn, 5 New street 
Stevenson, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 22 New Smithhills— ^ 

house do. 


Stewart, Archd., 27 Well street 

Stuart, A. M., with Smith Brothers — house 38 Ferguslie 
Stewart, Alexauder, confectioner, 1 Sprin,2;bauk road — house do. 
Stewart, Alexander, confectioner and fruiterer, 71 George street 
Stewart, Alex., janitor and gymnastic instructor Williamsburgh 

School — house 3 Allison buildings, Williamsburgh 
Stewart, A. M., designer, 38 Ferguslie 
Stewart, Andrew, joiner, 96 George street 
Stewart, Anthony, agent for Prudential Assurance Coy., Ltd. — 

house 3 Clavering street 
Stewart, Chas., teacher, Camphill School — house 39 Kilnside road 
Stewart, David B., at Stewart & Wallace's- -house 8 St. James st. 
Stewart, Hawthorn, chemist and druggist, 81 High street ; Tele- 
phone No. 6 Y ; house 9 Orr square 
Stewart & Hendry, registered plumbers and gasfitters, 22 Glen st. 
Stewart, James, shoemaker, 19 Broomlands— house 7 West street 
Stewart, James, gate keeper to J. & P. Coats Limited — house 

Newton Grange, Green road 
Stewart, James, at Alexander Gardner's — house 26 Kilnside road 
Stewart, James, & Co., distillers. King street, Saucel 
Stewart, James, manager at Abercorn Weaving Factory — house 5 

Underwood road 
Stewart, James S., C.A., of Macdonald, Stewart, & Stewart, C.A. 

• — -house Dungorm 
Stewart, John, farmer, Thornly park 

Stewart, John, of John Stewart & Co , Glasgow — ho. Falside house 
Stewart, John, cowfeeder, 97 George street 
Stewart, John, Greenhill house 

Stewart, John, wine and spirit merchant, 116 George st. ; ho. do. 
Stewart, John D., clerk at Sacell Distillery — house St. Marys, 

Stewart, John M., at Stew^art & Wallace, 8 St. James street 
Stewart, John M'Callum, M.B., Ch.B., Glasgow, at Riccartsbar 

Stewart, Kenneth, detective sergeant — house 26 Blackball street 
Stewart & Peebles slaters, 24 Thread street 

Stewart, Peter D., of Stewart & Wallace — house 8 St. James street 
Stewart, Peter, 2 M'Intyre place 
Stewart, Peter, of Stewart & Hendry, plumbers and gasfitters — ho 

8 St. James street 
Stewart, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 8 Orchard street — ^house 

Aliwal house, Gourock 
Stewart, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 5 Kilnside road — house do, 
Stewart, Robert H., Greenhill house 


Stewart, P. M,, clerk, Royal Bank of Scotland - ho. Lilybank, 

Stewart, Thomas, fruiterer and confectioner, 38 Well street — house 

1 Underwood lane 
Stewart & Wallace, dyers, St. James streei dyeworks 
Stewart, William, carting contractor, 42 Back Sneddon — house do» 

(see advt.) 
Stewart, William, teacher, Abercorn Public School — house Comrie^ 

39 Albert drive, Pollokshields 
Stewart, William, warehouseman at M. Greenlees & Sou's — house 

Stewart, Miss A., Glenbrae cottage, Falside 
Stewart, Isa, drapier and hosier, 36 M'Kerrell street 
Stewart, Mrs. G. P., wine and spirit merchant, 22 Gauze street 
vStewart, Mrs. Jessie, confectioner, 5 Love street 
Stewart, Mrs., confectioner, 4 Espedair — house do. 
Stewart, Mrs. Joseph, baker, 7 Old Sneddon — ho. 5 Old Sneddon 
Stewart, Mrs., The Cottage, Nethercraigs 
Stich, Alexander, of Stich, Noble, & Co., egg importers, Glasgow, 

Leith, and London — house Wohnfried, Riccartsbar avenue ; 

N rational telephone No. 353 
Stirling, Hugh, jun., at George Dobie & Son — ho. 27 George street 
Stirling, J. K., at Saucel distillery — house 44 Broomlands street 
Stirling, James, M.A., Rector of the Grammar School and Wm. B, 

Barbour Academy — house 9 Hillington Park circus, Cardonald 
Stirling, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Caledonia st. — ho. do. 
Stirling, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 2 Wellmeadow — house do, 
Stirrat, Robert, farmer, Home Farm, Blackstoun 
Stirrat, W. B., of Barr, Stirrat, & Co. — ho. Westmarch, Kilmalcolm 
Stobo, John, market gardener, Westmarch cottage 
Stobo, Mrs. Alex., market gardener, Kelburn cottage, Racecourse rd. 
Stoddart, William, district manager Scottish Legal Life Assurance 

Society — house Falside cottage 
Stokesley, John, Avith James A M. M'Donald ; house 23 Argyle st. 
Stonefield Laundry (W. P. Robertson, proprietor), Stonefieldy 

telephone No. 170 (see advt.) 
Storrie, James, of J. & W. Storrie — house 49 Love street 
Storrie, James, reporter Paisley office, " Glasgow Herald " and 

" Evening Times" — house 9 Garthland lane 
Storie, John, manufacturer, Cumberland Mill, 110 Causeyside — 

house 91 High street 
Storrie, J. & W., china merchants, 37 High street and 1 Storie 

street (see advt.) 
Storie, Robert, at Thomas White & Sons' — house 7 Laighpark 


Storrie, Thos. C, cashier The Gleniffer Soap Co. — house 3 Mavis- 
bank terrace 

Storrie, William, 8 Janefield place 

Storrie, Mrs. J., french polisher, 19 Greenhill road 

Storie, Mrs. John, 1 Johnston street 

Storrie, Mrs. William, of J. & W. Storrie —house 49 Love street 

Strachan, James, dairyman, 7 Carriagehill 

Strachan, John G., jun., cashier to Andrew Elliot — house 52 
Caledonia street 

Strafford, H S , draper, 13 Wellmeadow, and at Dunoon — house 
Glamis cottage, Dunoon 

Strang, Christopher, farmer, Whiteford, Hawkhead road 

Strang, Rev. Robert C, M.A., minister of U.F. Martyrs' Church — 
manse Castlehead 

Strathern, James, Camphill Public School; house Gateside, Beith 

Sturrock, Rev. James B., minister of Free High Church — manse 
29 Oakshaw street 

Summers, James, baker, 12 Gauze street — house lOo High street 

Sun Insurance Office — branch Sun buildingu, 42 Reufield street, 
Glasgow (see advt.) 

Sutherland, Innes, sergeant of police, 27 Kilnside road 

Sutherland, Robert, 2nd janitor, Camphill School — house 2 Alex- 
andria place 

Sutherland, Thos., mechanic at Ronald, Jack, & Co.'s — ho. Nether- 

Sutherland, William, grocer and provision merchant, 23 Wellmea- 
dow — ho. 10 Argyle street 

Suttie, George C, supervisor of Inland Revenue, Inland Revenue 
Office, 8 St. Mirren street — ho. Isa Bank, Arkleston road 

Swan, J. & M., bakers, Causevside and Glasgow road bakeries; 
telephone No. 230 

Swan, John, Elliestoun, Calside 

Swan, Robert. 80 Seedhill road 

Swan, Mrs. M., Eversdale, Hawkhead road, and Lochiel Lodge, 

Swanson, John, sergeant of police — house 1 Clarence street 

S weenie, James W., of Robin & Sweenie, 3 Well street 

Sweenie, Mrs., Lucetta cottage, Calside 

Sweenie, John, furniture broker, 28 New Smithhills 

Sweeney, John, officer of School wynd Congregational Church — ho. 
1 Church place 

Sweenie, Miss E., confectioner, 13 Stock street — h^use do. 

Symcox, John H., drill instructor, Drill Hall — house 109 High 


Symington, George E,, of J. M. Symington, 35 Millar street,'. 

Glasgow — house Windyhaugh, Troon 
Symington, J. M., yarn merchant, 35 Millar street, Glasgow 
Symiugton, Miss A. M., 33 Oakshaw street 
Symington, Mrs. J. M.. jun., 4 Garthland place 
Symington, Mrs. J. M., sen., Oakshaw house 

TAGG, Alex., teacher Mossvale Public School — house Glenfruin,. 

Calside avenue 
Tait, Kev. Gavin J., M.A., minister of U.F. St. George's church — 

manse Blackhall 
Tait, David A., commercial traveller, 3 Whitehaugh terrace 
Tannahill, Andrew, cutler and gunmaker, 1 Old Smithhilis— house 

• 6 Phillips street 
Tannahill, Andrew, church officer, Middle Parish Church — house 

23 Oakshaw street 
Tannahill, AVilliam, manager Ronald, Jack, & Co., 4 Park terrace 
Tannett, John C, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, Ltd. — house 

Leven bank, 4G Esplanade, Greenock 
Taylor, Alexander G., clerk, British Linen Coy. Bank, Glasgow — 

house St. Margaret villa, Greenlaw drive 
Taylor, Andrew, paint, oil, and color merchant, 47 Oswald street, 

Glasgow — house 1 Park terrace 
Taylor, Donald, confectioner, 2 Silk street — hou=>e do. 
Taylor. George, clerk at National Bank of Scotland — house Janetta 

cottage, Arkleston road 
Taylor, George, hairdresser, 70 High street — house 5 Park terrace 
Taylor, James H., School Board visiting officer, 5 County place — 

house Gates ide 
Taylor, James Robb, teacher Ferguslie Public School — house 

Simnylaw, Brediland 
Taylor, John, carting contractor. Moss-side, Greenock road 
Taylor, John, M.A., F.E.I.S., headmaster Camphill Public School 

— house Ravenswood, Castlehead 
Taylor, John M. B., curator at Museum— house do. 
Taylor, John R., commission agent, Glasgow — house Heathcot, 

vStaneley drive 
Taylor, Robert, of William Taylor & Sons— ho. , Janetta cottage, 

Arkleston road 
Taylor, Thomas, confectioner, 97 Causeyside — house 4 George st. 
Taylor, Thomas, 6 Maxwell street 
Taylor, Thomas Henry, L.D.S., surgeon-dentist, 1 Gauze street^ 

Ivy Bank, South Beach Avenue, Ardrossan ; assistant, Dr. 

D. Crerar, M.B.C.M., L.D.S. 


Taylor, William, of William Taylor & Sons ; ho. 12 Greenlaw av. 
Taylor, William, & Sons, masons, builders, and brickbuilders, 12 

Greenlaw avenue 
Taylor, William, M.A., headmaster, South Public School — house. 

Dunalister, Castlehead 
Taylor, William, teacher Camphill School — ho. Sunnylaw, Brediland 
Taylor, Isabella, teacher, Abercorn School — house 7 Gateside 
Taylor, Miss Janet, spirit dealer. Moss-side, Greenock road 
Taylor, Mrs., ladies' nurse, 1 Well street 

Taylor, Mrs. Thomas, Tannahill Laundry, 21 Castle street— ho. do. 
Teesdale, Polly, teacher, Abercorn School — house 9 Oxford terrace, 

Telephone (National) Co., Limited, Terrace buildings 
Telfer, Mrs., dressmaker, 93 George street 

Tellet, William E., M.D., medical practitioner, surgery, 28 Causey- 
side — house 2 Royal terrace 
Templeton, J., & Co., washers and dressers, Jenny's Well laundry 

— house Jenny's Well (see advt.) 
Tennant, John A., clerk and accountant at Walker & Laird's • 

house 3^ Bank street 
Thom, John, farmer, Hallhill, by Howwood 
Thom, Bryce, & Cornelius, engineers, smiths, and millwrio-hts 

Lylesland and Barterholm 
Thom, John, of Thom, Bryce, & Cornelius ; ho. Thorn, Johnstone 
Thom, Mrs. M., china merchant, 94 Causeyside ; house 23 Canal" 

Thomson, Alexander, linen and woollen draper, hosier, etc., 79 High 

street — house 11 Hillview place 
Thomson, Alex. D., inarine engineer — house 1 Underwood 
Thomson, Allan F., South Park 

Thomson, Andrew, yarn merchant, Glasgow — ho. Roslyn, Craw road 
Thomson, Andrew, gas meter inspector — house Oldhall road 
Thomson, Archibald, yarn agent, 3 Cumberland court ; house 4 

Greenlaw avenue 
Thomson, Adam, Wellbourne, Meikleriggs 
Thomson, Archd., of J. Y. Kelly ; house 43 High street 
Thomson, Christian B., 21 Greenview terrace 
Thomson, J. & J., yarn merchants, 2 Causeyside 
Thomson, James, lieutenant of police, Central Police Office^ 

Gilmoiir street — house 7 Clarence street 
Thomson, James, of J. & J. Thomson — house 21 Oakshaw st. 
Thomson, James Alexander, teacher, Grammar School ; house 11 

Whitehaugh terrace 
Thomson, James, nurseryman, Stonefield — house do. : 


Thomson, James K., painter, 67 Causeyside — house 21 Gleuview 

Thomson, James, clerk, Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd., Well- 
meadow branch; house 56 Broomlands street 

Thomson, J. G., Session Clerk for High Parish. Parties wishing 
proclamation of marriage may apply to Mr. Thomson at Strat- 
tonville, Meikleriggs, or to Robert Arthur, 13 Oakshaw street 

Thomson, John Gray, I'.E.I.S., head master of John Neilson Insti- 
tution — house Strattonville, Meikleriggs 

Thomson, John, of J. & J. Thomson — house 21 Oakshaw street 

Thomson, John, clerk, Union Bank of Scotland, Ltd. — house 21 
St. James street 

Thomson, John, clerk at J. & D. Whitehead's; house 9 Wellmeadow 

Thomson, Joseph, furnishing ironmonger, plumber, and gasfitter, 
Masonic buildings, 96 High street; workshop 32 do.; house 
Sunnyside, Park road 

Thomson, Peter, loom card cutter, 8 Forbes place — ho. 43 Well st. 

Thomson, Rev. James, B.D., minister of Martyrs' Church— manse 

Thomson, Robert, house painter, 1 South Bridge street — ho. do. 

Thomson, Robert, town chamberlain — office Municipal buildings 
— house Morven villa, Elackhall 

Thomson, Robert, house furnisher, 24 Neilston road ; house 1 
Rowan street 

Thomson, Robert, coal merchant and contractor — depots, Colinslee 
and Potterhill ; office, Neilston road ; house, 24 Neilston road 

Thomson, Robert, clerk at Robert Brown & Son, Ltd., 9 Well- 

Thomson, Robert, greengrocer, 36 M'Kerrell street — house do. 

Thomson, Totten, manager of the Glasgow & Govan Boot Repairs 
Co., 26 Williamsburgh 

Thompson, Watson, with John Highgate & Co. ; house 5 Walker 

Thomson, William C, tailor and clothier, 16 Gilmour street — house 
9 Gateside 

Thomson, William, of R. & J. Dick's — house 18 Argyle street 

Thomson, William, boot and shoemaker, 3 Wardrop street ; ho. do. 

Thomson, Elizabeth, tobacconist and newsagent, 24 New street ; 
house 3 Wardrop street 

Thomson, Jessie, West Public School — house 9 East lane 

Thomson, Miss, dressmaker, 4 Wellmeadow — house 34 Lady lane 

Thomson, Miss, dressmaker, 36 Well street 

Thomson, Miss, milliner, 29 New Smithhills — house 2 Park terrace, 
Underwood road 


Thomson, Miss Ann, tobacconist, 11 Old Smithhills street 
Thomson, Mrs., wine and spirit merchant, 44 Old Sneddon — house 

3 County place 

Thomson, Mrs. A., confectioner, 90 Pligh street — ho. 9 East lane, 


Thomson, Mrs. David, wine and spirit merchant, 65 Love st. ho. do. 

Thomson, Mrs. John, fancy goods warehouse, 94 High street — 

house 44 New street 
Thomson, Williamina, West Public School — house Howwood 

School house 
Ting Tong Tea Co., 8 Moss street and 14 Wellmeadow street — 

Alexander Gray, manager 
Thorley, Sons, & Co., mineral water manufacturers, ale and stout 

bottlers, and whisky blenders, 18 Abbey street (see advt.) 
Thorley, Joseph, of Thorley, Sons, & Co., 18 Abbey street — house 

2 Unsted place 
Thorley, Robert, of Thorley, Sons, & Co., 18 Abbey street — house 

4 Townhead terrace 

Thorley, William, of Thorley, Sons, & Co., 18 Abbey street — house 

4 Townhead terrace 
Todd, Alexander, time-keeper. Gasworks — house o Buchanan ter. 
Todd, David, at George Todd's, 13 High St. — ho. 35 Wellmeadow 
Todd, George, sen., brassfounder, 13 High street — ho. 34 Lady lane 
Todd, John J., writer, 12 High street — house 5 Buchanan terrace 
Todd, Mary G., teacher, Williamsburgh Public School — house 5 

Buchanan terrace 
Tolmie, John, gatekeeper at J. & P. Coats Limited — house Wood- 
side lodge 
Tool, Andrew, hairdresser, 23 Neilston rd. — house 21 Neilson street 
Toole, James, 20 Argyle street 

Tough, James G., salesman with Robert Smith — house 8 Sandholes 
Tovvart, Robert, agent for R. Griersou & Coy. — house Raguel, 

Towers, Joseph W., M.A., teacher. Grammar School — house 5 

Mavisbank terrace 
Towers, Thomas P., writer, 16 Moss street — ho. Rockfield cottage, 

Townley, Wm. A., tobacconist, 29 New Smithhills — house 28 do. 
Towns, Alexander, flesher, 28 Well street — house 17 do. 
Towns, Archibald, tailor and clothier, 23 Moss street — house do. 
Traill, David, confectioner, 6 Glen street — house do. 
Ti-amway Company (Ltd.), tramway owners, and coach and omnibus 

hirers, 11 Incle street — telephone No. 251 — Robt. Drummond, 




Travers, Alice, grocer, 150 George street — ho. do. 

Trench, Thomas, blacksmith and bellhanger, 6 Orchard street — ■ 

house 3 George street 
Tudhope, D., resident teacher, Industrial School 
Tulloch, Hugh A., headmaster, Oakshaw Public School — house 

2 Caledonia place 
TurnbuU, Christina, milliner and dressmaker, 16 Moss street 
Turner, Adam, gardener, Moredun, Stanely road 
Turner, John, gardener, Speirsfield, High Calside 
Turner, Wm. M. M., of William Foulds & Co., Limited, 4 School 

Tyler, H. P., boot merchant, 90 High street 
Tyre, Geo., wine and spirit merchant, 3 George street — house 2 

Stow place 
Tyre, James, covvfeeder and contractor, 39 George street 

UNDERWOOD Co-operative Coal Society (Limited), coal merchants. 

Underwood and Potterhill depots — manager, John Holmes, 25 

St. James street (see advt. ) 
Union Bank of Scotland Limited, 3 Gilmour street; branch, 31 

Wellmeadow — John E. Murray, agent 
Ure, David, of J. & D. Ure — house Chapelfield cottage, Blackball 
Ure, James, of J. & D. Ure — house Carronvale, Glasgow road 
Ure, J. & D., grocers and provision merchants, 22 High street — - 

telephone No. 171 
Ure, Thomas, grocer, 97 Causeyside — house 3 Mansion house road 
Urie, Matthew, joiner and builder, Laighpark — house Overdale, 

Renfrew road 
Urquhart, Robert, 6 Seedhill road 
Urquhart, Robert, fruiterer and confectioner, 19 Wellmeadow — 

house 3 Douglas street 
Urquhart, William, confectioner, 81^ High st. and 35|- Broomlands 

— house 3 King street 
Urquhart, Mrs., tobacconist and stationer, 1 Johnston st. — ho. do. 

VEITCH, George Seton, agent for Bank of Scotland, North British 
and Mercantile Insurance Co., and Norwich and London 
Accident Co. — house Friarshall, Park road 

Victoria Clothing Company, 17 Moss street 

Victoria Laundry (House of Refuge), Lady lane 

Virtue, John, wine and spirit merchant, 148 George street — house 
110 do. 

Vulcan Foundry and Engine works (Fullerton, Hodgart, & Bar- 
clay Limited), Renfrew road 


WADDELL, A. L., & Sons, carvers and gilders, 43 Wellmeadow — 

house do. (see advt.) 
Waddell, J. M., fruiterer and florist, 36 High street; house 8 

Crossflat crescent 
Waddell, J. M., mill foreman, 8 Crossflat crescent 
Waddell, John, Glasgow Weekly Mail office — house 7 Neilston st. 
Waddell, R. D., pork butcher and sausage maker, 96 High street 
Wagstaff, Mrs, waste dealer, 5 Orchard street — ^ho. do. 
AV^alker, Adam, traveller with Henry Noble & Son — house 78 

Broomlands street 
Walker, Alexander, cowfeeder, 32 Castle street 
Walker, Alexander, cowfeeder, 50 Mill street 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., yarn printers, dyers, and scourers, 

Arkleston Printworks 
Walker, James, cowfeeder, 18 Gauze street 
Walker, Jadies, chemist and druggist, 12 St. James place and 21 

Neilston road — house 12 St. James place 
Walker, James, superintendent of Hawkhead Cemetery — house 

Cemetery lodge 
VYalker, James, spirit dealer, 16 Broomlands 
Walker, James L., cashier at Clark & Co. Ltd. — ho. St. Margaret, 

Greenlaw drive 
Walker, John R., of Walkers & Co. — house 11 Grosvenor crescent, 

Kelvinside, Glasgow 
Walker, John, cowfeeder, 21 and 23 Abbey street 
Walker, Martin, pawnbroker, 17 Storie street — house do 
Walker, Robert, farmer, Brounsfield, Inchinnan 
Walker, Robert, draper, 9 Hill view place — house do. 
Walker, Stewart, confectioner, 9 Back Sneddon — house do. 
Walker, Miss Thomina, The Bield, Mansion-house road 
Walker, T. & W., & Laird, writers and notaries public, Municipal 

buildings, 14 Gilmour street — telephone No. 316 
Walker, William, writer and notary public, of T. W. Walker & 

Laird ; Burgh procurator-fiscal ; secretary and treasurer to the 

Faculty of Procurators, and secretary and treasurer to the 
\ ' Liberal Unionist Association — house EUesmere, Glasgow road 
Walker, William L., lecturer on agriculture, Technical School — 

house Public School, Kilmalcolm 
Walker, Wm. R., teller. Union Bank — house 268 Bath st., Glasgow 
Walker, Mrs,, 3 Mansion house road 

Walker, Miss, dairymaid, 7 Springbank road — house Mackenzie st. 
Walkers & Co., manufacturers, 113 Causeyside 
Wallace, Charles, slater, 23 New Smithhills — house do. 
Wallace, Charles, plumber and slater, 2 Christie street 


"Wallace & Co., drapers and silk mercers, 15 High street 
Wallace, Connell, & Co., plumbers, sanitary engineers, and lead 

merchants, 8 Gilmonr street; telephone No. 133 
"Wallace, Gciorge, tailor and clothier, 3 Moss street — house 4 Max- 

wellton street 
"Wallace, James, foreman designer with Coates Bros., Ltd. — ^ho. 27 

Causey side 
Wallace, James, butcher, 8 Love street — house do. 
Wallace, James, L.D.S., surgeon-dentist, 94 High street — house 

St. Kevin's, Meikleriggs 
Wallace, John, grocer, 31 George street — house do. 
Wallace, John, painter and paperhanger, 1 Johnston street — house 

14 Wardrop street 
Wallace, John, hairdresser, 6 Brown's lane — ho. 18 Stock street 
Wallace, Uobert, at John Young & Co.'s — house Ailsa, Whitehaugh 

Wallace, Robert, hairdresser, 16 Johnston street — house 28 

Wallace, Robert, flesher. 37 Well street — ho. 2 Sutherland street 
Wallace, R. S., of Wallace & Co. — house Launceston, Kilmalcolm 
Wallace, Elizabeth, teacher, East Public School — house 23 

New Smithhills 
Wallach, Mrs., Christie street 

Walls, Davina, stationer, 1 Wellmeadow— house 40 Lady lane 
Wallneuk Saw Mills (John Clark & Co.), 12 Wallneuk 
Walmsley, John, general manager J. & P. Coats Limited, Woodbank, 

Craw road 
Walsh, John, canvasser Ayr Steam Shipping Co. — house 3 Lylcs- 

laud terrace 
Walsh, William, merchant, commission and insurance agent, and 

secretary to Oddfellows' Society, 5 Cumberland court — house 

3 Lylesland terrace 
Walton, Rev. W. Ainslie, minister of St. James U.F. Church — ho. 

St. James manse, Castlehead 
Warden, Mary T., milliner, 36 High street— house Craigueuk, 

Wardrop, James, cooper and general dealer, Colinslee — house 14 

Warnock, Archibald, of Warnnck Brothers — house 1 East Croft 
Warnock, jun., James, coal merchant and carting contractor, 13 

Abercorn street — house 16 Niddry street 
Warnock Bros., steam lighterage contractors and sand merchants, 

14 Abercorn street 
Warnock, David, of Warnock Bros. — house 10 New Sneddon 


Warnock, James, watchmaker, jeweller, and optician, 16 Johnston 

street — house 57 Canal street 
Warnock, Maxwell, of Warnock Bros. — house 1 East Croft 
Waters, Archd. F. C, of Waters & Co. — house 22 Wallace street 
Waters, Cook, & Co., manufacturers, 22 Thread street — telegraphic 

address, " Waters, Paislej " 
Waters, James, greengrocer and confectioner, 6 Orchard street — 

house do. 
Waters, James, foreman to Cowan & Co., 3 West Croft — house 

6 Orchard street 
Waters, William, of Waters, Cook, & Co. — house Gartmorn villa, 

Greenlaw drive 
Waters, Wn^, manager to Cartvale Chemical Co. (Limited) 

— house 60 New Sneddon 
Waters, William, confectioner, 11 Springbank road — ho. do. 
Waters & Co., carting contractors, 22 Wallace street — house do. 
Waterston, James, at Smith Bros. & Co.'s — house 22 Blackball street 
Waterston, Jessie, teacher, Carbrook street Public School — house 

40 High street 
Watson, Alex., cashier at Adam Hamilton & Son's Ltd. — house 6 

M'Intyre place 
Watson, A. & T., boot and shoe makers, 4 Wellmeadow 
Watson, A. & W., butchers, 25 Causeyside st. and 11 Kilnside road 
Watson, Allan, of A. & W. Watson — house 2 Greenlaw terrace 
Watson, Charles, cowfeeder, 14 High street 
Watson, Brothers, machinists and cycle makers, 84 George street — • 

house do. 
Watson, Christopher, farmer, Fuhvood, by Johnstone 
Watson, David, banker, Glasgow — ho. Alton villa, Hawkhead road 
Watson, Henry, manager. Daily Express Office — house 2 

Greenlaw avenue 
Watson, James, nurseryman and florist, Bellfield nursery, Inchinnan 

road — house Bellfield cottage, Inchinnan road 
Watson, J. S., manager with H. G. Porter & Co., Abercorn mills — • 

house 1 Greenlaw avenue 
Watson, James B., curator, George A. Clark Town Hall 
Watson, John, boot and shoe w^arehouse, 1 Bute place — house 2 

Alexandria place 
Watson, John L., of Robert Watson & Sons — house Anna villa, 

Greenock road 
Watson, Neil, coal merchant, 7 Blythswood drive 
Watson, Peter, 13 Sir Michael street 
Watson, Eobert, of Robert Watson & Sons — house Muirfield, 



Watson, Robert, & Sons, rope and twine manufacturers, Shortroods 

— office 32 High street 
"Watson, R. M., of Robert Watson & Sons — house Anna villa, 

Greenock road 
Watson, R. W., Inland Revenue Officer, 8 St. Mirren street — house 

4 Lylesland terrace 
Watson, Thomas D., wine and spirit merchant, 56 Broomlands — 

house 27 do. 
Watson, William, of Robert Watson & Sons — house 4 Buchanan 

Watson, William, & Son, butchers, 27 High street — house 2 Green- 
law terrace 
Watson, William, jun., of A. & W. Watson — house 2 Greenlaw 

Watson, William, calenderer, hot-presser, finisher, and packer, 16 

Causeyside — house 6 Roseberry place 
Watson, William, cowfeeder, 10 Gateside 

"Watson, Maggie, confectioner, 57 Broomlands — ho, 1 Gordon pi. 
AVatson, Miss Jessie, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Causeyside 
Watt, Alexander, of Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.) — house 

Inchcape, Greenlaw 
Watt. George, at Logan, Sons, & Co. Ltd., coal merchants — house 

The Cottage, Castlehead 
Watt, Thomas, M.A., M.B., CM., physician and surgeon, 44 

High street 
Watt, William, egg merchant, 17 George street — house 11 Walker 

street — telephone No. 9 y 3 
Watt, William, water meter surveyor to the Water Works Com- 
missioners — house 18 Kilnside road 
Watt, Basil; farmer, Sergeantlaw 
Watt, Thomas, farmer. West Thornleymuir 
Watt, Miss, matron Scotch Girls' Friendly Society, The Memorial 

Home, New street 
Weddell, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 23 Broomlands — house 

1 Park terrace. 
Webster, Joseph, superintendent Royal London Friendly Society, 

97 High street ; house 22 Storie street 
Weir, Alexander, farmer, Barskiven, off Linwood road 
Weir, Andrew, tobacconist and hairdresser, 2 Ladyburn street — 

house 17 Lang street 
Weir, Andrew, secretary and treasurer Paisley Florist Society — 

house 17 Lang street 
Weir, James, at James Robertson & Sons, preserve manufacturers, 

Ltd., Thrushgrove ; house Elmar, Blackball 


Weir, John, 2^rocer, 10 Old Smithhills — house 15 Walker street 
Weir, Robert, secretary Wild Rose Lodge of Free Gardener?* — 

house 7 Clavering street 
Weir, Alexaudriua, teacher East Public School — house SMathieson 

street, Whitehaugh drive 
Weir, Flora C, teacher North Public School — house 9 East lane 
Weir, Helen D., teacher Mossvale Public School— house Barskiven 
Weir, Jeanie, stationer, o Seedhill road — house 7 Phillips street 
Weir, Mrs. Agnes, Winncot, off Whitehaugh drive 
Weir, Mrs. Robert, confectioner, 4 George street 
Welch, Wm., hairdresser and perfumer, 4 County place — house 

4 Townhead terrace 
Wells, John, dairy, 1 jNeilston road 
Welsh, Alexander, Ashgrove, Whitehaugh drive 
Welsh, Alexander, flesher, 22 Kilnside road — house 2 M'Kerrell st. 
Welsh, James, wine and spirit merchant, 39 Stock street — house do. 
Welsh, J, & G., drapers and hosiers, 101 High street 
Welsh, John, of J. & G. Welsh ; house 93 High street 
Welsh, Rev. William, St. Mary's, 73 George street ; house do. 
Wengenroth, Gottfried, hairdresser and chiropodist, 41 Well sr. — 

house 1 Henderson street 
West Renfrewshire Conservative Association — Robert Stevenson, 

secretary — office 99 High street 
Western Assurance Company Fire — head office for Scotland, 142 

St. Vincent street, Glasgow ; Ludovic MacL. Mann, manager 
Westwood, Alexander M'D., clerk at Fleming & Ferguson's, Limited, 

— house 2 Springbank road 
Wharnmond, John G., M.A., teacher Camphill Public School — 

house 3 Buchanan terrace 
Whiriskey, James, tailor and clothier, 10 Causeyside — house 1 

Forbes place 
"Whyte, J. Balderston, C.A., investment broker; public auditor 

under the Provident and Friendly Societies Acts ; honorary 

secretary and treasurer Paisley Convalescent Home, West 

Kilbride; and honorary secretary of Association for Improving 

the Condition of the Poor — 94 High street: telephone No. 214 ; 

telegrams "Accountant, Paisley"— house Saucelbank house 
Whyte, James Balderston, architect ; house Ardmillan, Blackball 
White, John, farmer, Nether Craigends, by Johnstone 
White, John, 92 New Sneddon 
White & Leonard, dentists, 33 High street 
White, Peter C, spirit merchant, 10 George street — house do. 
Whyte, Robert, salesman, Provident Co-operative Society — house 

81 Seedhill road 


White, Thomas, of Thomas White & Sons — house Saucelbank 
White, Thomas, & Sons, engineers and machine makers, Laighpark ^ 

telephone No. 138 
White, T. G., traveller at Pollock & Co.'s— house 39 Carrickarden 

street, Glasgow 
White, William, farmer, Herschaw, Bishopton 
White, William, mill manager — house 7 Wellmeadow 
Whyte, A¥m , & Co., joiners, 48 High street — ho. 'l-l Oakshaw st. 
White, Mrs. G., dressmaker, 19 Gauze street 
White, Nellie, fruiterer, 7 Broomlands ; house 116 George street 
Whiteford, A. M., foreman at J. & J. Cook's— house 22 Blackhall st. 
Whiteford, James B., of John M'Nair & Co.— house 46 High street 
Whiteford, Thomas, joiner at Clark & Co. Ltd.; ho. 83 Seedhill rd. 
Whiteford, Lizzie, stationer and tobacconist, 34 Well street— house 

3 Clarence street 
Whitehead, A., family grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 44 

Whitehead, J. & D., coal merchants— offices 16 Moss street; tele- 
phone No. 60, and Underwood Depot 
Whitehill. M. & Co., shawl and fancy goods manufacturers, 8 and 9 

Causey side 
Whitehead, Walter, at J. & D. Whitehead's — house 5 Buchanan ter, 
Whitehill, George F., Sheriif-clerk's office -ho. Bellevue, Renfrew 
Wilkie, Archibald, station master, Abercorn Station 
Wilkie, James, of J. Wilkie & Sons ; house 39 High street 
Wilkie, John, of J. Wilkie & Sons; house 6 Townhead terrace 
Wilkie, John, & Sons, painters and paperhangers, 39 High street 
Wilkie, Robert, at Coates Bros. Ltd., Stonefield ; ho. 7 PotterhilL 
Wilkinson, John, 1 Kerr streei. 
Wilkinson, Oswald, manager of dyeworks at J. & P. Coat^ 

Limited — house Kilmalcolm 
Wilkinson, Wm., of Sale & Co., 109 High st.— ho. 35 Causeyside st, 
Williams, T., night manager at William Fulton & Sons, Limited, 

Knowes cottages, Glenfield 
Williams, Mrs., milliner, 100 Causeyside — house 12 Wardrop stTect 
Williamson, R. C, captain and quartermaster. Staff Barracks- 
house Oldhall, Glasgow road 
Wills, George, confectioner and greengrocer, 57 George street 
Wills, James, dairyman, Whitehaugh ifarm, Arkleston'road 
Wills, James, grocer, 54 Causeyside — house 11 Albert place 
Wilson, Rev. Alexander, minister of the E. U. Congregational 

Church — house Ardshiel, Blackhall 
Wilson, Alexander, flesher, 102 George st. — ho. 19 Maxwellton st. 
Wilson & Boyd, brush manufacturers, 36 New street 


Wilson, Archibald, wine and spirit merchant, 5G Causeyside — house 

Camphill cottage 
Wilson, Charles, flesher, 22 Sandholes — ho, 2 Well street 
Wilson, David, of M. Whitehill & Co. — ho. Norwood, Seedhill road 
Wilson, David, Tullieallan, Castlehead 

Wilson, David W., commission agent, Glasgow — ho. 40 High street 
Wilson, George, & Co., muslin manufacturers, George street 

factory. 147 George street 
Wilson, James, storekeeper at Drill Hall — house 13 Argyle street 
Wilson, James A., teacher. West Public School — house 43 High st, 
Wilson, James P. A., F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., D.P.H., surgery, 1» 

Kilnside rd. — house Overwood, Glasgow rd.; telephone No. 7 y 
Wilson, J. D., accountant, agent for house, property, fire, life^ 

accident, and glass insurance, 4 Causeyside — house Priorscroft^ 

Brookfield, Houston (Crosslee) 
W^ilson, James M., hairdresser, 3o Castle street— house Camphill 
Wilson, John, of M. Whitehill & Co. — house Brownheath, Craw rd. 
Wilson, John, of Craig & Wilson — ho. 13 Mavisbank ter.. Blackball 
W Ison, John C, clerk to Isdale & M'Callum — house 7 Potterhill 
Wilson, J., & Co., contractors, Colinslee 
Wilson, John, tobacconist and confectioner, 8 Lawn street — house 

7 Cochran street 
Wilson, M. & J., Ho i e Farm dairy, 13 Carriagehill 
Wilson, R. M., A M.LE.E., electrical engineer to James Kilpatrick 

& Son^house 15 Oakshaw 
Wilson, Robert, slater, 23 West street 
Wilson, Robert, & Laird, auctioneers and live stock agents — sale 

yard 13 Storie street — office 97 High street 
Wilson, R.,of Robert AVilson & Laird — ho. Manswraes,Bridgeof Weir 
Wilson, Robert, builder — yard 20 Greenhill road — house do. 
Wilson, R., Johnstons, & Co.. Limited, starch and corn flour manu- 
facturers, Adelphi Starch works, 67 New Sneddon street 
Wilson, Rev. Thomas, B.D., minister of Greenlaw Parish Church; 

house Kelburne drive 
Wilson, Thomas, & Son, chemists and druggists, 36 Ferguslie 
Wilson, Thos.. hairdresser, 24 New street — house 21 M'Kerrell street 
Wilson, Thomas, confectioner, 9 George st. — house 4 Johnston st. 
Wilson, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Mossvale lane — house 

Moss vale cottage 
Wilson, Walter, watchmaker and jeweller, 2 Wellmeadow — house 

9 East lane 
Wilson, Walter, tobacconist and stationer, 12 Old Smithhills 
Wilson, Walter L., fancy goods merchant, 25 Old Sneddon — ho. do . 
Wilson, William, of Geo. Wilson & Co. — house Castlehill, Ayr 


WilsoD, William, superintendent, County buildings — house do. 

Wilson, William, bookbinder, 18 Gilniour st. — ho. 6 Townhead ter. 

Wilson, William, of Thomas Wilson & Son, and sub -postmaster, 
36 Fergnslie — house 29 Maxwellton 

Wilson, William E., 33 Glen street 

Wilson, William, tailor, 21 Ncilston road 

Wilson, William, watchmaker and jeweller, 39 High street — house 
7 Townhead terrace 

Wilson, Wm , colliery salesman, Glasgow — house 1 Gladstone ter. 

Wilson, William, superintendent of County Police — house County 
buildings , Love street 

Wilson, W. B., baker, Thistle Bakery, 89 Causeyside — ho. 7 Silk st. 

Wilson, Agnes R, C, head mistress, Ferguslie Public School — ho. 
Ardshiel, Blackball 

Wilson, Ague-, fancy goods warehouse, 25 Causeyside — house 13 
Mavisbank terrace 

Wilson, Jane, confectioner, 6 George street — house do. 

Wilson, Miss Jessie L., dressmaker, 43 High street 

Wilson, Miss, shoemaker, 23 Maxwellton street 

Wilson, Miss Wilhelmina, fancy goods and stationer, 17 Williams- 
burgh — house 8 Greenlaw avenue 

Wilson, Mrs., confectioner, f> Incle street — house do. 

Wilson, Mrs., fruiterer, 11 Neilston road — house do. 

Wilson, Mrs., confectioner, 20 Wallace street — house do. 

Wilson, Mrs. R., confectioner, 23 Cotton street; house do. 

Wilson, Violet J., teacher Caraphill School — ho. Ardshiel, Blackball 

Winchester, James, superintendent, Industrial School 

Winchester, Mrs., matron, Industrial School, Albion street 

Winfield, J., insurance clerk, 8 St. Mirren street — house 11 
Whitehaugh terrace 

Winning, James, of Winning & Fulton — house 13 Greenlaw avenue 

Winning & Fulton, accountants, house-factors, licensed property 
valuators, and insurance - agents, and secretaries to the 
"Economic" building societies, Terrace buildings, 109 High 
street (see advt.) 

Winning, Robert, at Winning & Fulton's — ho. 3 Crossflat crescent 
Winning, Mrs. Mary, draper and hosier, 49 Broomlands 
Wishart, John, baker, 6 Bank street, 43 Broomlands, 5 Lawn street, 
39 Underwood rd., and 3 Springbank rd. — ho. 43 Broomlands 
Wishart, Thomas, dairy, 7 Neilson street — house do. 

Wood, James, & Co., coal merchants, Underwood. Canal street, 
Ferguslie, Saucel, and Potterhill depots, Paisley ; Fulbar 
street, Renfrew ; Bridge of Weir Railway station ; and Laigh 
Cartside station, Johnstone; telephone No. 36 (see advt.) 


Wood, John A., of James Wood & Co. — house Parkgate, High 

Carriagehill drive 
Wood, John, missionary, U.F. Middle Chm^ch^ — ho. 11 King street 
Wood, J., Marr, & Co., pianoforte and harmonium dealers, and 

music sellers, 49 High street 
Wood, William, missionary Canal Street U.F. Church — house 11 

King street 
Wood, Margaret W., teacher, East Public School — house 28 

Wood, Mrs., hosier, 28 Wellmeadow — house do. 
Wood, Miss W., dressmaker, 13 Sandholes 
Woodrow, John, teacher, John Neilson Institution, and lecturer in 

chemistry at Technical School — house Berryknowe, Meikleriggs 
Woolley George, of G. & A. Woolley — house 4 Greenlaw terrace 
Woolley, G. & A., billposters and advertising contractors, 23 Old 

Sneddon ; telephone No. 4y4 
Work, William S., insurance clerk and agent, 2 Gladstone terrace 
Working-men's Home, 86 and 88 New Sneddon — Bernard M'Ghee, 

Worthington, W., Ingleside, Carriagehill drive 
Worthington, William, at James Stewart & Co.'s — house Ingleside, 

Carriagehill drive 
Wotherspoons & Allan, insurance agents, Maxwellton 
Wotherspoon, Francis William, of Wm. M'Intyre, jun., & Co. — 

house Maxwellton 
Wotherspoon, Frank, of Robert Wotherspoon & Son, 8 High 

street — house 6 Townhead terrace 
Wotherspoon, John B., at Wm. M'Intyre, jun., & Co.'s — house 

Wotherspoon, Robert, & Son, stationers, printers, and account-book 

makers, 8 High street 
Wotherspoon, Thomas Glen, of Wm. M'Intyre, jun., & Co. — house 

Wotherspoon, William, manufacturer of corn flour and Glenfield 

starch — works Maxwellton — warehouse Laurence Pountney 

lane, London, E.C. 
Wright, Bros., grocers, 11 Gauze street — house 5 Clarence street 
Wright, Charles J., manager to Colinslee Chemical Co., Limited — 

house 5 Gladstone terrace 
Wright, Daniel, at Ja. Caldwell, Muir, & Caldwell's — house 22 

Abbey street 
Wright, Hugh, wine and spirit merchant, 78 Canal street — house 

20 Blackball street 
Wright, James, of D. Paton & Co., Carriagehill house 


Wright, James, grocer, 15 Gauze street — house 19 Whitehead 

Wright, John, of Pollock & Cochrane— house 11 Lady lane 
Wright, John, grocer and provision merchant, 6 Springbank rd. — 

house 3 Kerr street 
Wright, M., grocer, 22 Abbey street 
Wright, Mrs., Calside villa 

Wright, Miss Robina, ironmongery and fancy goods, 52 Broom- 
lands — house 13 West Campbell street 
Wylie, Andrew, 6 Rosebery place 
Wylie, David, at Paisley Co-operative Manufacturing Society — 

house 14 Blackball street 
Wylie, David, £erated water manufacturer, 15 Mossvale lane — 

house do. 
Wylie, James, commissionaire at J. &P. Coats, Ltd. — ho. 19 Thistle 

terrace, Meikleriggs 
Wylie, John M., clerk, "Paisley Daily Express" office — house 26 

Seedhill road 
Wylie, Robert, cashier. The Savings Bank of Paisley — house 5 

Kerr street, Underwood 
Wylie. Robert, at M'Innes, Mackenzie, & Lochhead's — house 

Homecraig, vSkelmorlie 
Wylie, William, & Son, boot and shoe makers, 33 High street 
Wylie, William, of Wm. Wylie & Son — house Holmlea, Caledonia 

road, Saltcoats 
Wylie, Miss Eliza, confectioner and china merchant, 27 Storie 

street — house do. 
Wylie, Robina, teacher at John Neilson Institution — house 

Holmlea, Caledonia road, Saltcoats 
Wylie, Mrs., 1a Caledonia street 

YEATS, George, retired warrant officer from R.N., keeper of 
County and Court House Buildings — house Court House 
Buildings, St. James street 
Yielder, Richard, "The Cross Cafe," Paisley — ho. Alston, Cumber- 
land (see advt.) 
Young, A., salt and whiting merchant, 11 Sandholes 
Young, Andrew, water meter inspector, 19 Mill street 
Young, David, farmer. Old hall, and Alton farm, Glasgow road 
Y'oung, David, bird dealer and stuffer, 59 Storie street — house 55 

Storie street 
Young, Rev. Francis, R.C. clergyman, 2 East Buchanan street 
Young, Hugh, joiner, 11 Carriagehill — ho. 37 Great Hamilton st. 
Young, J. & J., brassfounders, Nethercommon 


Young, Jas. A.,of Young & Martin — ho. Wallace bank, Castlehead ; 

telephone No. 284 
Young, James H., of John Young & Co. — house Ecclestoun, 

Young, James, of J. & J. Young — house 3 Nethercommon 
Young, James, cashier to John Highgate & Co. — ho. 1 Kerr street 
Young, James, commercial traveller, Newtonville, Havvkhead I'oad 
Young, James, wine and spirit merchant, 19 Abbey street — house 

Newtonville, Hawkhead road 
Young, James L., of William Young, carriage hirer — house 43 

Gordon's lane 
Young, Rev. James, B.D., minister of North Parish Church — house 

North Parish manse, Inchinnan road 
Young, Rev. James, Original Secession Church — house 7 Greenlaw 

Young, John, of J. & J. Young — house 3 Nethercommon 
Young, John, 1 Townhead terrace 
Y^oung, John, manager at Galbraith's store, 31 Carriagehill — house 

22 Neilson street 
Young, John, & Co., timber merchants and saw millers, Burgh 

Saw Mills, Caledonia street — -telephone No. 14 ; telegraphic 

address " Timber " Paisley 
Young, John, jun., 4 Crossflat crescent 

Young, John N., of Young & Risk ; house 10 Whitehaugh terrace 
Young, John, & Son, drapers and clothiers, 7 Orr square 
Young, James L., of William Young, carriage hirer — house 

Gordon's lane 
Young, Joseph P., of Young & Kelly, coal merchants — house 2 

John street 
Y'oung & Kelly, coal merchants, Underw^ood Depot ; town office, 

12 High street. Telephone No., 263 
Young, Matthew, of Kerr & Young — house 3 Albion street 
Young & Martin, writers, 4 Gilmour street ; telephone No., 334 
Young Men's (Paisley) Christian Association, 12 Causeyside — 

Alexander Cameron, general secretary 
Young, Nathaniel T.,of John Young & Son — house 7 Orr square 
Young & Risk, plumbers and electrical engineers, 23 New Smithhills 
Young, Robert, railway superintendent, joint lines, Greenlaw 

station — house Claremont place, Bridge of Weir 
Young, Robert, of William Toung, carriage hirer — house 30 

Young, R. C, farmer, Netherfield and Fulwood, by Johnstone 
Young, Sam., wine and spirit merchant, 1 Gauze street and 27 

Jjawn street — house 1 Whitehaugh drive 


Youno;, Samuel, of John Young & Co. — ho. Prloiy park, Castlehead 

Young, Stephen, clerk, Corporation Gas office — ho. 9 Wellmeadow 

Young, William, cowfeeder, and hay and straw merchant, 11 

Young, William, carriage hirer and funeral undertaker — head offices 
and stables, Gordon's lane (tel. No., 358) ; cab offices, 2 
County place and Canal station (telephone No., 28). East- 
End branch, 5 Bank street (telephone No. 271) — house Gor- 
don's lane (see advt.) 

Young, Miss, boot and shoe warehouse, 18 Moss street — house I 
Townhead terrace 

Young, William, assistant sanitary inspector, 14 Gilraour street — 
house Lucetta cottage, Calside 

Young, William, mill foreman, with J. & P. Coats, Ltd., 8 Thistle 

Young, William, agent, Scottish Legal Life Assurance Society — 
house 14 Falside 

Young, Miss, feather merchant, 76 High street — ho. 3 Wardlawhill 
street, Rutjierglen 

Young, Misses J. S. and A. L.. 8 Orr square 

Young, Mrs. John, Priory Park 

Young's boot and shoe warehouse, 92 High street 

Younger, William, farm overseer, Kibble Reformatory, 2 Springbank 

Yuill, Miss, Craigielea 





Begg, R. C, 15 Gilmour street 
Biggar, William, 1 Old Smithhills 
Hamilton, Andrew, 93 High street 
Hamilton, H ugh, Glaisuock, Bank street 
Jacksoa & Abercrombiej 5 County 

Ivi'kwood & Goudie, 23 Moss street 
Lauchlan, R., & Sons, 13 Moss street 
Matheson, A. & J., 95 High street 
Milne, Robert, 60 High St., Johnstone 
Muir, John, Anntield villa, Castlehead 
M'lcdonald, Stewart, & Stewart, C.A., 

13 St. James place 
Smart, A. Wilson, & Son, C.A., 98 High 

Whyte, J. B , C.A., 94 High street 
Wilson, J. D., 4 Causeyside 
"Winning & Fulton, Terrace buildings, 

109 High street 

Agents for Companies, &c. 

(See also Yarn Agents.) 

Adam, John, 5 County place 
Alexander, John 0., 4 Causeyside 
Allison, Allan, 4 Stevenson street 
Auchterlouie, Wm. (assurance), Canal Sta. 
Begg, R, C, 15 Gilmour street 
Biggar, Thomas S., 1 Old Smithhills 
Biggar, William, 1 Old Smithhills 
Black, Malcolm (railway) Underwood 

depot and St. James' station 
Bowie, Allan (carting), G. & P. Joint 

Railway Co., Greenlaw- 
Brown, John, 97 High street 
Brown, Wm., ]un.,& Co., 107 Causeyside 
Buchanan, David, 6 Forbes place 

Burns, James, 23 Abbey street 
Caldwell, Ja,, Muir & (Caldwell, County 

Buildings, St. James Street 
Caldwell, William, 11 Crossflat crescent 
Chalmers, Livingstone, 21 Well street 
Clark, Arthur S., 17 Walker street 
Cochran, W. M.. 21 High street 
Cowan & Co. (Railway), Canal Goods 

Dalziei, James G., Dalveen, Hawkhead 

Dean, James, 11 M'Kerrell street 
Dougald, R. O'May, 1 Hannay sneef, 
Drummond, Robtrt M., Stouey Brae 

Railway station 
Forrett, Francis, 2 Westmarch 
Gardiner, Alexander, Alton var, Glasgow- 
Gardner, James, 3 County place 
Gilmour, James, 1 Mansion House road 
Grant, Donald (railway), St. James 

Gregg, C. Jago, 2 Unsted place 
Hall. Robert, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Andrew, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Robert (shipping), 43 Lady 

Hamilton, Wm., 12 Argyle street 
Hart, Thomas, George street 
Hay, George, Canal station 
Hay, James, Barshaw cottage 
Hay, B. Blair, B.L., 14 Moss street 
Kerr, Thomas L., G. & S.-W. Railway 

Company, Potterhill 
Howat, Robert, 6l Storie street 
Innes, Andrew, 7 Phillips street 
Irvine, David (N.B. Railway), Canal 

Jaap, Juhn, 15 Wellmeadow 
Jackson & Abercrombie, a County place 



Janips, William E., 3 West Croft 
Jan)i»^>iOii, James, 26 High street 
Kirk, Geo, G. (iasurance), 6 Lawn street 
Kirk wood & Goudie, 23 Moss street 
Lamb, J. B., 12 High street 
Laiifr, Benjiimiu, 94 High street 
Xiaiichlau, Robt., & Sods, 13 Moss street 
Logati, Sous, & Co. (Ltd.), 13 Canal 

Xi< -rimer, J. C. (assurance"), 2 George 

Millar, Robert, Bushes 
IMorrisoD, David A., 97 High street 
IMuir, A. (shipping), 104 High street 
Murray, Archibald, 97 High street 
M'Allister, Alex., 48 Moss street 
]\1' Andrew, John, 34 New Sneddon 
M'Call, George W., 19 Greenhill 
M'Covvatt, Stewart, Gilinuur St Station 
M'Creary, John, 8 St. Mirreu street 
Macdougall, A. M., 4 Whitehaugh ter. 
jM'Gbee, A., 32 Old Sneddon 
!Nimn)0, John, 36 George street 
'Orr, Daniel (carting). Goods Stations 

Greenlaw and St. James' 
Peattie, Wm. (shipping), 2 .iilmour st. 
Peden, William, 16 Moss street 
Piukerton, James, 40 High street 
I'oUdck, Daniel, 105 Causeyside 
.Pollock, John, 11 Phillips street 
Keid. T. F., & Donaldson, 12 Causeyside 

.R'ddell, Andrew, 82 Seedliill road 
Robertson, John, Bute villa, Greenlaw 

Robertson, J. W., 10 West Croft 
Robertson, Robert, Craigard,Ha wkhead 
Robertson & Son (shipping). 48 Moss st. 
Russell. Thomas, 17 Greenhill road 
Sale & Co., Iu9 High street 
Simpson, Andrew, 21 High street 
Smart, A. Wilson. & Son, 98 High street 
Smith, John B., Feveneze view, Mary si. 
Stevenson, John, 35 Broomlands 
Stewart, Anthony, 3 Clavering street 
SUiddart, William, 96 High street 
Towart, Robert, Haguel, Meikleriggs 
Walsh, William, 5 Cumberland court 
Waruock Bros, (shipping), 14 Abercorn 

Wilson, J. D., 4 Causeyside 
Wilson, Robert, & Laird (live stock), 97 

High street 
"AViniiiiig & Fulton, Terrace buildings 
"W'ishart, John, 13 Moss street 

Work, William S , 2 Gladstone terrace 
Wotherspoon & Allan, Maxwellton 
Young, William, 14 Falside 

i^rated ^ater Manufacturers. 

Gilniour, John, Weir street aud North 

Howe, .James. 1 Ferguslie walk 
Moscardiui, P., 17 Neilston road 
Stevenson, David, 5 and 8 Glen lane 
Tliorley, Sons, & Co , 18 Abbey street 
Wylie, David, 15 Mossvale lane 

Architects and Land 

Aberororabie, T. Graham, 1 County 

Barr, James Craig, 13 St. James place 
Caldwell, Peter. 12 Nt. Mirren street 
Davidson, Charles, 109 High street 
Donald, James, 99 High street 
Gibson, Archibald, 12 St. Mirren street 
Hamilton, Robert A,, 93 High street 
Hutchison, John, F.R.I.B.A., LA., 

Fairhill, Calside 
Lamb, James B.. LA , 12 High street 
M'Leunan, W^. D., 96 High street 
Oichardsoti, Robert, 94 High street 
Patersou, Robert, &Son, 27 Orchard st. 

(land surveyors) 
Rennisou, J. A.. 15 Gilmour street 
Ross, Alexander, 2 Orossfiat crescent 
Wliyte, James Balderston, Ardmillan, 


Auctioneers and Appraisers- 

Greig, Robert, & Co., 13 Causeyside 

Hutchison, D. T., & Co., 25 Gauze st. 

Johnston, D. L., 48 High street 

Law, William, 113 Causeyside 

Paterson, Robert, & Sou, 27 Orchard st. 

Sale, Henry, 13 Moss street 

Wilson, Robert, & Laird, 97 High street , 


Aitken. Thomas, 1 7 Wellmeadow 
Alexander. Mrs. John, 5 Love btreet 
Baillie, Peter, 79 Broomlands 
Blair, Hugh, 152 Geoigo street and 22 
Saudholes ' 



Cherry, James, 33 Gauze street 
Cutuming, Johu, 28 Blackball street 
Curr, William. 6 Moss street, 27 Gauze 

streft, aud Sherwood buildings 
Equitable Co-operative Society, 37 

Great Hamiltou street 
Gibsou, Andrew. & Sou, 98 High street 
jGilmour, Allan, 144 George street 
Hamilton, Alexander, 18 Bi-oomlands 
Hamilton, Robert, 55 Causeyside 
Hutton, William, 5 Moss street 
Jackson, Gaviu, 43 Caledonia street 
Kelly, J. Y., 34 High street 
Kennedy, Duncan C, 25 Gordon's lane 
Kennedy, John, 31 High street and 1 

Crossflat terrace 
Kingsberry, Wm., 77 High street 
Kirkwood, Alexander, 22 Wellmeadow 
Leckie, John, 111 George street 
Leitch, Archibald, 5 George street 
Love, James, 21 Neilston road 
Morton, George, 73 Love street 
M'Callum, Archibald, 31 Well street 
M'George, John, 105 George street 
M'Ghee, William, 47 High street 
M'Keaa, Robert, 52 Caledonia street 
M'Kean, William, 4 Old Smitbhills 
M'Millan, J. G., 5Q Causeyside street 

and 8 Carriagehill 
M'Millan, Johu, 29 Canal street 
M'Millan, David A., 103 Causeyside 
M'Pherson, Joseph, 6 Broomlands 
Paisley Provident Co-Operative Bakery, 

139 George street 
Patrick, W. N., 69 Broomlands 
Richmond, James, 13 St. James place 
Sinclair, Daniel, 4 Garthland street and 

11 Kiluside road 
Smith, Alexander, 41 Broomlands aud 

10 North Croft 
Stevon, Mrs. William, 82 Canal street 
Stewart, Mrs., 7 Old Sneddon 
Summers, James, 12 Gauze street 
Swan, J. & M., Causeyside and Glasgow 

road bakeries 
Wilson, W. B., 89 Causeyside 
Wishart, John, 43 Broomlands, 6 Bank 

street, 5 Lawn street, 39 Underwood 

road, and 3 Springbank road 


Aucott, David D., British Linen Coy. 

Bank, 17 Gilmour street 
Buchanan, Angus, National Bank, 5 

High street I 

Dickson, Wm., Royal Bank, St. Mir- 
ren street 

Murray, John E., Union Bank, 3 Gil- 
mour street and 14 Wellmeadow 

Ross, James, Commercial Bank of Scot- 
land, 102 High St. and 18 Wellmeadow 

Russell, Robert, Clydesdale Bank, 7 
High street 

Veitch, George Seton, Bank of Scot- 
land, St. Mirren street 

Bath Makers. 

Doulton & Co., Ltd., Hawkhead read 


Beaton, William, 18 Neilston road 

Belt Makers. 

Dick, R. & J., 90 High street 

Bill Fosters. 

Adamson, D., & Son, 99 High street 
Woulley, G. & A., 23 Old Sneddon 

Bird Dealers. 

M'Farlane, John, 22 Old Sneddon 
Young, David, 59 Storie street 

Blacking and Polishing' Paste 

Loggat, David, 15 Great Hamilton 

Bleachers, Shawl "Washers, 
Scourers, &c- 

Bell, A., & Son, Ltd., Stanley Dye Works 
Fulton, William, & Sons Ltd., Gleufield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sons, Ltd.,Blackland 

Hutchison, Wm.,jun., & Co., George pi. 
Leggat, David, & Co., Colinslee 
Linside Laundry (Gibsou & Reid), Cyril 

M'Lardie, James, & Sons, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Seedhill Finishing Co. Ltd., Seedhillrd. 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arklestoa 




Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Ltd., ThislJe 

works, Abbotsinch 
Campbell & Calderwood, Murray st. 
Christie, William, & Sons, Underwood 

Iroa Works 
Craig, A. F., & Co., Ltd., Caledonia 

•works, Macdowall street 
Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., Inchinnan 

FuUertOD, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited), 

Vulcan Works, Renfrew road 
Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, 23 New 

Kuseell, William, 1 Water brae 


Carswell, David, & Son, 35 Storie st. 
Carswell, J., & Co., 14 Causeyside st. 
Cook, J. & J., 94 High street 
Farr & Co., 4 and 6 Forbes place 
Hay, E., & Son, 94 High street 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 Hirh street 
Wilson, William, 18 Gilmour street 
Wotherspoou, R., & Son, 8 High street 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Anderson, William, 32 Wellmeadow 
Baird, H., 19 Wellmeadow 
Ballantyne, John, & Son, 19 Gauze 

Ballantyne, John, & Son, 28 High 

Barr, John, 81 High street 
Black, Alex., 19 Causeyside 
Brown, J. & M., 45 Old Sneddon 
Brown, J., 3 Garthland street 
Browu, John, 2 Bridge street (Burgh) 
Brown, Mrs. A., 4 Storie street 
Brown, Ralph (Wholesale), 12 New 

Gaden, Ales., 3 Stirling street 
Caldwell, J., 2 Gilmour street 
Caldwell, John, 74 Love street 
Caldwell, Mrs., 82 High street 
Carswell, John, & Co., 14 Causeyside 
Cassidy, Mrs., 21 Lawn street 
Cochran, Robert, 40 Caledonia street 
Cochran, William, 24 Wellmeadow 
Cochran, William, jun., 25 Moss street 

Colquhoun. Alex., 15 George street 
Craig, Dauiel, 10 Lawn street 
Dalglish, Miss Bella, 69 Love street 
Davis, John, 1 Springbank road and 68 

Love street 
Farr & Co., 4 and 5 Forbes place 
Ferguson, John, 64 Broomlands 
Fernie, Mrs., 108 George street 
Findlay, M., 2 Well street 
Findla'y, P., 12 Old Sneddon, 7 South 

Croft, and 12 Moss street 
Forbes, William, 69 Causeyside 
Fulton, Wm., 6 Silk street 
Fyfe, Miss Janet, 82 Broomlands 
Gardner, Alexander, 7 Gilmour street 
Gardiner, Miss Jessie, 74 Broomlands 
Glover, Thomas, 11 Moss street 
Goudie, James, 24 High street 
Greeulees. Miss J., 10 Old Sneddon 
Gribben, D. C, 5 Causeyside 
Hay, Robert, & Son, 94 High street 
Hayes, Mrs, William, 8 St. James 

Houston, Mrs., 13 Caledonia street 
Hunter, S., 1 Neilstou street 
Hyndman, Thomas, 134 George street 
Kelly, James, 6 Old Sneddon 
Law, Francis, 18 Carriagehill 
Lawson, Miss Aj;'nes, 28 Wellmeadow 
Leonard. Mrs., 15 Gauze street 
Larimer, Jas. C, 104 Causeyside 
Melrose, George, 51 High street 
Mitchell, A., 6 Bank stieet 
Morrison, Mrs , 1 George street 
M'Oormack, Stephen, 35 M'Kerrell 

M'Dougal, Allan, 109 High street 
M'Dougal Brothers, 4 Moss street and. 

106 Causeyside 
M'Gregor, James, 68 Causeyside 
M'Kellar, William, 6 New Smithhills 
M'Millan, Mary, 31 Cotton street 
Nicol, Jeanie, 15 Williamsburgh 
Orr, Miss, 29 Canal street 
Park, Robert, 3 Cumberland court 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 
Patou, James, jun., 110 Causeyside 
Porteous, William, 5a Neilstou road 
Reid, James, 6 Moss street and 33- 

Gauze street 
Reid, William, 13 Underwood road 
Small, William, 63 Causeyside 
Stevenson, John, 24 Broomlands 
Thomson, Elizabeth, 24 New street 
Urquhart, Mrs., 1 Johnston street 



Walls, Davina, 1 Welltueadow 
Weir, Jeanie, 3 Seedliill road 
Whiteford, Lizzie, 34 Well street 
Wilson, Walter, 12 Old Smithhills 
Wotherspoou, Robert, & Son, 8 High 

Boot and Shoemakers. 

Adam, Miss M., 1 Mavisbanlc terrace 
Branker, James, 33 Storie street 
Cairns, John, 17 Lawn street and 28 

St. James street 
Cameron, John, 70 Broomlands 
Campbell, J. (clogmaker), 4 Causeyside 
Carnochan, James, 5>^ George sti-eet 
Carruth, Matthew, 2 Stock sti-et^t 
Caskie, James, 98^ George street 
Co-operative (Provident) Society, Shoe- 
shops, 14 Causeyside and 48 Broom- 
Co-operative (EquitHble) Society, Boot 

Shop^ 36 Great Hamilton street 
Crawford, Gavin, 97 High street 
Cravvford, John, 6 Greenhill road 
Cammings, James, 1 Cameron street 
Dick, James, & Sons. 166 George street 
Dick, E. & J., 90 High street 
Dickson, James, 16 Moss street and 10 

Dobbie, William. 10 Gauze street 
Dougan, C, 36 Broomlands 
Dowuie, Wm., 54 Storie street 
Duffy, Franc5is, 126 George street 
Duffy, Francis, juu.. 16 Storie street 
Dunlop, James, 24 Wellmeadove 
Dunlop, Thomas, 2 Broomlands 
Eglin, John, 1 Cotton street 
Ferguson, William, 16 Kilnside road 
Forsyth, George, 2 Lady lane 
Frondigoun, Ed., 58 Causeyside and 23 

Gardner, Thomas, 16 Old Sneddon 
Garven, John, 12 Old Smithhills 
Gibson, David, 100 Causeyside 
Glasgow & Govan Boot Repairing Co., 
11 Gauze street, 8 Broomlands, 9 
Old Sneddon, 151 George street, 16 
Neiiston road, 28 Causeyside, and 26 
Williamsburgh — Thomson Totten, 
Greenlees & Sons, 21 High street 
Hill, John, 3 Garthland street 
Houston, Mrs. John, 15 Old Smithhills 

Hutchison. Mrs. Robert, 36 High street 
Kennedy, David, 1.^^ Gauze street 
Kennedy, George, 6 West Croft 
Kernohau, John, 109 George street and 

16 Wellmeadow 
Lappan, Thomas, 4 Storie street 
Lochhead, James, 3 Love street 
Lochhead, James C, 20 Glen street 
Lockhart, George, 32 Wellmeadow 
Morris, Noble, 36 Great Hamilton street 
Morrison, Peter. 22 Castle street 
M'Ausland, William, 14 High street 
M'Donald, Allan, 6 Neiiston street 
M'Douald, James, 37 Moss street 
M'Farlane, Alexander, 1 George street 

and 95 Causej'side 
M'Garrity, Charles, 5 St. James street 
Mackellar, M., 16 Causeyside 
M'Keudrick, William, 13 Newton st. 
M'Naught, J., 7 Orchard street 
M'Nish, Mrs Alex., 95 High street 
M'Nish, William, 5 County place and 

41 Moss street 
Nicolson, John, 3 Springbank road 
Niven, Robert, sen , 4 Barr street 
Oakes, Robert, 7 Wellmeadow 
Reid, Wm., 62 Canal street 
Reilly, William, 29 Canal street 
Rogers, Samuel B., 131 George street 
Scaife, M., 25 Causeyside 
Sorbie, John, 18 Neiiston road 
Sproul, John, 1 Underwood larae 
Stead & Simpson, Ltd., 8 Moss street 

and 91 High street 
Stewart, Robert, 5 Kilnside road 
Stewart, James, 19 Broomlands 
Thomson. William. 3 Waidrop street 
Tyler, H. P . 90 High street 
Watson, A. & T., 4 Wellmeadow 
Watson, John, 1 Bute place 
Wilson, Miss, 28 Maxwellton street 
Wylie, William, & Son, 38 High street 
Young, 92 High street 
Young, Miss, 18 Moss street 


(See Aerated Water Manufacturers) 

Bowlin^-G-reen Bowl Makers. 

(See Wood Turners.) 

Bosmakers CW'ood). 

Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills 
Hawson & Haunab, Springbank Saw 



Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw 
Mills, Murray street, and Baltic Saw 
Mills, Macdowall street 

Paton, Robert, Espedair Works, Cau- 

Ritchie, George, 35 and 36 Gordon's lane 

Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills 


Cathcart, W. & T., 42 Wellmeadow 
Cochran & M'Gechan, 4 Hamilton street 
Doulton & Co., Hawkhead road 
Gray, Archibald, 66 Back Sneddon 
Morrison, John, & Sons, Murray street 
Robertson, George, & Sons, 56 Back 

Todd, George, sen., 13 High street 
Young, J. & J., Nethercommon 

Sriclsmakers and Bricklauilders. 

Bell & M'Lachlan, 2 Glen street 
Bryce, John, & Co., 14 Lady lane 
Gait, John, & Son — works Nethercom- 
Hillcoat, Gavin, Nethercommon 
Hillcoat, William, 3 Russell street 
Morton, Robert, Weir street, and 

(postal address) Edelweiss, Glasgow 

M'Kaig, Thomas, Victoria Brickworks, 

28 Love street 
Paisley Brick Coy., 12 St, Mirren street 
Primrose, George, Henderson street 
Robertson, George, & Co., Auchencairn, 

Hawkhead road 
Seedhill (The) Brick and Tile Co., 

Taylor, William, & Sons, 12 Greenlaw 


Brokers and General Dealers. 

Barr, John, 24 Old Sneddon 
Blair, Mrs. Agnes, 3 Broomlands 
Brown, Ralph, 12 New Smithhills 
Campbell, Daniel B., 47 Well street 
Cromer, Mrs., 11 Storie street 
Cunningham, Mrs. James, 2 Neilston st. 
Green, Mrs., 67 George street 
Hannah, William, & Sons, 80 High 

Holt James, Henderson street 
Keating, Mrs. John, 6 Old Sneddon 

Lawrie, Robert, 4 New Sneddon 
Lyle, John, 10 Orchard street 
Mitchell, Alex., 15 Maswellton street 

and 1 Neil street 
Mylet, Samuel, 3 Carriagehill 
M'Aulay, Mrs., 6 Queen street 
M'Bride, Stephen, 2 Storie street 
M'Ghee, A., 32 Old Sneddon 
M'Grath, Mrs. Patrick, 4 Lawn street 
M'Lauchlan, James, 6 and 7 New 

M'Lellan, John, 28 Castle street 
M'Mahon, John, 44 Storie street 
M'Naught, Margaret, 38 New street 
M'Naughton, Henry, Hawkhead road 
O'Neil, James, 8 Broomlands 
O'Neil, Joseph, 29 New Smithhills 
Patersou, David, 17 Broomlands 
Pollock, William, 69 High street, and at 

Purvis, John, 117 George street 
Renfrew, Thomas, 14 Barr street 
Shields, John. 9 Orchard street 
Stevenson, William, 51 Storie street 
Sweeuie, John, 28 New Smithhills 
Wardrop, James, Colinslee 

Brush and Broom Makers. 

Harris, H., 13 West Buchanan street 
M'Gown, Adam, & Sou, Williamsburgh 

M'Kim Bros., Hawkhead road 
Wilson & Boyd, 36 New street 

Brush, Basket, Comls, Toy, and 

Taney G-oods Warehouses- 
Andrew, A. G., 42 Moss street 
Bradley, Mrs., 80 New Sneddon 
Brannan, Misses, 18 Gauze street , 

Burgess, A., 4 Lylesland ^ 

Byzantium Toy Warehouse, 51 Old 

Craig, Mrs Francis, 7 Storie street 
Hamilton, Miss M., 93 Causeyside 
Lindsay, George, 21 Gauze street 
M'Eachram, Mrs., 98 Causeyside 
M'Innes, Donald, 6 Storie street 
M'Millan, Mary, 31 Cotton street 
Thomson, Mrs. John, 94 High street 
Wilson,. Agnes, 25 Causeyside 
Wilson, Walter L., 25 Old Sneddon 
Wilson, Wilhelmina, 17 Williamsburgh- 




(See Masous and Builders.) 

Butter, Eg-^, and Provision 
Allison, Joseph, & Co., 18 Sandboles 
Buchauan, Douald, 2 Bank street 
Burnet & Hamiltou, 8 and 9 Well street 
Charles, W. J., 12 Barr street 
Coats, W. & A., 6S Broomlands 
Cream Butter Co , 18 Sandholes 
Lipton Limited, 98 High street 
Massey, Alex., & Sons, 14 Moss street 

and 31 Welhiieadow 
Maypole Dairy Co., 8 High street 
Noble, Henry, & Son, 7 Cotton street 
Piukerton, James, 40 New street 
Spence, .John, & Sons, 62 Storie street 
Watt, William, 17 George street 

Caldinetmakers and XTphol- 

Loriraer, W. & J., 49 High street 
Bain, Robert J., 41 Wellmeadow 
Barr, James, 4 M'Kerrell street 
Barr, James, 8 Orr square 
Brown, Ralph, Weir street 
Cameron, Alexander, 40 High street 
Cassidy, Edward, juii., 84 High street 
Cochran,Robei t, & Sons. 2 Old Smithhills 
Dundas, Porieoiis, 2 Forbes place and 

19 Gauze street 
Fraser, Wm., 22 Lawn street 
Hannah, William, & Son, 8(» High st. 
Hodge, Mitchell, & Co., 94 Causeyside 

and 39 Gordon's lane 
Kilpatrick, A. & J., 109 Causeyside 
Knight, Sous, & Co., Jll Causeyside 
Lindsaj', George, 21 Gauze street 
Luney, J as. H., 32 High street 
Marshall, Allan, 32 Wellmeadow 
Murphy. Mitchell, & Co. (Bedding 

Manufacturers), 6 Causeyside 
M'Geachy, Jas.. & Son. 49 l^Toss street 
M'Glashau, James, & Co., 32 Causeyside 
Paterson, John. & Co.. 4 West brae 
Pollock. William. 69 High street 
Pratt, David, 30 Gauze street 
Spence, James, 4 Wellmeadow 
Stevenson, Allan, 90 George street 

Calenderers and Finisliers. 

Fulton, William, & Sons, Ltd., Glenfield 
Hamilton, Adam, & Son, Ltd., Blackland 

Mill (finishers) 
Hutchison, Wm., jun. & Co., George 

Law, William, 113 Causeyside 
M'Lardie, Jaujes, & Sons, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochrane, 'I'hrushcraig 
Phillips, William, 105 Causeyside 
Robertson, David, 2 Water brae (burgh) 
Robertson, John, & Sons, Marshall's 

lane and Cartside 
Seedhill Finishing Co. Ltd.,Seedhill road 
Watson, William, 16 Causeyaide 

Candle Makers. 

Dobie, George, & Son, 1 Clark street 
Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons., Blackball 
Robin & Houston, Ltd. ,61 New Sneddon 

Cardlsoard Manufacturers. 

Macintyre, William, jun., & Co., Black- 
hall Mill 

Carpet Beaters. 

Carpet Beating Factory, 42 Gordon's 

Gibson & Reid, Cyril st. and 32 High 

Gleniffer Laundry, Rowan street 

Carpet Manufacturers. 

(See Manufacturers — Textile.) 

Carters and Contractors. 

Barclay, Andrew, 9 Barlcay street 
Bauchop, David, 1 South Orr street 
Beacom, J. R., 16 Causeyside 
Beacom & Co., Marshall's lane 
Beaton, Neil, 31 Springbank road 
Black, T., & Co., St. James place 
Caledonian Railway Company, Railway 

Station, Greenlaw— D. Orr, agent 
Campbell, Daniel B , 47 Well street 
Cowan & Co., for N. B. Ry. Co.— Canal 

Goods Station — Wm. E. James, agent 
Craig, Matthew, Murray street 
Craig, Robert, 6 Murray street 



Craig, Thomas, 5 Murray street 
Cumming, Robert, 22 Newton street 
Cummiug, William, 22 Well stveet 
Duncan, Andrew, 28 Orchard street 
Duncan, Archibald, 162 George street 
Fairlie, Alexander, 8 Castle street 
FinlaysoD, Ales., Carriagehill house 
Gibb, Matthew, Stirling street 
Gilmour, James, 1 Cameron street 
Glasgow & Paisley Joiut Railway, 

Greenlaw — Allan Bowie, ageut 
Goudie, Humphrey, 25 Maxwellton st. 
Grierson, R., & Co., G. & P. Joint Line, 

Greeulaw — Allan Bowie, agent 
Hogg, William, Harbour lane 
Kirkwood, William, 134 George street 
Love, Thomas, 40 Storie street 
Morton, Robert, Weir street 
M'CoU, James, 15 Abbey close 
M'Lellan, John, 28 Castle street 
M'Minigle, Henry, 6 Canal street 
M'PhersoD, Duncan, King street (west) 
OiT, James, George place 
Primrose, George, Henderson street 
Robertson, George, & Co., Auchencairn, 

Hawkhead road 
Rutherford, Thos., & Son, 10 Abercorn 

Stewart, William, 42 Back Sneddon 
Taylor, John, Moss-side 
Thomson, R., Colinslee and Potterhill 

— office Neilston road 
Tyre, James, 39 George street 
Warnock Bros., 14 Abercorn street 
Warnock, James, jun., 13 Abercorn 

Waters & Co,, 22 Wallace street 
Wilson, J., & Co., Colinslee 
Young, William, 2 County place 


Browning, Ales., sen., 10 West Buchanan 

Crawford, P. & A., Thistle Works, 

South Croft 
Dunsmore, Henry, Moss cottage, 

Greenock road 
Glassford, John, & Son, 36 Mill street 
Lee, Robert, 11 to 14 St. James street 
Rosburgh, Robert, & Son, 4 Garthlaud 

Smith, David, 7 Galloway street 

Carvers and 6-ilders. 

Adam, James, & Son, 19 Moss street 
Clenowick, Alexander, 14 Wallneuk 
M'Whinnie, John, 82 High street 
Russell, WiUiam, 16 George street 
Sawers, Joseph, 40 High street 
Waddell. A. L., & Sons, 43 Wellmeadow 

Cement Merchants. 

(See Lime and Cement Merchants.) 

Chemical Manufacturers. 

Caldwell, W., & Co., Murray street 
Cartvale Chemical Co. (Ltd.), 59 New 

Sneddon street 
Colinslee Chemical Co., Ltd , Colinslee 
Dowall, John, fet. James' colour works, 

Greenhill road 
Food Extract Co., The, 4 Macdowall 

Forrest, William, & Son, Burnbank, 

Chain road 
Handasyde, C. H., & Co., Abercorn Oil 

Works, Macfarlaue street, Racecourse 

Highgate, Hugh, & Co., Greenhill 

Oil and Chemical Works, Murray st. 
Mechanical, '1 he. Retorts Co., Ltd., 

Murray street 
Paisley Sugar Company, St. Mirren's 

Works, Macdowall street 
Patersou, Andw. (colours), 6 Murray st. 
Smith's, Richard, Executors (Ltd.), 

Clark street 


(See Druggists and Chemists.) 

Chimney Sweeps. 

Adam, Joseph, 23 St. James street 
Blane, David, 56 Storie street 
Blane, George, 83 Canal street 
Eaglesim, Archibald. 41 Ferguslie 
Wilson, Robert, 23 West street 

China and Crystal Merchants. 

Anderson, George, & Co., 47 Moss st. 
Balnave, Mrs. Annie. 17 Sandholes 
Caulfield & Co., 41 High street 
Crawford, Elizabeth O., 16 Gilmour st. 



Crawford, John, 5 George street 
Emerson, Mrs. Agaet*, 2 Cotton street 
Gibson, Mrs., 2 Johnston street 
Hamilton, Agnes, 2 Neilston street 
Hood, William, 10 Broomlands 
Irvine, Wm., I'll George street 
Lees, A., 5 Neilston road 
Logan, J., 4 Gauze street 
Muir, John, 136 and 137 George street 
Muir, Mrs. David, 20 Williamsburgh 
M'Nair, Mrs,, 24 George street 
Speirs, John, 15 and 19 Cotton street 
Stevenson, Robert, 22 Broomlands 
Storrie, J. & W., 37 High street and 1 

Storie street 
Thorn, Mrs. M., 94 Causeyside 
Wylie, Miss Eliza, 27 Storie sti'eet 


Drum, James, 23 Lady lane 
Wengeuworth, Gottfried, 37 Well street 

Olllircll OfiSerS— (See Appendix). 

Clergymen and Missionaries. 

Burns, A. Fyfe, M.A., 7 Garthjand pi. 
Cables, James, M.A., Oakshaw West 

U.F. manse 
Caird, J. Kenny, M.A., U.F. Middle 

raanse, Calside 
Chisholm, Hngh, Provost, R.C., 2 East 

Buchanan street 
Crawford, Mrs. Sarah, Bible-woman, 12 

Gauze street 
Crozier, William, 3 Mansfield place 
Dalgety, J. B., 1 Mansion house road 
Dickson, W. James, Congregational 

manse, Glasgow road 
Duggan, Denis, 73 George street 
Edes, Frederick J. Adauison, c/o Mrs, 

Bisland, Camphill 
Elder, Andrew, The Grange, Meikleriggs 
Fleming, Andrew G., Gowanlea, Castle- 
Gentles, Thomas, D.D., Abbey Manse 
Glendening, R. E., 8 Greenlaw avenue 
Hall, Charles A., Meersbrook, Meikle- 
Hall, David, 9 Buchanan terrace 
Henderson, Andrew, LL.D., F.R.A.S., 
Ashgrove, Oastlehead. 

riolraes, Archd., Falside 

Button, Principal George C, D.D., 

Mount Pleasant 
Lang, A. Montgomerie, B. Sc, Sigh 

Church Manse 
Metcalfe, William M.,D.D., South manse, 

Mills, William F., 60 Love street 
Mursell, Walter A., Marchmont, Potter- 
M'Coll, John, M.A., The Bushes 
M'Donald, John, 73 George street 
M'Laughlin, W. J., 2 East Buchanan st. 
M'Pherson, William, CJ.F. Gaelic manse 
Padkin, James F., Kelbiirne drive 
Park, George, 2 Garthland place 
Paterson, John, M.A., U.F. So. manse, 

Porteous, John, B.D.,Meadowside, Glas- 
gow road 
Robertson. William, 81 Seedhill road 
Rolls, J. W., Hawkhead road 
Scott, A. Boyd, B.D., Arklenton road 
Strang, Robert C, M A., U.F. Martyrs' 

manse, Castlehead 
Sturrock, James B., M.A., 29 Oakshaw 

Tait, Gavin J., M.A., Free St. George's 

manse, Blackball 
Thomson, James, B.D., Martyrs' manse, 

Turner, James, 12 Hillview place 
Walton, W. Ainslie, St. James' manse, 

Welsh, Wra,, St. Mary's, 73 George st. 
Wilson, Alexander, Ardshiel, Blackball 
Wilson, Thomas. B.D., Kelburne drive 
Wood, John, 11 King street 
Wood, William, 11 King street 
Young, James, B.D., North manse, 

Inchinnan road 
Young, Francis, 2 East Buchanan street 
Young, James, 7 Greenlaw avenue 

Clogr Makers. 

(See Boot and Shoemakers). 


(See Tailors and Clothiers.) 

Coach and Van Builders. 

Crawford, P. & A., 5 South Croft 
Lawrie, Robert, 77-79 New Sneddon 



Lee, Robert, 11 to 14 St. James street 
Mo-Car (The) Syndicate, Ltd., Under- 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, 3 and 4 Mill st. 
M'Geocb, James, 3 and 4 Mill street 
M'Nair, John, & Co., 46 High street 
Roxburgh, Robert, & Sons, 4 Garthland 

Coach Hirers. 

Aitken, James, 16 Thread street 

Bell, John, 4 New Sneddon 

Glasgow (The) Tramway & Omnibus 

Co. Ltd., Station buildings, County 

square ; Terrace buildings ; and 

Station buildings, County place 
Goudie, Humphrey, 25 Maxwellton st. 
Mathieson, Peter 3 Back Sneddon 
Paisley Tramway Coy. (Ltd.), 11 Incle 

Paterson, Robert ('bus proprietor), 7 

Clark street 
Young, William, Gordon's lane, 2 

County place, Caual station, and 5 

Bank street 

Coal Merchants. 

Barr, John, 8 Orr street 
Black, Joseph, Canal station 
Caldwell, David, 24 Canal street 
Carkeet, Z., 6 Lylesland 
Coats Brothers, Canal station 
Craig & Gardiner, Underwood depot 
Dougall, Samuel, Underwood depot 
Ferguson, D., & Sons, Potterhill depot 
Fulton, C, (t Co., 12 Hunter street 
Harper, Hu2:h, Boneen, Hawkhead 
Logan, Sons, & Co. (Ltd.), 13 Canal 
street, Underwood, Saucel, Potterhill, 
Ferguslie, and Crookston stations 
Lyons, John, 34 Back Sneddon 
Mitchell, James, 32 Newton street 
More, Robert, Underwood depot 
M'Ewan, Archibald, 20 North Croft 
M'Gallan, James S., 10 Hillview 
M'Kinnou, Lauchlan, 27 Stock street 
M'Lellan, John, 23 Lady lane 
M'Miuigle, Henry, 6 Canal street 
Robertson J..& Sons, Underwood depot 
Eussell, William, 3 Millar street 
Speirs & Gibb, Underwood, Canal street, 
Ferguslie, Potterhill, and Sauceldepots 

Stevenson, Thomas, 41 Clark street 
and Underwood depot 

Thomson, Robert, Colinslee and Potter- 

Underwood Co-Operativ« Coal Society, 
Underwood and Potterhill depots 

Warnock, James, jun., 13 Abercorn st. 

Watson, Neil, 7 Biythswood drive 

Whitehead, J. & D. — offices 16 Moss st. 

Wood, James, & Co., Underwood, Canal 
street, Ferguslie, Saucel, and Potter- 
hill depots 

Young & Kelly, 12 High street and 
Underwood depot 

Confectioners and Fruiterers. 

Adam, Miss Agnes, 43 High street 
Adam, Mrs. Alex., 32 George street 
Adam, Mrs , 1 Alice place 
A.dams, Mrs., 23 Neilston road 
Adam, Robert. 21 Gauze street 
Aitken, Mrs., 8 Rosebery place 
Alexander, Mrs, John, 5 Love street 
Allan, Mrs. William, 8 Albert place 
Anderson, Wm., 25 Causeyside 
Armstrong, .John, 44 George street 
Ballantyue, James, 23 Gauze street 
Barr, Mis.-) Maggie, 8 St. James place 
Beacom, Mrs. A., 19 George street 
Borland, Ellen, 39 High street 
Borland, Janet. 5 St. James street 
Boyd, James, 27 Gauze street 
Brock, James, 32 Storie street 
Brown, Mrs. Jane, 8 Ferguslie 
Brown, Mrs. Robert, 49 Storie street 
Buchanan, John, 33 Thread street 
Cadien, James L., 6 Lylesland 
Cairns, R., & Co., 100 High street 

Cameron, David, 25 Orchard street 
Cameron, Robert, 67 Canal street 
Campbell, Jane, 64 Broomlands 
Oashmore, John, 100 High street 
Cassidy, Mrs. A., 1 Crossflat terrace 
Cassidy, Mrs. Mary, 21 Lawn street 
Olapperton, Mrs. Agnes, 9 Hamilton 

Coia, M., 4 Broomlands and 38 High 

Colquhoun, Henry, 18 Lawn street 
Colquhoun, Wm.,"2 Potterhill 
Cooperwhite, Robert, 1 Pattison street 
Craig, Miss Janet, 69 Love street 



Craig, Mrs. Ann. 52 Storie street 
Crawfi)rd, Mrs. Mary, 3 Broomlands 
CuUoch, Hugh, 21 Gauze srreet 
bumming, John, 17 Broornlauds 
Cunningham, Francis. 7 Old Sneddon 
Cunningham, H., 41 George street 
Currie, Miss, 21 Incle street 
Davidson, James, 53 Causeyside 
Davidson, jr., John, 13 St. James place 
Deans, Miss C, 9 Orchard street 
Deans, Miss Mary Ann, 12 Gauze street 
Dick, Mrs., 17 George street 
Dolan, Mrs., 11 Storie street 
Donnelly. Annie, 21 Maxwellton street 
Douglas, Jeanie, 109 Causeyside 
Doyle, Mrs. Agnes, 18 Lady lane 
Dunlop, Mary, 6 Greenhill road 
Dunlop, Robert, 3 Neilston street 
Eadie, Iklrs., 21 Underwood road 
Eaglesim, Mrs. Maitha, 4 Broomlands 
Easton, John, 30 Kiluside road 
Ewing, John, 60 Causeyside 
Fairlie, Miss M., 8 Castle street 
Farmer, Robert, 6 Clark street 
Fella, S., 88 Causeyside 
Ferguson, Mrs. Martha, 15 Kilnside rd. 
Ferguson, Wm., 56 George street 
Fernie, Mrs., 108 George street 
Ferri, C, 16 Causeyside and 5 and 8 

Old Smithhilis 
Filshill, James W.,6 Macdowall street 

Findlay, Mary, 15 Mossvale street 
Fisher, Miss, 53 George street 
Fleming, Mrs., 9 Johnston street 
Galbraith, Peter, 20 Great Hamilton st. 
Garven, Miss, 1 East Croft 
Gibson, Andrew & Son, 98 High street 
Gilmour, Mrs., 29 New street 
Gilraour. Wm,, 7 Castle street 
Ginsti, M., 10 Orchard street 
Glen, Mrs. R., 31 Causeyside 
Graham, Thomas. 6 Storie street 
Graham, Wm , 46 George street 
Grandage, William, 19 New Stock street 
Gray, Agues, 1 Douglas terrace 
Gray, John, 25 Argyle street 
Greenlees, Jane, 10 Old Sneddon 
Haldane, Maggie, 9 West Campbell st. 
Hamilton, William, 87 New Sneddon 
Harkins, Annie, 30 Thread street 
Henderson, George, 7 Whitehead street 
Henderson, John, 1 Old Smithhilis and 

35 Causeyside 
Henderson, J., 29 Caledonia street 

Henderson, Mrs., 6 Mill street 
Holden, Lawrenee, 30 Canal street ■* 
HoUis, Miss Maggie, 92 Old Sneddon 
Holmes, R., 72 Canal street 
Holt, H., 30 High street 
Hopkins, Mrs. E., 21 Moss street 
Houston, James, 17 Ferguslie 
Howat, Robert, 7 New street 
Howatt, Mrs. Susan, 52 Caledonia street 
Howie, Robert, 5 Mossvale lane 
Hunter, James, 20 Abbey street 
Hunter, Mrs. Sarah, 10 Silk street 
Hiissey, Mary B.. 65 Broomlands 
Hutton, Wm., 5 Moss street 
Irvine, Wm., Ill George street 
Ireland, William, 14 Gauze street 
•Jamieson, John, 26 Well street 
Jamieson, William, 23 Well street 
Kelly, Mrs. Margt., 9 Moncrieff street 
Kelso, Archd., 118 George street 
Kelso, Mrs. James, 66 Causeyside 
Kennedy, Jeanie, 18 Spriugbauk road 
Kennedy, Wm., 14 Underwood road 
Kirk, John, 7 Lylesland 
Kirk, Mrs. Martha, 12 Glen street 
Klickert, S., 34 Well street 
Law, Francis, 18 Carriagehill 
Law, Mrs., 24 Great Hamilton street 
Lennox, James, 38 Caledonia street 
Lochhead, Mrs. Alex., 11 Old Smithhilla 
Loudon, John, 32 Canal street 
Love, Mrs. Martha, 46 Calside 
Martin, Mrs., 150 George street 
Mathers, Mary, 22 Broomlands 
Menzies, Matthew, 1 Wellmeadow 
Miller, Miss, 4 Garthland street 
Miles, Jas., 7 Wellmeadow, 84 Moss St., 

and 1 Old Smithhilis 
Millar, Ann, 15 Thread street 
Millar. James, Old Tollhous<-, Stonefield 
Millar, Mrs., 12 Abbey close 
Mitchell, Miss, 58 Broomlands 
Mitchell, Mrs., 29 Fergnslie 
Montague, Hugh, 12 Broomlands 
Mooney, James, 9 School wynd 
More, Mrs., 58 Causeyside 
Morrison, John, 13 West Campbell st. 
Morrison, John, 92 Causeyside 
Moss, Mrs., 29 Storie street 
Muir, Thomas, 16 High street 
Mulholland, Geo., 16 Maxwellton street 
Myles, Henry, 71 Canal street 
M'AUister, John, 19 Barclay street 
M'Corkiudale, Agnes, 60 George street 
M'Creery, T., 15 Neilston road 



M'Dermid, Mrs., 32 Storie street 
M'Donald, Mrs,, 5 Well street 
M'Donald, Miss, 24 New Smitbhills 
M'Farlane, Agues, 38 New street 
M'Farhine, Mary, 24 Wellmeadow 
M'George, John, 105 George street 
M'Ghee, Thoiuas, 52 Brooinlands 
M'GIinn, Joho, 44 Storie street 
M'Goldrick, James, 11 Saucel 
M'Gregor, Mrs., 2 Stirling street 
M'Hug-h, Margaret, 28 New Smithhills 
M'Innes, Mary, 11 Carriagehill 
M'Kaig, Andrew, 26 Gleu street 
M'Kechnie, Miss Elizabeth, 2 Well 

M'Kenzie, Donald, D., 36 M'Kerrell st. 
Mackie, Miss, 2 Smitbhills 
M'Kiulay, Mvs. Isabella, 21 Glen street 
M'Lacblan, Jobr, 11 Cross street 
M'Lacblan, Mrs., 14 Carriagehill 
M'Lean, J. & R., 5 Ladyburu street 
M'Lellan, Mrs. Elizabeth, 24 Brooinlands 
M'Millan, John, 35 Wellmeadow 
M'Mullan, Mrs. Mary, 30 St. James st. 
M'Murtrie, Jessie, 27 St. Jam.-ijs street 
M'Naughtou, Angus, 28 Seedhill road 
M'Phail. Hugh, 37 Storie street 
Nairn, Mary, 41 High street 
Nardini, P., 15 and 38 Moss street, 41 
New street, 2 Bank street, and 46 
Caledonia street 
Nelson, John, 29 Castle street 
Noble, Mary, 76 High street 
Noble, Thomas, 28 Glen street 
Orr, Thomas, 92 Causeyside 
O'Donnell, Arthur, 38 Causeyside 
Paterson, Jane, 24 Maswelltou street 
Paterson, Miss Agnes, 3 Couuty place 

and 10 Moss street 
Patou, Margaret, 15 Inclo street 
Patou, Mrs. John, 8 Moncrieff street 
Patrick, W. N., 69 Bioomlauds 
Peebles, Mrs. M., 39 Maxwellton 
Polio, G., 26 Causeyside and 82 Broom- 
Pollock, Robert, 67 Broomlands 
Prophet, William, 7 Mill street 
Queen. Peter, 1 Greenhill road 
held, Elizabeth, 67 George street- 
Reid, Miss Lizzie, 1 Lawn street 
Renucci, G., 62 George street 
Renucci, Santina, 30 New Smithhills 
Reynolds, Samuel, 2 Bridge street 
Ribbons & Co., 91 High street 
Rigali, J., 12 School wynd 

Ritchie, Nellie, 55 Caledonia street 
Robertson, John, 19 Sandholes 
Robertson, James, & Sons, Preserve 

Manufacturers, Ltd., Thrushgrove 

works (wholesale) 
Robertson, Mrs. M., 32 Carriagehill 
Ronald, Mrs. Margaret, 6 Mossvale st. 
Rowe&Co. (wholesale), 112 Causeyside 
Russell, Mrs. J., 68 Love street 
Scott, Harry, 27 Love street 
Shearer, Mrs., 67 Causeyside 
Shearer, Miss Agnes, 6 Bank street 
Sim, Robert, 4 New Sneddon 
Smith, Marion, 29 George street 
Smith, Mrs., 18 Orchard street 
Spiers, Mrs. Mary, 51 Storie street 
Stevenson, Lizzie, 31 Well street 
Stewart, Alex , 1 Springbank road 
Stewart, Alexander, 71 George street 
Stewart, Mrs. Jessie, 5 Lawn street 
Stewart, Thomas, 38 Well street 
Stewart, Mrs , 4 Espedair 
Sweeuie, Miss E , 13 Stock street 
Taylor, Donald. 2 Silk street 
Taylor, T., 97 Causeyside 
Thomson. Mrs. A.. 90 High street 
Traill, David, 6 Glen street 
Urquhart, Robert, 19 Wellmeadow 
Urquhart, Wm., 35^ Broomlands and 

81^ High street 
Waddell, J. M., 36 High street 
Walker*, Stewart, 9 Back Sneddon 
Waters, J., 6 Orchard street 
Waters, Wm., 11 Springbank road 
Watson, Maggie, 57 Broomlands 
Weir, Mrs. Robert, 4 George street 
White, Nellie, 7 Broomlands 
Wills, George, 57 George street 
Wilson, Jane, 6 George street 
Wilson, John, 8 Lawn street 
Wilson, Mrs. R , 23 Cotton street 
Wilson, Mrs., 6 lucle street 
Wilson, Mrs., 11 Neilston road 
Wilson, Mrs., 20 Wallace street 
Wilson, T., 9 George street 
Wylie, David, 15 Mossvale 
Wylie, Miss Elizabeth, 27 Storie street 


Hunter, Clark, 3 Henderson street 
M'Coimick, James, Marshall's lane 
M'Naughton, Henry, Hawkhead road 
Wardrop, James, 2 Braid's road 




M'Millan, William. 32 High street 
Ralston, John, 7 Orchard street 

Corn Flour Manufacturers. 

(See uuder Starch Manufacturers). 

Co'wfeeders and Dairymen. 

Aitken, Jamos, 39 Ferojuslie 
Aitken, Robert, 46 Well street 
Anderson, Hobert, 19 Lady lane 
jArndle, Hugh, 26 New street 
Bnillie, Daniel, Lyleslaud dairy 
Barclay, Allan, 27 St. James street 
Barr, James H., 18 Saudhciles 
Barr, jMrs> 2 George street 
Barr, Robert, 39 Lady lane 
Bauchop, Misses, 3 Neilston street 
Bowie, Mrs. Walter, 60 Canal street 
Boyd, J.. 8 Neilston street 
Brewster, Mrs. Janet, 7 Mill street 
Calderwood, Mrs. C, 13 Kihiside road 
Cameron, Annie, 35 M'Kerrell street 
Carlin, Francis, 13 Underwood road 
Cochran, Alexander, Burnfoot, Thornlie 
Craig, John, 18 Great Hamilton street 
Craig, William, 22 Well street 
Duncan, Andrew, 28 Orchard street 
Esdale, John, 17 Queen street 
Ferguson, Peter, 80 Canal street 
Fulton, W., 29 Canal street 
Gemmell, Andrew, 13 Cotton street 
Gibb, Matthew, Stirling street 
Gillespie, William, Alton 
Graham, Angus, 8 South croft 
Gray, John, 35 Well street 
Hamilton, Mrs, James, 58 Causeyside 
Holms, William, 15 Back Sneddon 
Howie, David, 61 Storie street 
Jarvie, James, 21 Utiderwciod road 
Kilpatrick, Mrs , 42 Back Sneddon 
Kyle, Robert, Laighpark 
Laird, Joseph, 12 Gauze street 
Laird, Annie, 3 Garthlaud street 
Lang, Mrs., 1 Johnston street 
Lawrie, Robert, 26 Love street 
Lee, Jane, 37 Ferguslie 
Livingstone, Daniel. 20 Gauze street 
Livingstone, Hugii, 43 Gordon's lane 
Love, Thomas, 40 Storie street 
Lyle, John, 25 Lawn street 
Miller, William, 37 Caledonia street 
Monaghan, Michael, 15 Neilston road 
Muir^ William, 2 Crossflat terrace 

Myles, Robert, 2 Moucrietf street 
M'Dermid, Charles, 8 North Croft 
M'Dermott, B,, 13 Ferguslie 
Macdougall, Mrs., 13 lucle street 
M'lndoe, Mrs,, 19 Underwood lane 
M'Intyre, Mrs. Neil, 6 Caledonia street 
M'Kie, James (cattle dealer), 2 

M'Leod, Jas., 4 Silk street 
M'Pherson, Duncan, Gibbie's Bush, 

King street 
Provan, William, 18 Springhank road 
Provident Co-operative Society, Ltd., 
138 George street, 54 Broomlands, 
7 Lawn street, 7 Springbank road, 
2 Kilnside road, and Well street 
Rankine, Miss, 7 New street 
Reid, Mrs John, 7 Neil street 
Retson, Thon)as, 61 George street 
Risk, Robert, 7 Canal street 
Ronald, Marion, West Gockston cottage, 

Goudie street 
Russell, Mrs., 78 George street 
Simpson, William, 12 Storie street 
Somerville, Mrs., 18 Williamsburgh 
Stevenson, Mrs. Marian, 73 Canal st: 
Stewart, John, 97 George street 
Stracban, James, 7 Carriagehill 
Tyre, James, 39 George street 
Walker, Alexander, 32 Castle street 
Walker, Alexander, 50 Mill street 
V\ alker, James, 18 Gauze street 
Walker, John, 21 and 23 Abbey street 
Walker, Miss, 7 Springbank road 
Watson, Charles, 14 High street 
Watson, William, 10 Gateside 
Wells, John, 1 Neilbton road 
Wills, James, Whitehaugh farm 
Wilson, M. & J., 13 Caniagehill 
VVishart, Thomas, 7 Ntilson street 
Young, William, 11 Eroomlands 

Cutlers and ^unmakers. 

Buchanan, James, 15 Causeyside 
Denovan, William, 32 High street 
Muir, John, 136 and 137 George street 
M'Kinlay, William (tit-hing tackle), 4 

Silk street 
Tannahill, Andrew, 1 Smiihhills 

Cycle Makers and ik^ents. 

Anderson, John A., 6 St. James place 
Galletley, George, 108 Causeyside 



Gibson, Johnstone, 54: Bfoomlauds 
Graliam & Caskie, 20 Moss street 
Hogarth Cycle Works, 32 Carriagehill 
Howard & Reid, 46 Old Sneddon 
Jaap, John, 14 and 15 Wellmeadow ; 

workshop 8 Barr street 
Ijeitch, William, & Co., 41 Lady lane 
Rennie, John, 46 Calsiile 
Snodgrass & Brown, 37 and 38 Old 

Watson Brothers, 84 George street 


(See Pattern Drawers), 


Foulds, Wm. & Co., Ltd.. Glenfyne 

Distillery Ardrishaig — office School 

Saucel Distillery Company, King street 

Stewart, Janaes, & Co., King street 


Drainagre Pipe and Tile Manu- 

Brown, Robert, & Son Ltd., Millaraton 
Speirs, Gibb, & Co , Greenock road 

Drapers and Silk Mercers. 

Aitken, David, 44 New street 
Aitken, Mrs. William. 18 Mossvale street 
Allao, Mrs. John, 87 Kilnside road 
Allison, Mrs., 32 Carriagehill 
Asquith, K., 13 Wardrop street < 

Bowie, T. & J., 109 High street 
Bradley, Mrs., 80 New Sneddon 
Bryce, Misses, 2 Old Sraithhills 
Budge. A., 90 High street 
Caldwell, Maggie M., 3 Gauze street 
Campbell, Jeauie, 4 Ladybiirn street 
Cameron, Miss Jeanie, 36 M'Kerrell st. 
Cashmore, James, 19 Storie street 
Cochran, Robert S., 109 Causeyside 
Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 and 27 

New Smithhills 
Crosbie, Miss A^nes, 5 Wellmeadow 
Cumming, Amelia. 4 Old Smithhills 
Dalgarno, Alex., 79 and 8() Broomlands 
Hand, David, 53 Hijjh street 
Davidson, D., 20 Saudholes 

Davidson, Mrs., 45 Broomlands 
Drennan, James, 17 Moss street 
Dundas, Porteous, 2 Forbes place and 

19 Gauze street 
Fernie, Archd., 59 George street 
Gibb, John, & Son, 26 Hi^h street 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Robert, 5 Moss street 
Glen, James, 9 Broomlands 
Guthrie, E.. 67 Broomlands 
Hamilton, Mrs. Alex., 16 Wellmeadow 
Hamilton. Mrs., 3^ George street 
Henderson & Agiievv, 102 Causeyside 
Hendry, T. B., 4 xMc^ss street 
Jenkins, Mrs., 2 Johnston street 
Johnston, Adam, 29 Glen street 
Kirkwood, Miss M., 37 Wellmeadow 
Lace (The Paisley) House, 93 High st. 
Lauder, Mrs. T., 17 Well street 
Lawrie, E. & M. A.. 12 St. James place 
Lawson, Agnes, 3 Lawn street and 75 

Love street 
Lawson, Thomas, 20 Moss street 
Lees, Robert M., 38 Moss street 
Leslie, William, 10 Barclay street 
Love, Mrs., 46 Calside 
Maguire, Clias., 16 Storie street 
Maxwell, Mrs., 26 Caledonia street 
Mitchell, Mrs., 29 Ferguslie 
Morton, Andrew, 19 Causeyside 
Morton, Elizabeth, 15 Broomlands 
Morton, J. H. & Co., 9 George street 
Morton, Marj', 36 Well street 
M'Callum, Jane, 10 Wellmeadow 
M'Cauce, H., 5 Lylesland 
M'Crory, Mrs. Sarah, 21 Lawn street 
M 'Donald, Mrs. R., 19 Broomlands 
M 'Gibbon, John. & Sou, 47 High street 
M'Glashan, James, & Co., 32 Causeyside 
Maclndoe, William, 29 Causeyside 
M 'In tyre & Co.. 18 Moss street 
MacKay, J. & E , 29 High street 
M'Kay, Miss A., 3 Moss street 
M'LauchJan, Mr?. R., 83 High street 
M'Naught. Alex., 90 Causeyside 
M'Phail, Hugh, 37 Storie street 
M'Rory, John, 15 Neilston road 
Naismith & Scott, 86 High street 
Nixon, Simon (cloth merchant), 24 

Canal street 
Paisley C'l-operative Manufacturing 
Societv, Ltd., 114 and 115 Causey- 
side, 15 Broomlands, 10 Neilston road, 
11 Kilnside road, aad 47 Broomlands 
Parlaue & Kerr, 10 High street 
Paterson, Mrs., lOO George street 



Patterson, Samuel, 2 Gtiuze sti'eet 
Pottie, Mrs., 4 Garthland street 
Prentice, W. F. & Co, 99 High street. 
Provan, Andrew, 15 High street 
Robertson, Jane, 2 Queen street 
Ross, P, F., 15 Wellnieadow 
Rowand, John, 34 High street 
Scott & Brown, Misses, 14 Gauze street 
Smith, Miss, 18 Geora^e street 
Stewart, Isa, 36 M'Kerrell street 
Strafford, H. S., 13 Wellmeadow 
ThoDQSon, Alexander, 79 High street 
Wallace & Co., 15 High street 
Walker, Robert, 9 Hillview place 
Welsh, J. & G., 101 High street 
Winning, Mrs. Mary, 49 Broomlands 
Young, John, & Son, 7 Orr square 


Aitken, D., 44 New street 
Barr, Miss Mary, 6 Lonend 
Bartholomew, Agues, 11 Lady lane 
Bell, Mrs., 5 Stow street 
Berry, Elizabeth, 9 Townhead terrace 
Black, A. C., 82 High street 
Bowie, T. & J., 109"High street 
Bowie, Miss Maggie, 27 Well street 
Brown, Mrs., 30 Canal street 
Caldwell, Miss, 25 New Stock street 
Cars well, Miss, 1 Camphill 
Cassels, Miss, 6 Bank street 
Charles, Miss J., 7 Sandholes 
Cochran, Miss Jane, 9 Argyle street 
Cochran. Robert, & Sous, 26 and 27 

New SmithhiJls 
Co-operative Manufacturing Society 

Limited, 114 and 115 Causeyside 
Crawford, Jane, 9 Argyle street 
Crosbie, Miss A., 5 Wellmeadow 
Gumming, Mrs., 54 George street 
Dewar, Miss Annie, Newton avenue, 

Duffy, Mrs., 44 Gordon's lane 
Duncan, Marion, 3 Camphill place 
Esdaile, W. S., & Co. (mantle makers), 

93 High street 
Finn, Miss Julia, 22 High street 
Fitzpatrick, Mrs., 1 Well street 
Fleck, Miss, 46 Broomlands 
Eraser, M. & H., 6 Wellmeadow 
Freebairn, Miss Martha, 49 High street 
French, Mrs., 32 Cotton street 
Goodwin, Bella, 6 Whitehead street 

Haldeu, Miss, 109 Causeyside 
Hart, Miss, 10 St. Mirren street 
Home, Mrs., 9 Orr square 
Houston, Miss, 10 St. Mirren street 
Isdale, Isabella, 14 Broomlands 
Jardine, Miss, 7 Gauze street 
Jarvie, Misses, 50 Causeyside 
Johnston, Miss, 8 Whitehaugh terrace 
Johnston, Misses, 44 Oakshaw 
Kerr, Misses, 15 High street 
Kilpatrick, Janet, 7 West Croft 
Kirkwood, Miss M., 37 Wellmeadow 
Knos, Miss Jeanie, 8 West Croft 
Laird, Miss, 5 Greenlaw avenue 
Legg, Miss, 15 Alice place 
Lennan, Miss, 4 Wardrop street 
Lochhead, Miss, 36 Canal street 
Madden, M., 20 John street 
Mathieson, Mrs., 2 Springbank road 
M'AIlister, Miss, 1 Underwood lane 
M'Callum, Janet, 50 Storie street 
M'Connell, John, 7 Bridge st. (Burgh) 
M'Cowan, Mrs., 5 County place 
Macdougall, Miss, 84 High street 
M'Donald, Misses, 12 Hillview place 
M'Dowall & Irvine, 85 High street 
M'Gregor, Miss Jane, 18 Williamsburgh 
MacKay, J. & E., 29 High street 
M'Kinlay, M., 29 High street 
M'Lauchlan, M. & J., 63George street 
M'Lean, Mrs. Finlay, 3 Gordon's lane 
M'Murchie, Miss B., 5 New street 
M'Pherson, Miss Agues, 50 Love st. 
Paton, Miss, 1 Crossflat terrace 
Parlane & Kerr, 10 High street 
Paton, Miss, 1 Crossflat terrace 
Pinkerton, Misses J. & M., 40 High st. 
Pitt, Miss Elizabeth, 3 Townhead ter. 
Pollock, Elizabeth, 35 George street 
Porter, Agnes, 29 Wellmeadow 
Raeside, Misses, 4 John street 
Richmond, Miss, 39 New street 
Ritchie, E., 95 High street 
Ronald, Mrs., 11 Argyle street 
Russell, Miss Mary, 13 Wardrop street 
Scott, Miss M., 55 Broomlands 
Telfer, Mrs., 93 George street 
Thomson, Miss J., 4 Wellmeadow 
Thomson, Miss, 36 Well street 
TurubuU, Christina, 16 Moss street 
Weddell, Misses, 23 Broomlands 
Wallace & Co., 15 High street 
White, Mrs. G., 19 Gauze street 
Wilson, Jessie L., 43 High street 
Wood, Miss W., 13 Sandholes 



Dru^^ists and Clieniists. 

Allan, Alexander, 19 George street 
Brownridge, Robt., 17 Neilston road 
Buchanan, Mrs., (drug store j, 7 Broona- 

lands street 
Cockburu & Co., Ltd., 12 St. Mirren st. 
Croll, David "VV., 9 Broomlands 
Duncan, James, M.D., 28 Causeyside 

and 1 Crossflat terrace 
Fraser, Alex., 100 High street — branch 

Sherwood buildings, Glasgow road 
Galbreath Brothers, 92 Causeyside 
Hannah, Henry, 44 Moss street and 1 

Crossflat terrace 
Home, Thos., 18 Gilraour street 
Holms, John, 21 Wellmeadow and 24 

Gauze street 
Hunter, John B., 3 Sraifhhills 
Medical (The) Hall, 9 St. James place 
M'Cowau, R. T., 8 High street, 23 Gauze 

street, and 9 Broomlands 
Robb, Helen, 35 Well street 
Russell, Dr. Wm., 15 Broomlands and 

2 Cotton street 
Sim, William, 43 High street 
Stevenson, John, M.D., 55 Causeyside 

and 29 Wellmeadow 
Stewart, Hawthorn, 81 High street 
Walker, James, 12 St. James place and 

21 Neilston road 
Wilson, Thomas, & Son, 36 Ferguslie 


(See also Chemical Manufacturers.) 

Caldwell, W., & Co., Murray street 
Gilmour, HugH B., 17 Oswald street, 

Macfee, H. M., & Co., Gatef^ide Oil and 

Paint Works, Niddry street 
Rodger, John, 10 Glenview 


Bell, A.,& Sous, Ltd., Stanley dyeworks 

— shop 6 Gilmour street 
Fulton, William, & Sons, Ltd., Glenfield 
Gibson & Reid, The Paisley Dyeworks, 

l^acy street and 32 High street 
Hamilton, Adam, & Sous, Ltd., Blackland 

Hamilton, William, 18 Abbey street 
Hutchesun, William, jun., & Co., George 

M'Callum, J. & J., Limited, Laighpark 


Macfarlane, D., & Sons, Ltd., Underwood 

Road Dyeworks 
M'Lardie, James, & Sons, Meikleriggs 
Pollock & Cochrane, Thrushcraig 
Reid, Alexander, A Brother, Ltd., Lady- 
burn Dyeworks 
Stewart & Wallace, 8 St. James street 
Walker, Drybrough, & Co., Arkleston 

Eating'-liotise keepers. 

A.die, Alexander, 63 Broomlands 
British Workman Public House, 8 St 

James place 
Clarke, Joseph 4 and 6 St. Mary's ter. 
Coia, 4 Broomlands and 38 High street 
Cormie, Christina, 14 Old Smithhills 
Crawford, Wrs. Margaret, 11 Caledonia 

Ferri, C, 5 and 8 Old Smithhills and 

16 Causeyside 
Forsyth, John, 12 Newten street 
Hamilton, Eliza, 32 Broomlands 
Jamison, Matthew, George Temperance 

Hotel, 2 Old Smithhills 
Patou, Miss Kate, 12 Ferguslie 
Philip, Andrew, 103 George street 
Renfrew, Alex., 23 New street 
Smith, John, 21 Thread street 
Yielder, R., The Cross 

Electrical Engineers. 

Anderson, John A., 6 St. James place 
Bow, M'Lachlan, & Co., Ltd., Thistle 

Works, Abbotsinch 
Pultou, T. Crichton, 12 Abbey street 
Hunter & Goudie, 5 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, James, & Son, 109 High st. 
Patersou, Cooper, & Co. Ltd., Patella 

works, Lin wood road 
Robertson & Co., 55 Back Sneddon 
Yourg & Risk, 23 New Smithhills 


Hamilton, J., & Co., 2 Union street 

Engineers and Mac]iine-Makers 

Bow. M'Lachlan, & Co., Ltd., Thistle 

Works, Abbotsinch 
Boyd, James, & Sons (heating engineers), 

Macdowall street 
Bryce, John S., 10 Hunter street 
Campbell & Calderwood, Soho Engine 

Works, Murray street 



Christie, Williaru, & Sods, Underwood 

Iron works 
Craig, A. F., & Co., Limited, Caledonia 

Engine Works, Macdowall street 
Doulton & Co., Ltd., Hawkhead road 

(sanitary engineers) 
Eadie Brothers, & Co., Victoria Works, 

Violet street, off Seedhill road 
Fisher & Co., St. Mirren Works, Mac- 
dowall street 
Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., Phcenix 

Works, luchinnan road 
Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.), 

Vulcan Foundry and Engine Works, 

Renfrew road 
Graham & Caskie (weighing machines), 

2 Causeyside 
Hanna, Donald, & Wilson, Abbey works, 

23 New Sneddon, and Atlas works. 

17 Back Sneddon 
Hislop, R. & G. (gas lighting and 

heating engineers), 13 St. James place 
Hollis, John, 1 Wallace street 
Kerr, William, & Co. (machinery mer- 
chants), 15 St. James street 
Lament & Co., Hawkhead Works 
Milne, George (wringers and mangles), 

2 Gauze street 
Mo - Car (The) Syndicate Limited, 

M'Fadyeu & Cunningham, 21 Neilston rd 
M'Gee, Walter, & Son, Ltd., Albion 

works, Laighpark 
M'Geoch, James. 3 and 4 Mill s.reet 

and 1 and 2 Millar street 
M'Glashau, Duncan, Henderson street 
Macnab, James Orr (weighing 

machines), 8 Old Sneddon 
Napier, W. D. (consulting mechanical 

engineer), 90 Bigh street 
PatersoD, Cooper, & Cu. Ltd., Patella 

works, Liuwood road 
Pollock, S., & Sons, Pacific Engine 

Works, Williamsburgh 
Reid, Thomas, & Sons, 19 Thread street 
Rennie, John, 46 Calpide 
Russell, Wm., 1 Water brae (burgh) 
Sheddon, Thomas, & Son, 29 Gordon's la. 
Singer Manufacturing Co., 10 St. Mir- 
ren street 
Thom, Bryce, & Cornelius, Lylesland 

and Barterholm 
Wallace, Oonnell, & (3o. (sanitary,), 8 

Gilmour street 
Watson Brothers, 84 George street 
White, Thomas, & Sous, Laighparlc 


Brown, Robert, & Co., 10 Espedair street 
Eadie, John, 4 Moss street 
Faulkner, B. G., 10 St. James street 
Graham, T. & R., 4 Bridge street 
Hay, R., & Sou, 94 High street 


Adam, John, East Walkinshaw 

Allison, Mrs. William, South Arkleston 

Andrew, James, Bushes 

Arneil, Robert, Corsebar 

Bowie, James, West Dykebar 

Bowie, Walter, Dykebarhill 

Bryce, David, Abbotsinch,Inchinnan rd. 

Buchanan, Geoige, Hunterhill, Paisley 

Carswell, James, Durrochstock 

Cowan, James, Rossball 

Chapman, Robert, North Arkleston, 

Glasgow road 
Cochrane, John, North Brediland 
Crawford, Wm., Craigenfeoch, Elderslie 
Eadie, Alex., Little Crossford, How- 
Fleming, William, Ful wood, by Linwood 
Gardner, James, South Hillington, off 

Glasgow road, by Crookston 
Gilmour, Mrs James, Fulbar 
Gray, Thomas, Oldbar 
Hendry, John, Thornly 
Houston, Archibald, Wester Walkin- 
shaw, Greenock road, by Linwood 
Kerr, Mrs. Robert, East Fulton, by 

Kerr, William, Linclive, by Linwood 
Keter, William, Bogside, Renfrew 
Kyle, Andrew, Muirhead, Elderslie 
Kyle, R(jbert, South Caundren 
Kyle, Matthew, Selvieland, by Paisley 
Lang, Arthur, Garneyland, by Inch- 

innan, Renfrew 
Lawrie, William, Loanhead, Inchinnan 

Mathie, Angus, Merksworth 
Moffat, James, Turneyland, Greenock rd 
M'Coll, Neil, Mid Walkinshaw by 

M'Murrich, Robert, Gookston 
M'Nair, Hugh, Meikleriggs 
Park, Alex., Turningshaw, by Johnstone 
Park, Walter S., Hatton, Bishoptou 
Pollock, Robert, Amochrie 
Renfrew, James, Blackstoun Mains 
Retson, Mrs. Andrew, Moorhouse^ 



Riddel], Dsvid, Blackball 

Ritchie, John, Brooraward, Elderslie 

Rowaud, Johu, Caundren, by Liuwood 

Russell, Hugh, Foxbar 

Russell, John, Potterbill 

Rutherford, Thos., Muirhead, Linwood 

Scott, Alex., North Mains, by Johnstone 

Smith, James, New Mains, Inchinnan, 

by Renfrew 
Stevenson, Peter, Bardrain,by Elderslie 
Stewart, John, Thornlypark, Paisley 
Stirrat, Robt., Home Farm, Blackstoun 
Strang, Christopher, Whiteford farm 
Thorn, John, Hallhill, Howwood 
Walker, Robert, Brounsfield, Inchinnan 
Watson, Chridtopher, Fulwood, by 

Watt, Basil, Sersreantlaw 
Watt, Thomas, West Thornleymuir 
Weir, Alexander, Barskiven 
White, John, Nether Craigends, by 

White, William, Hairshaw, Biabopton 
Y'oiing, David, Old Hall and Alton farm, 

Glasgow road 
Young, R. C, Netberfield and Fulwood, 

by Johnstone 

Pire-Olay Manufacturers. 

Brown, Robert, & Sou, Ltd., Ferguslie 

Fire-Clay works 
Speirs, Gibb, & Co., Caledonia Pire- 

Clay works, Greeuocli road 

Fislimon^ers and. Foulterers. 

Blair, Robert, 53 George street 
Co-operative (Provident) Society, Ltd., 
Central, 138 George street ; 70 Love 
St., 47 Broomlands, and 3^ Bank st. 
Deans, William, 9 St. James place 
Ferrie, A., 72 Broomlands 
Glen, Miss Agnes, 34 Gauze street 
Guthrie, David, 17 Incle street 
-Johnstone, John, 31 Causeyside 
Logan, James & Robert, 20 Wellmeadow 
Maitland, Wm., jun., 54 Caledonia st. 
Matchett, John, 26 Causeyside 
Muldoon, Mrs. J., 15 Gauze street 
M'Taggart, Jane, 11a Kilnside road 
M'Taggart, J,, 79 Broomlands 
M'Taggart, L., 62 Causeyside 
Risk, William, 34 High street 
Robertson, Mrs., lOl Causeyside 
Sawers, Ltd., 19 High street 
Steel, James, 47 Moss street 


Allison, James, 34 High street 
Allison, Walter, 2 St. James street 
Anderson Bros.. 35 High street 
Armour, W. & R., 53 Broomlands 
Arnott, William, 21 Gauze street 
Arthur, Samuel, 17 George street and 

and 14 Underwood road 
Barr, Andrew, 2 Bank street 
Black, William, 1(14 George street 
Brown, Misses A. & M., 61 Causeyside 
Canning, A., 7 Spriugbank road 
Carse, Robert, 97 Causeyside 
Carse, William, 50 Love street 
Co-operative (Equitable) Society, 38 

Great Hamilton st. & 17 Carriagehill 
Co-operative Provideut Society — 

138 George street 

35 Glen street 

91 Causeyside 

48 Broomlands 

1 Cotton street 

21 Underwood road 

4 Kilnside road 

Well street 
Craig, David, & Son, 24 Wellmeadow 
Craig, James, 26 Gauze street 
Drysdale, David, 26 Causeyside 
Easdon, William, 11 Gauze street 
Easton, Wm., 60 Back Sneddon street 
Fitzpatrick, .John, 2 Lawn street 
Fleming, Mary, 29 George street 
Gilraour, Thos., 11^ New Smithhills 
Gibson, Alex., 15 Old Sneddon 
Glen, Thomas, 36 Broomlands 
Hamilton, George, 5 George street 
Holms, Matthew, 16 Kilnside road 
Holmes, William, 21 Sandholes 
King, A., 5 Broomlands 
Lang, John, 55 Caledonia street 
Leitch, William, & Son, 3 Old Smithhills 
Millar, Peter, 74 Love street 
Mitchell, Alex., 54 George street 
Morrison & Shaw, 19 Neilston road 
Muir, Mrs. James, 20 George street 
Murray, James, 4 Mossvale street 
M'Donald Hugh, 78 Broomlands 
M 'Do wall, James, 41 Ferguslie 
M'lutyre, John, 107 George street 
M'lotyre, Robert, 30 Canal street 
M'Luskie, Peter, 5 St. James street 
M'Nee, John B., 41 Caledonia street 
Nelson, J., & Sons, Ltd., 6 Moss street 
Rennie, Alexander, 18 Wellmeadow 



Kennie, John, 68 Causeyside and 9 

Canal street 
Russell, James, 2 Crossflat terrace 
Rutherford, Alex. H., 14 Gauze street 
Scarlett, James, 54 Causeyside and 23 

Neilston road 
Shaw, Smith, 30 Causeyside 
Smith, Edward, 5 Spvingbank road 
Smith, James, 19 Sandholes 
Towns, Alexander, 28 Well street 
Waddell, R. D., 96 High street (pork) 
Wallace, James, 8 Love street 
Wallace, Robert, 37 Well street 
Watson, William, & Sog, 27 High street 
Watson, A. & W., 25 Causeyside and 

11 Kilnside road 
Welsh, Alexander, 22 Kilnside road 
Wilson, Alexander, 102 George street 
Wilson, Charles, 22 Sandholes 


((See unlfler Nurserymen and Florists.) 

Frencli Polishers. 

Smith, Mrs., 22 Storie street 
Storrie, Mrs. J. , 19 Greeuhill road 

Fuiieral Undertakers. 

.^.nderson, James, 43 Wellraeadow 
Begg, John, & Son, 24 Cotton street 
Glasgow (The; Tramway and Omnibus 
Co., Limited, Terrace buildings and 
Station buildings. County square 
Kilpatrick, John, & Son, 16 Abbey 

Knox, Walter, 53 Storie street 
M'llwham, James, 59 Storie street 
Scott, Alexander, 36 High street 
Young, William, Gordon's lane 


Beckett, J. & M., 55 Causeyside 
Brannan, Misses, 18 Gauze street 
Clark, Miss J. H., 30 High street 
Cowan, Mrs. Janet, 6J Christie street 
Erskine, Mrs., 42 High street 
Gibb, John, & Son, 26 High street 
Olencross, A., 9 Lady lane 
Holmes, Mrs., 97 High street 

Johnston, Adam, 29 Glen street 
Knight, Sons, & Co., Ill Causeyside 

and 19 Gauze street 
Lyons & M'Neilage, 75 Love street 
Miller, Mrs. M. J., 47 George street 
M'Gregor, Miss Jane, 18 Williamsburgh 
Park, Robert, 3 Cumberland court 
Thomson, Robert, 24 Neilston road 


Lemay, Mrs., 57 Canal street 
Macdonald, A., 29 High street 



Davidson, Francis, 46 Moss street 
Duncan, Archibald, 162 George street 
Graham, Archibald, 24 Storie street 
Henderson, John, 29 Caledonia street 
Knox, Alex., 2 Oakshaw brae 
Knox, W., 4 Blackball buildings 
Lawrie, Wm , 2 John street 
Millar, Jas., 30 Williamsburgh 
Macaulay, John, 5 Castle street 
M'Lardie, Thos., 13 Williamsburgh 
Provan, Andrew, 13 Wellmeadow 
Reid, James, 11 Neilston street 


Airdrie, David, Whitehaugh Nursery 
M'Dermid, D., Gateside Nursery 
Stobo, John, Westmarch cottage 
Stobo, Mrs. Alex., Kelburn cottage. 

Race-course road 
Watson, Jas., Bellfield Nursery 

Gardeners to Private Gentlemen^ <fc. 
Allan, George, Crosby house 
Blakeley, William, Staueley house 
Brandon, Robert, Maxwellton house 
Cameron, William, gardener to Sir 

Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., Fergusli© 

Carnochan, Alex., Fountain gardens, 

Love street 
English, John, Ralston 
Eccles, George, 7 Rosebery place 
Gunn, Robert, Hawkhead, west lodge 
Hogg, Thomas, Woodside house — 9 

Wilson street 
Maxwell, James, gardener to Mrs. James 

Arthur, Barshaw 



Morrison, Doualcl, Netherhill house 
M'Arthur, Donald, gardener to J. B. 

Lamb, Underwood cottage 
M'Donald, Duncan, gardener to James 

Coats, jun., Ivy cottage, Millarston 
M'Gregor, Alexander, Newark 
M'Hardie, Robt., Gallowhill 
M'Naughton, John, gardener to W. 

Holms-Kerr, Brabloch 
Reid, Robert, superintendent of Paisley 

Reilly, Ales., Chapel house 
Turner, Adam, Moredun, Stanely road 
Turner, John, Speirsfleld, High Calside 
Walker, James, superintendent of 

Hawkhead Cemetery 


Adam, James, & Son, 19 Moss street 
Berry, John C, 35 High street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall street 
Ferguson, Norman, 19 Storie street and 

90 George street 
Imperial Glass and Glazing Co., 73 

Broomlauds street 
Kerr & Young, 47 Old Sneddon 
Kirk, George G., 6 Lawn street 
Kirk, John, 27 Wellmeadow 

G-rain Merchants. 

Bowie, Allan J., 3 Brown's lane 
Finlayson, James, Carriagehill 
Hill, k & L, 45 Well street 
Hill, Thds., 22 Maxwellton street 
Lang, Robert, 4 Glen lane 
M'Gee, Walter, 8 Bridge street 
M-Gill, John. 12 Old Sneddon 
Ramsay, J. & R., Seedhill Mills 
Snodgrass, James, Saucel mills 
Young, Wm., 11 Broomlands 


Anderson Bros, (vegetable salesmen). 

Cart lane 
Crawford, William, 18 Williamsburgb 
Killoeh, Miss, 15 Alice place 
Lambie, Mrs. Wm., 12 New Sneddon 
M'Allister, Catherine, 9 Stock street 
Noble, Miss A., 36 Underwood 
Orr, Mrs. Robert, 3 Lawn street 
Paterson, Miss Agues, 92 New Sneddon 
Reid, Mrs. Wm., 7 Neilstou road 

Rocks, Mrs. Catherine, 11 Spriugbankrd. 
Sawers, Mrs., 98|- George street 
Thomson, Robert, 36 M'Kerrell street 
Waters, James, 9 Orchard street 
Wills, George, 57 George street 

G-rocers 3s Provision Merchants^ 

Those marked (*) are also Spirit Dealers. 
*Adam, Mrs. John, 9 Williamsburgb 
Aitken, Mrs., 18 Mossvale street 
Allison, John, 30 Causeyside 
Allison, Joseph, & Co. (wholesale), 18 
Allison, Agnes, 29 Williamsburgh 
Anderson, John Anderson, 46 High sL 
Andrew, Wm., 9 Wardrop street 
Arnott, Samuel, 53 Caledonia street 
Baird, George, 4 Garthland street 
*Balfour, Margaret, 10 Storie street 
Barnett, James, 68 George street 
Barr, Alexander, 58 Storie street 
Beith, Mrs. Mary, 1 Phillips street 
Black, M. G., 29 Wellmeadow^ 
*Boyd, J. M., 82 Canal street ' 

Boyd, Sarah, 25 Queen street 
Boyd, T. H., 30 Carriagehill 
Brown, William, & Son, 37 High street 
Brysou, James, 58 George street 
Buchanan, Donald, 2 Bank street 
Burnet & Hamilton (wholesale), 8 and 
9 Well street 
.^Cairns, R. & Co., 100 High street 

Campbell, Miss Jane, 11 Greenhiil road 
♦Carlile, James S., 4 Thread street 
Charles, Wm. J., 12 Barr street 
Clark, Miss Jeanie, 113 George street 
Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 
Cochran, David, Gordon's lane 
Cook, Mrs. Mary, 27 Springbank road ' 
Cook, William, 23 Gauze street 
Cooper & Co., 10 St. Mirreu street 

and 78 Broomlands 
Co-operative (Equitable) Society, Ltd.,. 
35 Great Hamilton street — -branch 
shops, 9 Neilston street, 17 Carriage- 
hill, and 90 Causeyside 
Co-operative(Paisley Provident) Stores 
139 and 168 George street, 35 Gleu 
street,48 Broomlands, 20 Lawn street, 
10 Springbank road, 24 Underwood' 
road, 78 Broomlauds, 3^ Bank street, 
110 George street, 38 Well street, 
19 Caledonia street, 1 M'Kerrell' 
street, 4 Seedhill road, and 15 Aber-^ 
corn street 



Courtney, J., 69 Broomlands 

*Oreedon, John, 40 Wellmeadow 
Ciianingham, Alexander, 6 Barclay st. 
Ciirrie, John (wholesale), 10 Shuttle 

Davie, Catherine, 2 Lawu street 
Deans, John, 31 Well street 
Dick, A. S., 21 Wallace street 
Dick, John, 5 Incle street 
Dillon, Joseph, 3 New Sneddon 
Douglas, R., 50 Love street and 2 
St. Mary's terrace 

*Downs, John, 23 Stock street 
Duncan, William, 18 Laighpark 
Ferguson, James, 24 New street 
Ferguson, Thomas, 81 Broonalands 
Ferguson, William, 42 Moss street 

*Ferrie, Andrew, 136 Gei)rii:e street 
Finlaysou, Mrs William, 6 Smith street 
Flannigau, Mrs, M., 21 Seedhill road 
Fulton, James, 11 Gt. Hamilton st. 
Galbraith's Stores, 24 Back Sneddon — 
branches 18 and 22 Sandholes, 28 
Causeyside, 25 Gauze street, 14 
Broomlands, 30 Canal street, 14 
Kilnside road, 31 Carriagehill, 51 
Broomlands, 60 Back Sneddon, and 
34 Caledonia street 

*Gardner, William, 5 Moncrieff street 
Gemmell, Robert, 75 Broomlands 
Gibb, George Y., 25 Argyle street 
Gibson, James, 35 Causeyside 
Gibson, Mrs,, 2 Johnston street 
GJUespie, Donald, 15 Moss street 
Gilmour. James, 67 Causeyside 
Gold, Mrs,, 14 Storie street 
Graham, James, 70 Love street 
Haddow, Mrs. Agnes, 26 Williams- 
Hamilton, J. K., 16 Well street 

*Hamilton, Robert, 5 Carriagehill 

*Hart, Thomas, 6 George street 
Health Food Stores, 30 Causeyside 

*Heudrie, Mrs, R., 50 Caledonia street 
Herd, A. H., 5 George street 
Higgen, George, 16 Lawn street 
Home & Colonial Tea Stores, 14 Moss st 
Hood, Ann, 1 East Buchanan street 
Howat, Robert, 31 Storie street 
Hucker, James, 96 New Sneddon 
Hunter, James, 10 Glen street 

*Hunter, Mrs. T., 22 Great Hamilton st. 
Inglis, Mrs. John, 5 Mossvale street 

*Jack, James, & Son, 107 and 108 High 
street (Cross) 

Kelly, Elizabeth, 22 Lawn street 
Kelly, William, 14 Underwood ro;id 
Lambie, Hugh (wholesale), 5 Silk street 
Langmuir, Walter, 19 New Sneddon 
Lipton Ltd,, 98 High street 
Love, Malcolm, 51 Caledonia street 

*Main, Alexander, 107 George street 
Marshall, Thomas, 21 Sandholes 
Martin, George, 102 George street 
Martin, Robert, 37 Well street 
Mathers, Alexander, 20 Broomlands 

*Menzies, Archibald, 8 Gauze street 
Millar, Miss, 6 Cotton street 
Mitchell, James, 32 Newton street 

*Muir, J, & J., 13 Neilston road 
Murray, Mrs., 1a Laighpark 
M'Adam, Daniel, 4 Howie street 

*iVl'Counachie, William, 71 Love street 

*M'Cracken, James, 17 Gauze street 
M'Douald, Mary, 3 Williamsburgh 
M'Donald, Robert, 18 George street 
Macfarlane, Daniel, 34 Canal street 
M'Ghee. Bernard, 88 New Sneddon 
M'Hutchison, David, 10 Broomlands 
M'Intyre, James, 9 Kilnside road 
M'Intyre, P., 99 Causeyside and 17 
Cotton street 

*M'Kellar, Archibald, 84 Causeyside 
M'Kellar, Daniel, 28 George street 
MacKellar, W. R., 35 High street 

*MacKellar, Daniel, 12 Broomlands 
M'Lachlan, Mary, 20 Whitehead street 
M'Lachlan, Robert, 2 Broomlands 
M'Lean, Alexander, 1 Garthland street 
M'Lean, John, 38 Underwood road 

and 75 Love street 
M'Nair, Duncan, & Sons, 12 St. James 
place, 50 George street, and Sher- 
wood buildings, Glasgow road ; 
wholesale, 4 St. James street 
M'Nair, W., 63 George street, 21 Well- 
meadow, and 9 Moss street 

*Newton, William, 34 Glen street 
Nicol, Hamilton A., 19 Gauze street 

*Nicol, John, 5 Maxwell street 
Nicol, Robert, 5 Old Sneddon 
Noble, Henry, & Son, 7 Cotton street 

*0'Nei]l, Charles, 51 George street 
Orchardson, Robt.,62 Causeyside 
Park, Alex. H , & Co., Ill Causeyside 

Paul, William, 33 George street 
Pinkerton, John, 45 Well street 
Pope, Mrs. Martin, 5 North Croft 
\^ Prophet, William, 7 Mill street 



Ralston, David, 16 Ferguslie 
*Reid, Thomas, 4 Renfrew street 
Ribbons & Co., 91 High street 
Ritchie, James, 18 Moss street 
Robertson, Mrs. D., 10 Seedhill road 
Rodden, Mrs., 28 Blackball street 
Ross, Mrs. Mary, 3 Gordon place 
Ro we & Co. C wholesale), 112 Oauseyside 
Sim, Wm. (wholesale), 38 Thread st. 
Smith, Mrs., 8 Cotton street 
Smith, Ales., 4 Neilston road 
Stevenson, Miss Janet., 41 Clark street 
*Stevenson, James, 13 Abbey street 
Stevenson, James, 42 Broomlands 
Sutherland, William, 23 Wellmeadow 
Ting Tong Tea Co., 8 Moss street and 

14 Wellmeadow 
Travers, Alice, 150 George street 
Ure, J. & D., 22 High street 
Ure, Thomas, 97 Causeyside 
Wallace, John, 31 George street 
Weir, John, 10 Old Smithhills 
*Whitehead, A., 44 Broomlands 
Wills, James, 54 Causeyside 
Wright Bros., 11 Gauze street 
Wright, J., 15 Gauze street 
Wright, John, 6 Spriugbank road 
Wright, M., 22 Abbey street 

Sair (Curled) Hanufacturer. 

Drew, M., & Sons, Ltd., Colinslea 


Adam, R., 43 Gordon's lane 
Adams, Andrew, 4 Silk street 
Adams, Samuel, 16 Old Sneddon street 
Arneil, James, 4 Causeyside 
Baird, James, 2 Gauze street 
Baird, Robert, 16 George street 
Burns, James, & Son, 54 Broomlandsj 
Campbell, Robert, 31 New Smithhills 
Campbell, Wm., 20 Lawn street 
Carruth, D., 63 Storie street 
Carruth, George, 52 George street 
Docherty, Patrick, 66 Canal street 
Douglas, A. M., 19 Moss street 
Fenino, Felix, 23 School wyud 
Fitch, John, 11 Old Sueddon 
Heron, J. R., 4-') High street 
Hodson, Fred., 25 Walker street 
Keir, Robert, 32 Wellmeadow 
Kilpatriek, William L.. 2 Townhead ter. 

Meiklejohn, Adam, 95 Causeyside 
Millar, John, 29 Maxwellton street 
Milton, Stephen, 16 Johnston street 
Murray, George, 6 Lawn street 
M'Farlane, Alexander, 22 Kilnsideroad 
M'Gallan, John G., 5 Old Sneddon 
M'Intyre, Peter, 8 St. James place 
M'Kendrick, Matthew, 82 Broomlands 
Pole, Edward, 52 Caledonia street 
Quia, Peter, 6 Silk street 
Smith, Hugh C, junr., 72 Broomlands 
Sorbie, William, 16 Neilston road 
Taylor, George, 70 High street 
Tool, Andrew, 23 Neilston road 
Wallace, John, 6 Brown's lane 
Wallace, Robert, 16 Johnston street 
Weir, Andrew, 2 Ladyburu street 
Welch, W., 4 County place 
Wengenroth, Gottfried, 41 Well street 
Wilson, James M., 35 Castle stieet 
Wilson, Thomas, 24 New street 


Allison, Joseph, & Co., 18 Sandholes 
Burnet & Hamilton, 8 and 9 Well st. 
Charles, W. J., 12 Barr street 
Coats, W. & A., 68 Broomlands 
Cochran, Thomas, George place 
Lipton Limited, 98 High street 
Nicol, H. A., 19 Gauze street 
Pinkerton, James, 40 New street 
Spence, John, & Sons, 62 Storie street 

Hard'V7are Mercliants. 

(See under Ironmongers.) 


(See Hosiers and Hatters) 

Heddle Makers. 

Campbell, Daniel, & Son, 32 High st. 
Millar, P. K., & Sous, 32 High street 

Hosiers and Hatters. 

Allan, Peter, 107 High street and 18 

Gilmour street 
Anderson, William, 53 High street 
Bennett, S. W., 7 Moss street 
Brannan, Misses, 18 Gauze street 
Brown, M., 4 Moss street 
Cameron, Miss Jeanie, 36 M'Kerrell st, 
Campbell, Miss Jeanie, 4 Ladyburn st. 



Caruduff, John, 2 Neilston street 
Cdssells, Annie, 6 Bank street 
Clark, Miss J. H,. 30 High street 
Cochran, R., & Sons, 26 and 27 New 

Co - operative Mannfacturincr Society, 

Ltd., 114 and 115 Causeyside 
Dundas, Porteous, 19 Gauze street 
Fleming, Reid, & Co., Ltd., 10 St. 

Mirren street 
Forrester, William, 23 High street and 

1 Broomlands 
Glassford, J. E., 98 Causeyside 
Guthrie, E,, 67 Broomlands 
Harper, Henry, 52 High street 
Holmes, Mrs., 97 High street 
Holt, H., 31 High street (ladies' hatter) 
Home Knitting Co., 2 Causeyside 
Hosiery MauufKctnring Co., 18 Moss st. 
Lees. Robert M., 38 Moss street 
Leitch, W. R., 99 High street 
Martin, A. D., 40 Well street 
Morton, Mrs. Jeanie, 26 Broomlands 
M'Lean, Mrs., 3 Gordon's lane 
Peacock, David, 85 High street 
Peacock, John, 42 High street 
Phillips, Mrs. A., 34 Causeyside 
Eeid, R. M., 11 Old Smithhills 
Robertson & Son, 48 Moss street 
Robin, Mrs. Jane, 18 Causeyside 
Ross, Bros., 81 High street 
Scott & Brown, Misses, 14 Gauze street 
Scotch Standard Hosiery Co., 12 Well- 
Scotch Wool and Hosiery Stores, 10 

St. Mirren street 
Smith, Robert, 95 High street 
Spiers, Miss Jeanie, 11 Moss street 
Stewart, Isa, 36 M'Kerrell street 
Thomson, Alex., 79 High street 
Welsh, J. & G., 101 High street 
Winning, Mrs. Mary, 49 Broomlands 
Wood, Mrs., 28 Wellmeadow 


(See Inns and Hotels.) 

Hothouse Builders. 

Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall street 

House Factors. 

Begg, R. C. , 15 Gilmour street 
Biggar, William, 1 Old Smithhills 
Grierson, John T., 7 Gauze street 

Hall, Robert, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Andrew, 93 High street 
Hamilton, Robert, 43 Lady lane 
Jackson & Abf*rcrombie, 5 County pi. 
Kirkwood & Goudie, 23 Moss street 
Lauchlan, Robert, & Sons, 13 Moss st. 
Murray, Archibald, 97 High street 
Riddle, James, Whitehaugh house 
Smart, A. Wilsou, & Sod, 98 High st. 
Wilson, J. D., 4 Causeyside 
Winning & Fulton, Terrace buildings, 
109 High street 

India-HulDTaer and "Waterproof 

Barbour, Mrs. James, 12 High street 
Dick, R. & J., 90 High street 
Lang, James, 31 High street 

Inn and Hotel Keepers. 

Curr, William, St. Mirren temperance 

hotel, 6 Moss street 
George Hotel (Temperance) M. Jamison, 

2 Old Smithhills 
Hay Weighs Inn, Mrs. John Blair, 2 

King street 
Mitchell, John, Commercial Hotel, 11 

High street 
Quinu, Geo., Globe Hotel, 92 High street 

Iron Founders. 

Abercorn Foundry Company (Hanna, 

Donald, & Wilson), North Croft 
Bow. M'Lachlan, & Co., Limited, Thistle 

Works, Abbotsinch 
Craig, A. F., & Co. (Ltd.), Caledonia 

Works, Macdowall street 
Doulton & Co. (Ltd.), Hawkhead rnad 
Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Ltd.), 

Vulcau Foundry, Renfrew road 
Henry & Gait, Sneddon Foundry. 89 

and 90 New Sneddon street 
Marshall, John, & Co., Macdowall street 

Murdoch, Robert, & Co., 10 West Croft 
M'Leish&M'Taggart, Victoria Foundry, 

M'Gown street 
Paisley Foundry (Bow, M'Lachlan, & 

Co., Ltd.), Abbotsiuch 


Biggs, W. G., 46 Well street 
Blair, Mrs. Agnes, 3 Broomlands 



Burgess, A., 4 Lylesland 
Campbell, John, 36 Caledouia street 
Clark. Mrs. James. 47 George street 
Coghill, George, 49 and 50 Old Sneddon 
Cu-operative (Equitable) Society, Ltd., 

38 Great Hamilton street 
Co-operative Provident Society (Lmtd.) 

14 Causeyside street 
.Cowan, John, <fe Co., 3 Bank street 
Dick, Mrs., 16 George street 
Drennau, James, 46 Moss street 
Eadie, Robert, & Co., 12 High street 
Gibson, Mrs., 2 Johnston street 
Glover, William, 42 New street 
Hamilton, Agnes, 2 Neilston street 
Hannah, William. & Son, 80 High st. 
Jaap, John, 15 Wellmeadow 
Jamieson, James, 26 Well street 
Kelly, Mrs. M., 9 Moucrieff street 
Iverr, Peter. 15 Lawn street 
Ketcheu & Carndnff, 17 High st. 
Logan, James, 4 Gauze street 
Maxwell. Wm., 25 Gauze street 
Melvin, Charles, 1 Broomlands 
Morton, Miss Marion, 10 Wellmeadow 
Muir, John, 136 and 137 George street 
Murdoch, R. & Co., 10 West Croft 
Murray, James, 3 Ladyburn street 
M'Cormack, Stephen, 35 M'Kerrell st. 
M'Kelvie, Mary, 53 Broomlands 
M'Lean, Angus, 32 and 33 Moss street 
M'Neilly. Catherine, 27 Queen street 
Neilson, A. & Co., 109 High street 
Pattison, W. B., 5 Castle street 
Ritchie & Kirkwood, 47 Moss street 
Ross, Miss Annie, 16 Johnston street 
Tannahill, Andrew, 1 Old Smithhills 
Thomson, Joseph, Masonic hall build- 
ings, 96 High street 
Thomson, Robert. 24 Neilston road 
Wright, Robina, 52 Broomlands 


(See W^rights and Joiners.) 

Ladies' Outfitters- 

Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 and 27 

New Smithhills 
Leslie, William, 10 Barclay street 

Ladies' ITurses. 

Palconer, Mrs. A., 49 Broomlands 
Greenlees, Mis., 4 Cochran street 

Hendry, Nurse, c/o Mrs. Deans, 19 

Greenhill road 
Mortimer, Mrs. Margaret, 5 Ross street 
Mackay, Mrs. A., 50 Broomlands 
Paterson, Nurse, 17 Seedbill road 
Ritchie, Mrs. R., 4 East lane 
Spooner, Mrs. (trained nurse), 24 Abbey 

Taylor, Mrs., 1 Well street 


Lang, Hugh, East Buchanan street 
Rome, George, 34 Canal street 


Baird, W. & R. , Craigsbank Laundry, 

Barclay, Mrs. (mangier), 1 Unsted place 
Bell, A.,& Son, iAd., Gleniffer Laundry, 

Lylesland — orders received at 47 

Causeyside and 6 Gilmour street 
Breslin, Daniel, Glenburn Laundry, 

Gardner, Wm„& Co.,Ltd.,Holm Laundry, 

House of Refuge, Victoria pi.. Lady lane 
Linside Laundry, Cyril st., Ladyburn — 

receiving office, 32 High street 
Mair, E. (mangier), 70 Broomlands 
Martin, Mrs. R. (clothes mangier), 19 

Wallace street 
Muir, Archibald K., Shortroods 
M'Leod, Ann (mangier), 6 Love street 
M'Neish, Mrs. Eliza, 21 West street 
Robertson, William P., Stonefield 

Laundry, Colinslee 
Rough, Matthew, 3 Newton st. 
Spence, Mrs. W. (mangier), 33 Lady la. 
Taylor, Mrs. Thos., Tannahill Laundry, 

21 Castle street 
Templetou, J., & Co., Jenny's Well 

Leather Merchants. 

Dick, R. & J., 90 High street 

Lang, James, 31 High street 

Lang, W. J. & W., Seedhill (wholesale) 

Lime and Cement Merchants. 

Allan & M'Farlane, 8 Silk street 
Caldwell, David, 24 Canal street 
Collins, Daniel, & Co., 67 Back Sneddon 
Collins, James, & Sons, 48 High street ; 
Gillespie, Wm., & Sou, 16 New Sneddoa ; 



Hill, Alex., 135 George! street 
Kilpatrick, Thomas, & Co., 40^Canal st. 
Speirs, "William, Bridge street 

Lithographers and Engravers. 

Adam Bros., Ill Causeyside 
Carswell, John, & Co., 14 Causeyside 
Eadie, John (engraver). 4 Moss street 
Farr & Co., 4 and 5 Forbes place 
Graham, T. & R.,4 Bridge street 
Hay, Robert, & Son, 94 High street 
Reid, W. & G., 9 Moss street 

Loom Card. Cutters. 

(See Weavers' Furnishers) 

Manufacturers (Textile). 

Bryce, D. & J. F., 112 Causeyside 
Campbell, Archibald, 110 Causeyside 
Campbell, William, 2 Causeyside 
Coates Bros., Ltd. (carpets and rugs), 

Stonefield works 
Cochran, Wm., & Co., 6 and 7 Causeyside 
Co-operative Manufacturing Society 
(Limited), 114 and 115 Causeyside, 
Colinslee, 15 Broomlands, 10 Neilston 
road, 11 Kiluside road, and 47 
Crawford, Hamilton, power loom fac- 
tory, Abercorn street 
Dalglish, Jn. H. (Dets},30 Williamsburgh 
Glov3r & Hardie, 109 Causeyside 
Greenlees, Matthew, & Son, 167 George 

Guthrie, Robt., & Co., 6 Causeyside 
Hamilton, J., & Co., 2 Union street 
Home Knitting Co., 2 Causeyside 
Johnston, Wm., & Co., 4 Shuttle st. 
Kerr, R. & J. P., Underwood mills 
Kirkwood, Baird, & Co., Ltd., Blackball 

Lang, Robert, 8 Forbes place and Mar- 
shall's lane (skirtings) 
Logan & Gardner, Forbes place 
Murray, John, & Co., 25 Thread street 
M'Lennan, T. B., & Son, 113 Causeyside 
Nixon, Simon, 24 Canal street 
Porter, H. G., & Co., Abercorn mills, 

Abercorn street 
Ronald, Jack, & Co. (carpet and rug), 

Shand, Peter, 4 Cumberland court 
Smith, Brothers, & Co., 9, 10, and 11 
Forbes place, and Marshall's lane 

Storie, John, 110 Causeyside 
Walkers & Co., 113 Causeyside 
Walsh, Wm., 5 Cumberland court 
Waters, Cook, & Co., 22 Thread street 
Whitehill, M., & Co.. 8 and 9 Causeyside 
Wilson, George, & Co., 147 George st, 

Masons and. Builders. 

Barclay, James, Christie street 
Barr, Alexander, Belleua cottage, Hawk- 
head road 
Barr, Hugh, Espedair street 
Barr & M'Caig, 11 Shuttle street 
Barr, James, 45 and 46 Causeyside 
Barr, William, 2 Stirling street 
Beveridge, William, 7 Seedhillroad 
Brown, David, Whitehaugh 
Bryce, John, & Co., 14 Lady lane 
Buchanan, George H., 7 Buchanan ter. 
Craig & Wilson, Ross street, Blackball 
Henderson, George. 21 Oakshaw street 
Morrison, David, 56 Back Sneddon 
Morrison, Alex., 56 Back Sneddon 
M'Fadyen, Angus, Colinslee 
M'Ghee, William, 27 Underwood 
M'Kaig, Thomas, 28 Love street 
M'Naughtan, Alex., 6 New Smithhills 
Orr, James, George place 
Robertson & Gilchrist, 74 Canal street 
Taylor, William, & Sons, 12 Greenlaw 

Urie, Matthew, Laighpark 
Wilson, Robert, 20 Greenhill road 


Dunlop, Matthew S., 14 Moss street 
Lamb, James B., 12 High street 
Macfarlane, Malcolm, 12 High street 
Ross, Alexander, 2 Crossflat crescent 

Medical Practitioners. 

Adam, John, M.B., CM., 2 New Smith- 

Amy, Joseph, L.R.C.S , L.R.C.P., L.M. 
(Edinburgh), George place house 

Brownridge, Robert, M.B., CM., 17 
Neilston road— house 1 Calside terrace 

Bruce, James, M.B., CM., D.P.H., 
28 Gauze street 

Bruce, Robert, M.B., CM., 28 Gauze st. 

Clow, William, M.A., B.Sc.,M.B., CM., 
97 Causeyside 



Cluckie, N. Gordon (oculist), Royal Vic- 
toria Eye Infirmary, Mansion-house 

Coats, G. W., M.B., Oh.B., 64 Hi^h st. 
Donald, Archibald, M.B.,C.M., M.R.C.S. 

Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond., 5 Gauze street 
Donald, Hugh Colligan, M.B., CM., 

F.R.O.S.E., 5 Gauze street 
Donald, John,M.B., CM., B.Sc.D.P.H., 

6 Gauze street — house 5 Gauze street 
Duncan, James, M.D., 28 Causeyside 

— house Ohurchhill house 
Erskine, James, Aural surgeon, 351 

Bath street, Glasgow 
Ferguson, Joshua, M.A., M.B., CM., 4 

Greenlaw terrace 
Eraser, Donald, M.D., F.F.P.S. (Glas.), 

3 Orr square 
Gardner, David, M.B., CM., Garthland 

Gibson, J. R., M.D., D.P.H., F.F.P.S. 

(Glas.), 6 Wellmeadow 
Gibb, William F., M.D., CM., 7 St. 

James street 
Graham, Thos., M.D., 3 Garthland place 
Holmes, Jas. Donald, M.B., CM., 63 

Holms, John, M.D., 21 Wellmeadow and 

24 Gauze street — ho. 50 High street 
Hunter, John B., M.D., CM., 3 Smith- 
hills — house 31 St. James street 
Kay, Janet, L.E.CP. and S., Ed., 

L.A.P.S.G. and L.M., 100 High street 
Livingstone, Wm., M;B., CM., 44 Moss 

street and 1 Crossflat terrace — house 

9 Garthland place 
Macarthur, John N., M.B., 81 High st 

— house 3 Castle street 
MacKenna, John George, M.B., Ch.B., 

D.P.H., Infectious Diseases Hospital 
Penman, R. S., M.B., CM., 12 St. James 

place (Tel. No. 245) 
Richmond, Andrew, M.B., C-M., 9 St. 

James place — house 57 Love street 
Eobb, Alex., M.A., M.B., D.P.H. (Burgh 

Medical Officer), 14 Gilmour street 
Eobb, J. Jenkius, M.D , 74 Love street 
Robertson, J. Neil, M.B., CM,, K.N., 

Salisbury lodge, Meikleriggs 
Russell, William, M.D., D.P.H., 15 

Broomlands, 2 Cotton street — house 

52 High street 
Stevenson, John, M.D., CM., 29 Well- 
meadow and 55 Causeyside — ho. Stow 
cottage, 3 Stow place 

Tellet, William E., M.D., 28 Causeyside 

— house 2 Royal terrace 
Watt, Thomas, M.A., M.B., CM., 44 

High street 
Wilson, Jas. P. A., F.R.CS., L.R.C.P., 

D.P.H. , 18 Kilnside road — house 

Overwood, Glasgow road 


Paterson, Nurse, 17 Seedhill road 
Priestley, Mrs. G. B., 8 Moss street 
Roberts, Mrs., 35 Wellmeadow 

nill Furnishers. 

Adams, John F. S.. 68 Back Sneddon 
Robertson & Co., 55 Back Sneddon st, 
Snodgrass & Brown, 36 Old Sneddoa 


M'Gee, Walter, 8 Bridge street 
Ramsay, J. & R., Seedhill mills 
Snodgrass, James, Saucel mills 


Aitken, M., 13 Lawn street 
Baird, C P., 31 Gauze street 
Beckett, J. & M., 55 Causeyside 
Bryce, Misses, 2 Old Smithhills 
Clark, Miss E., 65 Love street 
Clelland, Christina, 20 Wellmeadow 
Cochran, Robert, & Sons, 26 and 27 

New Smithhills 
Craig, Miss, 77 High street 
Dennison, Marj', la Sherwood build- 
ings, Glasgow road 
Draper, Mrs., 2 Bridge street (Burgh) 
Esdaile, W. S., & Co., 93 High street 
Glover, M. & M., 44 Moss street 
Hamilton, Miss M., 93 Causeyside 
Holt, H., 31 High street 
Inglis, M. & E., 4 George street 
Johnston, Misses, 44 Oakshavv 
Kerr, Janet, 8 Causeyside 
Kerr, Miss, 15 High street 
Lyons & M'Neilage, 75 Love street 
Millar, Mrs., 47 George street 
M'Gregor & Young, 23 Wellmeadow 
MacKay, J. & E., 29 High street 
M'Kinlay, M., 29 High s'treet 
Parlane & Kerr, 1 High street 
Paton, Miss, C.E.S., 35 Wellmeadow 
Phillips, Mrs. A., 34 Causeyside 
Purdon, E., 38 Causeyside 



Rennie, Margaret, 57 Broomlands 
Ripley, Mrs. J., 83 High street 
Rorisou, Agnes, 28 Causeyside 
Selway, Mrs., 15 Old Smithhills 
Simmonds, Miss E., 35 Causeyside 
Thomson, Miss, 29 New Smifbhills 
Turnbull, Christina, 16 Moss street 
Wallace & Co , 15 High street 
Warden, Mary F.. 36 High street 
Weddell, Misses. 23 Broomlands 
Williams, Mrs., 100 Causeyside 
Young, Miss (feather merchant), 7 
High street 

Mop Manufacturers. 

M'Kim Brothers, Hawkhead road 

MvLsic Sellers. 

Anderson, Jas. (violin maker), 43 

Ballantyne, John, & Son, 28 High st. 
Ewing, T. A., 39 High street 
Parlane, J. & R., 97 High street 
Paterson, Sons. & Co., 4 Gilmour street 
Wood, J. Marr, & Co., 49 High street 

Mustard Manufacturers, 

Poison, Wm., & Co., Imperial Starch 
works, Abercorn street 

ITame-Flate Maker. 

Brown, Robert, & Co., 10 Espedair street 

ITe'WS Agents. 

(See under Booksellers and Stationers), 

Nurserymen and. Florists. 

Airdrie, David, Whitehaugh 
Campbell, Duncan, Nethercommon 
Creelman, John, Marchfield 
Davidson, Francis, Carriagehill nursery 
Davidson, jun,, John, 13 St. James pi. 
Henderson, John, 29 Caledonia street 
Mathers, Mary, 22 Broomlands 
M'Diarmid, Duncan, Mews lane, Gateside 
Macfee, John, 3 Moss street 
Thomson, Jas , Stoneiield 
Waddell, James, 36 High street 
Watson, Janif^s, Belltield, Cartvale, 
Love street 

Oil Merchants, Manufacturers, 
and Hefiners. 

Christie, James, & Co., 36 Moss street 

Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, Blackball 

Handasyde, C. H., & Co., Abercorn Git 
Works, Macfarlane street, Racecourse- 

Highgate, Hugh, & Co., Greenhill Oil 
Works, Murray street 

Logan, James, 4 Gauze street 

Macfee, H. M., & Co., Gateside Oil and 
Paint Works, Niddry street 

Sandilands, John, 102 Causeyside 


Duff & Miller, 20 High street 

Duncan, J., 9 High street 

Harris, William, 70 High street 

Love, E. & Co., 103 High street (Cross} 

Rae Bros,, 42 High street 

Warnock, Jumes, 16 Johnston street 

Painters and Paperhan^ers. 

Alexander, James. & Co., 37 Causeyside 
Berry, John C, 35 High street 
Bett, David, 41 Wellmeadow street 
Bowie, C. T., Fisher, & Co. 15 Gilmour 

Christie, James, & Co., 36 Moss st. 
Cowan & Stewart, 6 Wellmeadow and 

17 Gauze street 
Ferguson, Norman, 19 Storie street 

and 90 George street 
Fernie, Archibald, 48 Old Sneddon 
Gardner, James, 1 Wallueuk 
Gibson & Wylie, 24 Gauze street 
Glasgow, Chas.,& Co., 22 New Smithhills 
Greig, Robert, 40 George street 
Herd, Charles, jun., 1 Neilston street 
Hunter, J. K., 30 Wellmeadow 
Kirk, George G., 6 Lawn street 
Martin, Robert S., 19 Wallace street 
Murray, David, & Son, 15 Gilmour st.. 
M'Crone, William, 73 Broomlands 
MacFedries. Wm. B., 32 High street 
M'Luskie, James, 66 Broomlands 
Osborne, William, 23 Wellmeadow st. 
Sandilands, J., 102 Causeyside 
Thomson, Robert, 1 Bridge st. (South) 
Thomson, James K., 67 Causeyside 
Wallace, John. 1 Johnston street 
Wilkie, John, & Sous, 39 High street 



Pattern DraTrers. 

Graham, J,, 11 Ferguslie 
Melville, Daniel, 110 Causeyside 
Stewart, A. M., 38 Ferguslie 


Charleston Loan Coy., 5-6 Neilston rd. 

Cochran, James, & Son, 81 Broomlands 
and 2 Sandholes 

Ferguson, John, 35 High street and 90 
Canal street 

Gemmell, Christina, 106 George street 

Lochhead, G. F., & Co., 28 & 29 Causey- 
side, 42 Great Hamilton street, 1 
Gordon's lane, and 6 Neilston road 

Mackay, John, & Co., 32 Gauze street, 
1 Queen street, 7 Broomlands, 8 Back 
Sneddon, 12 Old Sneddon, and 9 
Abbey street 

Nisbet, Mis. Margaret, 24 Gauze street 

Paisley Loan Co., 4 Gordon's lane and 
30 Causeyside 

Kussell, Jas. Longmuir, 108 George st. 

Walker, Martin, 17 Storie street 


Bijou (The) Studio, 19 High .street 
Blair, George L., 49 High street 
Branuau, Misses (Photographic prin- 
ters), Ai'kleston road 
Brown, WilliHui, 9 Gilinour street 
Cook, Joseph, 32 High street 
Duguid, D. W., 25 Storie street 
Dunbar, A , & Co., 26 Causeyside 
M 'II wrick William J.. 98 High street 
M'Kenzie, M. K., 19 High street 
Ritchie, J. Douglas, 5 Gilmour street. 
Reuschling, Louise, 83 High street 

Pianoforte Tuners. 

M'Lachlan, John, 21 St. James street 
Paterson, Sous, & Co., 4 Gilmour street 
Wood, J. Marr, & Co, , 49 High street 


Collins, James, & Sons, 48 High street 
Collins, Daniel, & Co., 67 Back Sneddon 
Davidson, Alexander, 45 Broomlands 
Hutchison, D. T., & Son, 25 Gauze st. 
Maxwell, Alexander, 24 Gordon's lane 
Malcolm & Cockburn, 11 Sir Michael st. 
Rowan, Joseph, Weir street 
Speirs, William, Bridge street 

Pliim'bers, Tinsr^itlis, and. 

Allison, William, 39 New street 

Barr, William, 9 Lawn street 

Barr & Provan, George place 

Bodys, A. & J., 36 Back Sneddon 

Drennan, James, 6 Old Sneddon 

Elliot, Andrew, 111 Causeyside 

Fleming, James, 5^ North Bridge street } 

Forsyth, Alex., & Son, 46 Broomlands 

George, Adam, IZj Abbey street 
George, Adam, jun., Marshall's lane 
Glover, William, 42 New street 
Haran, N. G.,& Sons, 100 Causeyside st. 
Hunter & Goudie, 5 Causeyside street 
Herd, John, 10 Gauze street 
Herd & Buchanan, 36 Old Sneddon 
Houstouu, J. F., 148 George street 
Kelly, M. & W., 93 Causeyside 
Kilpatrick, .James, & Son, Dyers' wynd 
Lauchlan, Robert, 17 Sandholes 
Lyall, Johu, 2 Broomlands 
Martin, George. 10 L'-iwn street 
Martin, John, 131 George street 
Meiklejohn, John, 134 George street 
Melville, Alexander, 34 Causeyside 
Miller, W. & A., 10 St. Mirren st. 

Morrison, John, & Sons, Murray street , 

Macnab, J. Orr, 8 Old Sneddon street 
Porter, James, 22 Neilston road 
Robertson, Archibald. 9 Broomlands 
Robertson, George, & Sons, 55 Back 

Robertson, James, 8 Lylesland 
Stewart & Heudry, 22 Glen street 
Thomson, Joseph, Masonic Hall build- 
ings, 96 High street 
Wallace, Connel, & Co., 8 Gilmour st. 
Wallace, Charles, 2 Christie street 
Young & Risk, 23 New Smithhills 

Potato Merchants. 

Fiudlay, David, 2 George place 
Langmuir, Robert, George place 
Ramsay, W., 14 Barclay street 

Pcwer - Loom Cloth Manufac- 

(See Manufacturers — Textile) 

Preserve Manufacturers. 

Cairns, Alexander, & Sons, St. George 
Preserve works, Clark street 



Lilla & Edwards, (British India Chiituey 

Sauce works), Clark street. 
Robertson, James, & Sous, Preserve 

Manufacturers, Ltd., Thrushgrove 

works, Stevenson street 

Printers (Letterpress). 

Adam Bros., Ill Causeyside 
Barr, John, 81 High street 
Brown, J., 3 Garthland street 
Cook, J. & J., 94 High street 
Carswell, John, & Co., 14 Causeyside 
Gardner, Alexander, 7 Gilmour street 
Glover, Thomas, 11 Moss street 
Gribben. D. C, 5 Causeyside 
Hay, Robert, & Son, 94 High street 
Kirk, Alexander, 27 Wellmeadow 
Lochhead, W. A., 12 Causeyside 
M'Dougal Bros.. 4 Moss street 
Parlane, J. & R , 97 High street 
Paton, James, jun., 110 Causeyside 
Reid, W. & G., 9 Moss street ' 
Wotherspoon, Robert, & Sou, 8 High st. 

Provision Merchants, 

(See Grocers and Provision Merchants.) 


Alexander, Mrs. John, 5 Love street 
Carr, William, 6 Moss st., 27 Gauze st., 

and Sherwood buildings 
Gibson, Andrew & Son, 98 High street 
Hutton, William, 5 Moss street 
Kelly, J. Y., 34 High street 
Jamison, M., 2 Old Smithhills 
Lambie, William H., Royal Oak, 45 

Moss street 
Mitcliell, J., 11 High street 
M'Ghee, William. 47 High street 
Patrick, W. N., G9 Bioomlands 
Sinclair, D., 3 Garthland street and 11 

Kiluside road 
Yielder, Richard, 105 High street 


Adie, Alexander, 63 Broomlands 
Calderwood, John, 8 Brick laue 
Clark, Joseph, 4 and 6 St, Mary's ten 
Coia, M., 4 Broomlands and 38 High 

Crawford, Mrs. Margaret, 11 Caledonia 

FoDtana, Joseppe, 13 Old Smithhills 

Forsyth, John, 12 Newton street 
Gemmell, John, 8 St. James place 
Gibson, Andrew, & Son. S8 High street 
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 32 Broomlands 
Hutton, William, 5 Moss street 
Johnstone, And w., 18 and 19 Old Sneddon 
Lambie, William H., 45 Moss street 
Lehman, Stephen, 6 High street 
Renfrew, Mrs,, 9 Rosebery place 
Yielder's Cafe, 105 High street 


Kerr, Peter, & Son (Heddle twine), 

New Street Mills 
M'Gregor & Kerr, Greenhill road 
Paton, David, & Co., Carriagehill house 
Peacock, W. , 85 High street 
Picken, James, Clark street 
Southwell, Peter, & Son, Laighpark 

ropeworks, Abercorn street 
Watson, Robert, & Sons, 32 High street 

— works; Shortroods 

Saddlers and Harness Makers. 

Baird, William, 79 High street 
Dowuie, George, 6 New street 
Manwell, John, 11 Broomlands 
M'Creery, John, & Son, 2 County place 

and 11 Moss street 
Shepherd. D., 50 Storie street 

Salt Mercliant. 

Young, A., 11 Sandholes 

Sanitary & PlumTaers' Earthen- 
-ware Manufacturers. 

Brown, Robert, & Son, Ltd., Paisley- 
San itary Earth en wareWorks, Fergus) ie 
Doulton & Co., Ltd., Hawkhead road 
Spiers, Gibb & Co., Greenock road 
Wallace, Conuell, & Co., 8 Gilmour st. 

Saw Millers. 

Allison, Wm., Victoria Saw Mills, 23 

Love street 
Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mill.^ 
Hawsou & Hannah, Shortroods Saw 

Mills, Springbank road 
Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw 

Mills, Murray street, and Baltic Saw 

Mills, Macdowall street 
Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills, 

Caledonia street 



Scourers — (See Bleachers). 


Currie, "William, 23 Broomlands 
Robin & Sweenie, 10 Johnston street 
Mellon, George, Hawkhead road 

SeecL Merchants. 

Anderson, Robert, 40 High street 
Bowie, Allan J., 3 Brown's lane 
M'Farlane, John, 22 Old Sneddon 
Macfee, John, 3 Moss street 

Se'win^ Machine Makers- 

Jaap, John, 14 and 15 Wellmeadow 
M'Grlashan, Duncan, Henderson street 
Singer Company, 10 St. Mirren street 
Stabell, Helge, 16 Johnston street 

Sheet Metal "Workers, 

(See Smiths.) 

Sherif Ofacers. 

Bulloch, William, 16 Moss street 
Johnston, Charles C, 43 Moss street 
Johnston & M'Laren, 23 School wynd 
Hendry, W. D., 4 Moss street 


Abercorn Shipbuilding Coy. (Hanna, 

Donald, & Wilson), Abercorn street 
Bow, M'Lachlau, & Co., Ltd., Thistle 

Works, Abbotsinch 
Fleming & Ferguson (Ltd.), Phoenix 

Works, Inchinnan road 
Fullerton, John, & Co., Merksworth, 

Inchinnan road 
M'Glashan, Duncan, Henderson street 

Shipping Agents. 

(See Agents.) 


Allan & M'Farlane, 8 Silk street 
Blane, David, 56 Storie street 
Blane, George, 83 Canal street 
Davidson, Alexander, 45 Broomlands 

Ferguson, David, 33 Back Sneddon 
Gillespie, Wm., & Son, 16 New Sneddon 
Hill, Alexander, 135 George street 
Hutchison, D. T., & Son, 25 Gauze st. 
Keenan & Kelso, Railway arch, Gilmour 

street and 11 Glen lane 
Kilpatrick, Ales. H.,111 Causeyside 
Mitchell, Andrew, 88 Causeyside 
Murdoch, Thomas, 62 Causeyside 
M'Ghee, John, 38 Storie street 
M'Intyre, .Tames, jun., 33 Glen street 
M'Lintock, George, 4 New Sneddon 
M'Lintock, John, Marshall's lane 
Robertson, Walter, 5 Johnston street 
Shaw, Archibald, & Son, 51 High street 
Stewart & Peebles, 24 Thread street 
Wallace, Charles, 2 Christie street 
Wallace, Charles, 23 New Smithhills 
Wilson, Robert, 23 West street 


Browning, Alexander, sen., 10 West 

Buchanan street 
Cameron, Wm., 4 Cotton street 
Cassels, .James, 4 Glen lane 
Cassels, Robert, 19 St. James street 
Christie, William, & Sons, Underwood 

Iron works 
Duncanson, William, 34 Gordon's lane 
Garrott, John, 51 High street 
Gleghorn, Andrew, 2 New Smithhills 
Graham & Caskie, 20 Moss street 
Houston, Alexander, 5 Maswellton st. 
Lee, Robert, 11 to 14 St. James street 
Marshall, Jas., 101 Causeyside 
Mitchell & Millar, V.S., 8 Caledonia st. 
M'Cartney, John, 16 Causeyside 
M'Fadyen & Cunningham, 21 Neilston 

M'Geoch, David, & Son, 4 Mill 

M'Laren, D. D., & Co., 15 Springbank rd. 
M'Phee, Alexander, Nethereraigs 
Noble, James, 90 George street 
Pottie, A. & M., St. James place 
Pottie, A. & Sons, 64 Love street 
Richardson, Charles, 13 Abbey close 
Russell, Wm., 1 Water brae (burgh) 
Semple, William, 1 Espedair street 
Spruell, Andrew. 8 Christie street 
Thom, Bryce, & Cornelius, Lylesland 

and Barterholm 
Trench, Thomas, 6 Orchard street 



Soap Xflanufacturers. 

Ferguson, Shaw, & Sons, Gleniffer Soap 

A\orks, 3 and 4 Lonend 
Isdale & M'Callum, Caledonia Soap 

works, Rowan street 
Robin & Houston Ltd., 61 New Sneddon 

Starch Manufacturers. 

Brown.& Poison, Royal Starch Works, 

MacKean, William, Ltd., St. Mirren's 

Works, Caledonia street 
Mackenzie Brothers, Caledonia Works, 

Murray street 
Poison, William, & Co., Ltd., Imperial 

Starch Works, Abercorn street 
Wilson, R., Johnstons, & Co., Adelphi 

Starch Works, 67 New Sneddon 
Wotherspoon, William, Glenfield Works, 



(See Booksellers.) 

Stay leaker. 

M'Clure, Miss, 11 Saucel 


Hedge, Thomas, Woodend, Castlehead 
Matheson, A. & J,, 95 High street 


Sale, Henry, 13 Moss street 
Smith & M'Intyre, 9 Moss street. 


(See Medical Practitioners.) 

Surgeon-Dentists, &c. 

(This List is incomplete, some names 
having been omitted by request.) 

Campbell, A. Laurie, 9 Orr square 
Faulds, G. T. 23 High street 

Fenton, L. J., F.S.Sc. (artificial teeth), 

41 Wellmeadow 
Wallace, James, L.D.S., 94 High st. 
White & Leonard, 33 High street 

Tailors and ClotliierSn 

Adam, James, 4 Smithhills 
Aitken, David, 44 New street 
Asquith, K., 13 Wardrop street 
Bell, Archd., 22 High street 
Blair, John, 37 George street 
Brown, R., 31 Gauze street 
Caldwell, Robert, 1 Storie street 
Chapman, George, 112 Causeyside st. 
Coats, Matthew, 128 George street 
Co-operative Manufacturing Society, 

115 Causeyside 
Dundas, Porteous, 2 Forbes place and 

19 Gauze street 
Duncan, Matthew, 2 West street 
Findlay, Edward, 6 Clavering street 
Fleming, J. & J., 57 George street 
Fulton, David, 54 Causeyside 
Galletly, David, 5 Causeyside 
Ganson, A. George, 33 Gauze street 
Gibson, J. H., 43 Old Sneddon 
Gibson, William, 24 Lady lane 
Glen, Allan, sen., 6 George street 
Glen, Allan, 13 Walker street 
Goldie, John, 83 High street 
Hamilton, Alexander, 3^ George street 
Hamilton & Co., 80 High street 
Hamilton, Robert, 5 Giimour street 
Harper, Henry, 52 High street 
Hastie, William, 10 Orchard street 
Henry, John, 11 Broomlands street 
Hepworth, Joseph, & Son, Ltd. 90 High 

Hunter, Thomas, 52 Broomlands 
Kelly, Alexander, 10 Giimour street 
Knight Sons, & Co., Ill Causeyside and 

19 Gauze street 
Knox, George, 111 Causeyside 
Lawsons Limited (agent D. M'Innes) 

8 Townhead terrace 
Lees, David, 31 Causeyside 
Lees, Robt. M., 38 Moss street 
Love, Matthew, 54 Broomlands 
Mathieson, John, 1 Old Smithhills 
Mathieson, Robert, & Co., 9 High street 
Mitchell, Robert 131 George street 
Macallum, William, 10 Wellmeadow 
M' Arthur, J. & J., 8 Causeyside 


M'Beth, 99 George street 
M'Orae, K., 23 School wynd 
M'Donald, James A. M.,'The Cross, 10 

High street 
M'Donald, Misses (boys' suitmakers"), 

12 Hillview place 
M'Glashan, Alex., 109 Causevside 
M'Guire, J. & W-, 99 High street 
M'Kay, Johu, jun. , 3 Old Sneddon 
M'Lean, James, 33 High street 
M'Taggart, Lauchian, 2 Gilmour street 
M'Stravick, Wm., 6 Albert street 
Nixon, Simon (cloth merchant), 24 

Caual street 
Paisley Clothing Company, 94 High 

Reid, R. L., 75 Love street 
Rowan, Thomas, 18 Sandholes 
Sftl way, A. W.. & Co., The Cross Clothing 

Co., 104 High street 
Shaw, Smith, 45 New street 
Smart & Rolland, 94 High street 
Smith, Robert, 112 Causey side 
Thomson, William C, 16 Gilmour st. 
Towns, Archibald, 23 Moss street 
Victoria Clothing Co., 17 Moss street 
Wallace, George, 3 Moss street 
Wilson, William, 21 Neilston road 
Whiriskey, James, 10 Causeyside 
Young, John, & Son, 7 Orr square 


Lang, W. J. & W., 1 and 2 Seedhill 

Tea Mercliants. 

(See Grocers and Provision Merchants.) 

-— / 


Anderson, Lizzie M., 2 Janefield place 
Bain, James C. (shorthand, typewriting, 

&c.), 8 High street 
Cunningham, Misses, seminary, So. park 
Graham, Misses, ladies' sch'l, 3 Royal ter. 
Hamilton, Hugh, Glaisnock, Bank street 
Mair, Miss Euphemia R., Nethercraigs 
Menzies, Miss, ladies' school,Caversbauk 

Teachers in Educational 

(Sea Appendix). 

Teachers of Dancing. 

Dutch, Mrs., 8 Forbes place 
Dutch, D. M., 8 Forbes place 
Primrose, W. M., 4 Smithhills 

Teachers of Dra'^n?. 

Anderson, James, Boleruo cottage, 

Hayes, Charles, 48 Love street 

Teachers of Ivlusic. 

Agate, Wm., Mus. B.,Oxon., F.R.C.O., 

Hilden, Castlehead, and Rydal Mount, 

Hunter's Quay 
Anderson, MissE. J., 7 Townhead ter. 
Anderson, Miss, 53 High street 
Barratt, John, Mus. Bac, Oxon., 11 

Townhead terrace 
Bell, Allan, jun., 1 Royal terrace 
Brown, Anna D., 8 Janefield place 
Chatterton, Robt. A., L.R.A.M., 

A.R.C.O., 17 Walker street 
Crookes, Sydney, 25 Causeyside 
Gibson, Mrs. W. H., 9 Townhead ter. 
Holroyd, A., 31 Gauze street 
Keith, Miss, 66 Love street 
Kennedy, David, ju a., 4 Garthland street 
Loughton, Thos. H., 8 M'Kerrell street 
Manlield, Arthur S., 40 High street 
Mathie, Miss, A.L.C.M., 7 Wellmeadow 
Money, Miss Jenny, Whin knowe, 

Mackellar, J.Douglas, 11 M*Kerrell st. 
Mackenzie, Miss, 8 Townhead terrace 
Notman, Miss, Nether park, Calside 
Notmau, Mrs. W. J., Mountgreenan, 

Regent street 
Pattinson, James, Mus. Bac., Cantab., 

1 Greenlaw avenue 
Reid, R. L., 7 Berlin ter., Pollokshields 
Semple, James F., A.R.C.O., 1 Orr square 
Stephens, B. W., 3 M'Kerrell street 



Thread Manufacturers. 

Clark & Co. (Ltd.), Anchor Thread 

Works, Seedbill 
Clark, J, & J., & Co., Anchor Thread 

Works, Seedliill 
Coats, J. & P., Limited, Fergush'e 
Kerr, Peter, & Son, New Street Mills 

Tile Layers. 

Kean & Wardrop, 167 Bath street, 


Those marked (*) are Manufacturers. 

Anderson, William, 32 Wellmeadow 
Baird, Henry, 19 Wellmeadow 
Black, Alexander, 19 Causeyside 
Boyd, James, 1 Smithhills 
Brown, John, 2 Bridge street (Burgh) 
Burns, Jame^s, & Son, 54 Broomiauds 
Caldwell, .John, 74 Love street 
Caldwell, Mrs., 82 High street 
Campbell, Miss C. P., 3 St. James street 
Cochran, Robert, 40 Caledonia street 
Cochran, William, 24 Wellmeadow 
Colquhoun, Alex., 15 George street 
Craig, Daniel, 10 Lawn street 
Crawford, John, 71 Broomlands 
Davis, J., 1 Springbank road and 68 

Love street 
*Dobie, George, & Son, 1 Clark street 
Douglass, A. M., 19 Moss street 
Duff, William, 25 George street 
Ferguson, J., 64 Broomlands street 
Feruie, Elizabeth, 77 Causeyside 
Findlay, Miss Mary, 2 Well street 
Findlay, Peter, 12 Old Sneddon, 7 South 

Croft, and 12 Moss street 
Fleming, Mrs,, 9 Johnston street 
Forbes, Wm., 69 Causeyside 
Fulton, AVm., 6 Silk street 
Gardner, Miss Jessie, 74 Broomlands st. 
Glen, Mrs. E., 31 Causeyside 
Hart, J , 3 Moss street 
Henry, Charles, 41 Wellmeadow 
Heron, J. R., 45 High street 
Hill, John, 39 Old Sneddon 
Hood, Miss Maggie, 21 Broomlands 
Hunter, S., 1 Neilston street 
Kelly, James, 6 Old Snoddon 
Lawson, Miss Agnes, 28 Wellmeadow 

Leonard, Mrs., 15 Gauze street 
Lorimer, Jamf s C, 104 Causeyside 
Melrose, George, 51 High street 
Mitchell, Archibald, 6 Bank street 
Morrison, Mrs., 1 George street 
Muir, Archd., 104 High street 
M'Alpiue, David, 30 Old Sneddon 
M'Crossan. William, 42 Moss street 
M'lutyre, Peter, 8 St. James place 
M'Quhae, Thomas, 11 Moss street 
Nichol, Wm., 103 High street and 3& 

Orr, Miss, 29 Canal street 
Polio, G , 26 Causeyside and 82 Broom- 
land, «i 
Porteous, Wm., 5a Neilston road 
Reid, Jas., 6 Moss street 
Reid, William, 13 Underwood road 
Robertson, Robert, 46 Moss street 
Rodger, (Trustees of) Mrs. Alex., 83 

High street 
Shearer, Miss Janet, 24 High street 
Small, William, 63 Causeyside 
Steel, Mrs. Wm., 76 High street 
Thomson, Miss Ann, II Old Smithhills 
Thomson, Elizabeth, 24 New street 
Towuley, Wm. A., 29 New Smithhills 
Urquhart, Mrs., 1 Johnston street 
Weir, Andrew, 2 Ladyburn street 
Whiteford, Lizzie, 34 Well street 
WilsoD, .John, 8 Lawn street 
Wilson, Walter, 12 Old Smithhills 

TolDacco Pipe Maker. 

Davies, Alex. 30 Gauze street 


Bain, James C, 8 High street 
Shaw, Mary A., Central Typewriting 
Oflfice, 12 Causeyside 

TJmlarella, Bag*, and "Waterproof 

Barbour, Mrs. James, 12 High street 
Cochran, E., & Sons, 26 and 27 New 

Lang, J., 31 High street 


(See Cabinetmakers and Upholsterers.) 




•Caldwell, Peter (property), 12 St. Mirren 

Cochran, James, & Son, 81 Broomlauds 
Davidson, Charles (property), 109 High 

'Gillespie, John, F.S.I. , 16 New Sneddon 
Johnston, D. L., 48 High street 
Kirk wood & Goudie, 23 iVloss street 
Lamb, James B., 12 High street 
Law, Wm., 113 Causeyside 
Macfarlane, Malcolm (property), 12 

High street 
IMuir, John, Annfield villa, Castlehead 
Paterson, Robert, & Son, 27 Orchard st. 
:Sale, Henry, 13 Moss street 
Smith & M'Intyre, 9 High street 
Winning & Fulton (property). Terrace 


Veterinary Surgeons. 

Houston, William F., M E.C.V.S., 8 

Glen street and 90 George street 
Millar,David,M.R O.V.S. ,Wellington st 
M'Geoch, Andrew, M.R.C.V.S. (Burgh 

Inspector), 3 and 4 Mill street 
M'Geoch, David, & Son, 3 and 4 Mill st. 
Pottie, A., & Sons, 64 Love street 
Spruel, Andrew, 8 Christie street 

"Wall Tile (Eartlien-ware) Manu- 

iBrown, Robert, & Son, Ltd., Paisley 
Sanitary Earthenware Works, 


Archibald, Thomas, 1 Causeyside 
Dreghorn, Andrew, 8 Union street 
-Jardine, Thomas, 7 Gauze street 
Xiang, Robert, 8 Forbes place and 
Marshall's lane 

Waste Merchants. 

Brown, Ralph, 12 New Smithhills 
M'Gown, Adam, & Son, Williamsburgh 

M'Kim, Bros., Hawkhead road 
Renfrew, Thomas, 14 Barr street 
Wagstaff, Mrs. Matthew, 5 Orchard st. 

Watch and Clock Makers and 

Arthur, William, 43 High street 
Brown, J., & Sons, 83 High street 
Brown, Wm., 2 Well street 
Cochran, James, & Son, 81 Broomlands 

and 2 Sandholes 
Co-operative (Provident) Society, Ltd,, 

14 Causeyside 
Cowden, Matthew, 2 Gauze street 
Duff & Miller, 20 High street 
Duncan, James, 9 High street 
Gemmill, Malcolm, 5 Wellmeadow 
Gilmour, D., 28 Old Sneddon 
Guthrie, Mungo, 1 Old Smithhills 
Harris, William, 70 High street 
King, Robert, 8 Gauze street 
Lochhead, F. G., & Co., 28 and 29 

Causeyside and branches 
M'Geoch, George, 7 Wellmeadow 
M'Gibbon, Richard F., & Sou, 4 M©ss 

Waruock, James, 16 Johnston street 
Wilson, Walter, 2 Wellmeadow 
Wilson, Wm., 39 High street 


Cowden, John, 75 Canal street 

Herd, Alex., 8 Smith street 

M'Innes, Robert, 26 New Stock street 

Weavers' Furnishers. 

Alexander, J., & Son, 9 Bridge street 
Brodie, Alex., 113 Causeyside 
Caldwell, James, 110 Causeyside 
Jardine, Thos., 7 Gauze street 
Millar, P. K., & Sons, 32 High street 
Thomson, Peter, 8 Forbes place 

WindoTT Cleaners. 

Adam, James, & Son, 19 Moss street 
Kirk, George G., 6 Lawn street 

Wine and Spirit Merchants- 

(See also under Grocers). 
Those marked (*) are Wholesale Merchant* 
Adam, Alexander, 60 Causeyside 
Adam, Robert, 68 George street 
Anderson, Mrs, Jas., 6 Springbank road 
Anderson, Mrs. Thos., 4 Caledonia st. 
Arthur, J. F., 14 Old Sneddon 
Bain, J. H., 29 Gauze street and 72 
Love Street 



Barr, Alexander, 34 Canal street 

Bavtou, John, 28 Wellmeadow 

Blair, Mrs. John, Hay Weighs Inn, 3 

King street 
Bole, Mrs. "Williana, 2 Renfrew street 
Boyd, J., 25 New Smithhills 
Burtnay, James, 12 Back Sneddon 
Calderwood, Hugh, 94 New Sneddon 
•Caldwell, James, & Son, 9 and 10 &il- 

mour street 
Campbell, James, 71 Broomlands 
Campbell, Robert R., 82 Broomlands 
Cochran, Mrs. James C. (Royalty Bar), 

11 and 12 West Croft street 
Cochran, James, 11 Canal street 
Colquhoun, David, 17 Wellmeadow 
Cowan, John, 3 Love street 
Craig, William, 17 Causey side 
Craig, William, 6 Union street 
Oramb, James, 89 Causeyside 
Cruicksbauks, Arthur, 63 Broomlands 
Cruikshanks, Thos., 35 Moss street 
Dale, Mrs. Ellen, 13 Dyers' wynd 
Duffie, James B., 3 Silk street 
Ednuston, Allan, 72 Broomlands 
Edmonds, H. S., 2 Garthland street 
Fairlie, David, 9 Moss street 
Ferguson, Mrs. John. 30 Cotton street 
Ferguson, Peter, 6 Wallace street 
Foulds, Andrew, & Son (Ltd.), 23 

Storie street 
*Foulds, Andrew, & Son (Ltd.), 4 and 5 

Abbey street 
Foulds, Rodger, 27 Causeyside 
*Foulds, William & Co. (Ltd)., School 

wynd and 24 George street 
Fyfe, R., 21 Moss street 
Galbraith, Charles, 64 George street 

and 19 Ma.Kwellton street 
Gardner, Robert, 11 Williamsburgh 
Gemmell, Matthew, 14 Broomlands 
Hamilton, Geo., 105 George street 
Hamilton, James, 96 Causeyside 
Hart, Mrs. Archibald, 3 St. James st. 
Hart, W., 52 Storie street 
Hart, Robert, 1 Carriagehill 
*Harvey, James, & Co. (Ltd ), 2 King 

street, Saucel 
Harvie, Robert, jun., 23 WiUiamsburgh 
Hendry, Robert, 12 Old Sneddon 
Hislop, Alex , 10 Moss street 
Hood, James, 28 Back Sneddon 
Hood, Thomas, Todholm cottage 
Hood, Thomas, 15 Lawn street 
Hunter, Mrs. Alex., 32 George street 


Hunter, Joseph, 120 George street 
Johnston, James, 36 Ferguslie 
Kelly, Adam, 2 St. James street 
Kennedy, D., 7 Renfrew street 
Kerr, Mrs., 7 Glen street 
Killin, Alex., 26 Gauze street 
Kinues, William, 25 New street 
Kirk wood, James, 21 Broomlands 
Lamb, Andrew, 20 St. James street 
Lang, John, sen., 110 George street 
Lang, John, sen., 78 High street 
Lang, John, jun., 20 Broomlands 
Lawrie, Thos. H., 24 and 25 Moss st. 
Lawson, Mrs. Jno., 85 Causeyside 
Lehmann, Stephen, 6 High street 
*Logan, Alexander, 20 Old Sneddon , 
Mains, Thomas, 14 Cottun street 
Marshall, James, 47 Moss street, 80 

Broomlands, and 9 Gauze street 
Meikle, James, 27 New Sneddon 
Milne, Peter, 13 High street 
Mitchell, John, 11 High street 
Mitchell, William, 19 Carriagehill , 
Moncrieff, John, 30 Ferguslie 
Morrid, Mrs., 5 Old Sneddon 
Morrison, James, 7 Love street 
Morrison, John, 43 New street 
Muir, Joseph, 20 Abbey street 
Munro, Alexander, 19 Wellmeadow 
M'Alpine, T., 6 New Sneddon 
M' Bride, Samuel, 1 Silk street 
M'Colgan, Mrs. John, 16 Gauze street 
M'Crossan, F. W., 68 Canal street 
*Macfarlane & Co., 29 Lady lane 
Macfarlane, Mrs., 29 Lndv lane 
M'Gee, John, 87 Canal street and 8 

Wardrop street 
M'Ghee, Patrick, 13 Old Sneddon 
M'Glade, Joseph, 43 Moss street 
M'Gregor, Charles, 9 North Croft 
M'Innes, Jotin, 37 Ferguslie 
M'Intyre, Mrs. A., 33 Causeyside 
M'Kean, James, & Son, 63 Causeyside, 

100 George street, and 50 Love st. 
M'Kean, Agnes, 75 Bro(<mlands 
M'Kechnie, Joseph, 10 Old Smithhills 
MacKellar,Mr8.Matthew H.,35 High St. 
M'Kenzie, Hector, 48 High street 
M'Lcichlan, John, 70 Broomlands 
M'Lay, James, 5 and 6 Old SDoithhills 
M'Mannus, James, 20 George street 
M'Nab, Miss W., 26 Carriagehill 
Neilson, Alexander, 2 New Sneddon 
Noble, Robt., 6 Cotton street 
O'Neill, James, 12 Saucel 



Park, Mrs., 12 St, James place 
Patersou, Wm., lt)2 George street 
Paston, Matthew, & Sous, 95 Causey- 
Pollock, William, 52 High street 
Quinn, George, 92 High street 
Keufrewshire Public House Trust. 
Limiteri, 13 St. James place and 
1 Old Sneddon 
Riddell, G. B.. 13 Moss street 
Risk, Robert, 88 Canal sti'eet 
Risk, Robert, 9 Old Smithhills 
Robertson, Peter, 1 and 2 Orchard st. 

and 18 Causeyside 
Ross, William, 19 Neilston road 
Scott, Thomas, 23 Lawn street 
Sharkey, John O'H., Terrace tavern, 

109 High street 
Simpson, Samuel, Tannahill's Rest, 25 

Smith, James W., 36 Storie street 
Stevenson, Allan, 5 Brooralands 
Stevenson, Mrs., 5 New street 
Stevenson, Mrs., 22 New Smithhills 
Stewart, John, IIG George street 
* Stewart, Mrs. G, P., 22 Gauze street 
Stewarr, Robert, 8 Orchard street 
Stirling, Mrs., 2 Wellraeudow 
Stirling, Robert, 10 Caledonia street 
Taylor, Miss Janet, Moss-side, Green- 
ock road 
Thomson, Mrs. David, 65 Love street 
Thomson, Mrs. A., 44 Old Sneddon 
Tyre, George, 3 George street 
Virtue, John, 148 George street 
Walker, James, 16 Broomlands 
Watson, Miss Jessie, 19 Causeyside 
Watson, Thomas D., 56 Broomlands 
Welsh, James, 39 Stock street 
White, Peter C, 1 George street 
Wilson, Archibald, 56 Causeyside 
Wilson, Thomas, 1 Mossvale lane 
Wright, Hugh, 78 Canal street 
Young, James, 19 Abbey street 
Young, Sam, 1 Gauze street 

'Wood Merchants. 

Allison, David, 49 Love street 
Allison, William, Victoria Saw Mills, 23 

Love street 
Browning, Alexander, sen,, 10 West 

Buchanan street 

Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills, 

12 Wallneuk 
Cochrane & Keith, 67 Love street 
Craig, Alexander, 27 Back Sneddon 
Crawford, P. & A., Thistle works, 

South Croft 
Duulop, James, 11 Incle street 
Fairlie, Alex,, 8 Castle street 
Fire-light Factory (Poor Association), 

1 Mackean street 
Hawson & Hannah, Shortroods Saw- 
mills, Springbank road • 
Highgate, John, & Co., Caledonia Saw 
Mills, Murray street and Baltic Saw 
Mills, Macdowall street 
Lee, Robert, 1 1 to 14 St. James street 
Mailer, Peter (Firewood), Marshall's 

Moir, James, 32 Hi^h street 
M'Kaj', D. A., 25 Abbey street 
M'Farlane, Malcolm, AVallneuk Saw 

M'Lellan, John, 23 Lady lane 
M'Naugbton, Ales., 6 New Smithhills 
Paton, Robert, Espedair works, Causey- 
Reynolds, Owen (Firewood), Carlil© 

Young, John, & Co., Burgh Saw Mills, 
Caledonia street 

Wood Turners. . 

Barr, John, Mossvale Works 
Crawford, P, & A„ Thistle Works, 
South Croft 

Wrights and Joiners. 

Aitken, Thomas, 36 Stock street 
Barr, Hugh, Espedair street 
Barr, James, 45 and 46 Causeyside 
Barr, John. 8 Orr street 
Beveridge, William, 7 Seedhill road 
Black, John K, 66 Back Sneddon 
Blair, James, 16 Castle street 
Boyd, James, & Sons, Macdowall 

Brown David, Whitehaugh 
Browning, Ales,, sen,,10 West Buchanan 

Bryce, James, & Sons, 10 Hunter street 
Buchanan, George, 4 Howie street 
Calderwood, James, 1 Espedair 
Clark, John, & Co., Wallneuk Saw Mills,. 

12 Wallneuk 



Cochrane & Keith, 67 Love street 
Craig, Alexander, 27 Back Sneddon 
Craig & Wilsou, Ross street, Blackhall 
Crawford, James, 4 Sir Michael street 
Dobson, David, 27 Williamsburgh 
Dunli>p, James, 11 Incle street 
Dunlop, John Y., 15 Wardrop street 
Easdon, H., 10 Moss street 
Ewing, Stewnrt. 20 Lawn street 
Gemaiell, Andrew. 2 Brown street 
Girdwood, R., 28 Broomlands 
Hill & Adam, 3 Hunter street 
Houston, G. & T., 5 Maxwellton street 
Keith, Alexander, 3 Thread street 
Knox, William T., 29 Gordon's lane 
Lang, Matthew, Murray street 
Lee, Robert, 11 to 14 St. James street 
Moir, James, 32 High street 
M*Arthur, John, 3 West Buchanan 

M'Fadyen, Angus, Colinslee 
M'Innes, W., Clavering street 
Mackay, D. A., 25 Abbey street 
M'Kellar & Fyfe, 51 High street 
M'Naughtau, Alex., G New Smithhills 
M'Neil, George, 32 High street 
Paton, John, 12 seedhill road 
Pratt, David, 30 Gauze street 
Small, James, Cart lane 
Stevenson, Allan, 90 George street 
Stevenson, Walter, M'Gown street 
Stewart, Andrew, 96 George street 
Urie, Matthew, Laighpark 
Whyte, Wm., & Co , 48 High street 
Young, Hugh, 11 Carriagehill 


Adam, John, 5 County place 
Bowie, Williau), 95 High street 
Brown, W. Dykes, 97 High street 
Caldwell, Ja., Muir, & Caldwell, County 

Buildings, St, James street 
Cochran, Alexander, 19 High street 
Cunningham, J. & A., 9 High street 
Dickie, Dugald D., Masonic Buildings, 

96 High street 
Dunn, Jas. H., & AUif^on, Union Bank 

Buildings, 3a Gilmour street 

Finlator, Wra. Rankin, 19 High street 

Gardner, James, 3 County place 

Hart, Abercrombie,& Lang, 13 St. James 

Hay, R. Blair, B.L., 14 Moss street 
Hogg, Jno,, 13 Moss street 
Houston, David, & Currie, 43 Moss st. 
Kerr, Thomas, 12 High street 
Lang, Benjamin, 94 High street 
Morrison, David A., 97 High street 
M'Allister, Alex., 48 Moss street 
M'Inues, Mackenzie, & Lochhead, 7 

Gilmour street 
M'N'aughtou, Lochhead, & M'Callum, 8 

Gilmour street 
M'Xish, John, 9 Moss street 
MacRobert, Son, & Hutchison, St. James 

Pattison, John, 28 Mops street 
Reid, T. F,, & Donaldson, 12 Causeyside 
Reids & Campbell, 3 County place 
Russell, R. & T., 7 High street 
Semple, D. S., Macnair & Crawford, 16 

Gilmour street 
Smith, Gow, & Scott, St. James place 
Stevenson, Robert, 99 High street 
Todd, John J., 12 High street 
Towers, Thos. P., 16 Moss street 
Walker, T. & W. & Laird, Municipal 

buildings, 14 Gilmour street 
Young & Martin, 4 Gilmour street 

7arn and Silk Mercliants, 
and Agents. 

Barr, Stirrat, & Co., 110 Causeyside 
Brown, William, jun., & Co., 107 

Fleming, Reid, & Co., Ltd., 10 St.Mirrea 

Greenlees, A. & J. W., 13 Causeyside 
Millar^ .James, & Son, 106 Causeyside 
Pollock & Co., 6 Forbes place 
Thomson, Archd,, 3 Cumberland court 
Thomson, J. & J., 2 Causeyside 
Walsh, William, 5 Cumberland court 




Iiondon and Xiancashire Fire Insurance Co. 

Capital, £1^,127,500. 

General Life Assurance Co. 

Income, £354,000. 

Also AGENT for 

West of Scotland Plate Glass Insurance Co. 

Conservatories and Ornamental Plate Glass Lamps Insured. 

The Scottish Employers' Liability and General 
Insurance Co. Iiimited. 

Third Party Risks a Specialty. 

Telegkaph — "EQUITY," GLASGOW. Telephone No. 4035. 


Plate -Glass Insurance Company Ltd. 


58 REMIELD STREET, Glas&0¥, 

All Glass Insured at Moderate Rates, with Prompt Replacements. 

to the OFFICE or AGENT. 


Secretary - "WM. a. KIEKHOPE. 




Abbey Church Ground 
The Abbey 
Adams, James 

12 Millar, Mrs. 
M'Arthur, G-eorge 
M'Gregor, Mrs. 

13 Richardson, Charles 

14 Hutchison & Son, D. T. 

15 M'CoU, James 

— Abbey Close U.F. Church 
Geo. A. Clark Town Hall 


1 Cunningham, Wm. 
4 & 5 JTonlds, Andrew, & Son, 

11 Coyle, Edward 
Woodrow, Duncan 
Young, Mrs. 
Stewart, William 
Stevenson, George 

12 Smith, Robert 
Fulton, Thomas 
Caterson, Mrs. 

13 Nairn, Thomas 
Stevenson, James 

13^ Adam, George 

14 Kerr, Robert 

16 Kilpatrick, John & Son 
Kilpatrick, John 
Kilpatrick, Alexander 

17 Alexander, Mrs. 
Gordon, Misses 

18 Hamilton, Wm. 

19 Thorley, Sons & Co 
Young, James 

20 Muir, Joseph 
Hunter, James 

21 Walker, John 

22 Wright, Miss 

23 Lapsham, Alfred James 
Walker, Mrs. 

Grant, James 
Love, James 


Smith, John 
Herd, Alex. 
Gowans, Mrs. 
Bums, James 

24 Fleming, Benjamin 
Nimmo, Mrs. Agnes 
Erskine, Mrs. 

Guy, Jessie 
Morton, Jessie 
M'CoU, James 

25 Mackay, 'Daniel A. 
Spooner, Mrs. 


1 Craig, Anderson 
Boyd, Alex. D. 
Armstrong, James 
MitcheU, Thomas 
M'Lauchlan, John 

2 Holmes, John 
M'Kinlay, James 
Patrick, John 
Robertson, James 

Stirling, John 

3 Strathearn, James 
Downie, James 
Craig, Mrs. 
Mackie, Robert 

4 Houston, Mrs. 
Kennedy, James 
Love, William 
Muir, William 
Millar, Mrs. 
Todd, Nicholas 
Allan, Duncan 
Stevenson, Wm. 

5 M'Kechnie, Jaoxcs 
Herron, Samuel 

6 Henderson, James 
Cunningham, James 
Geddes, John 
M'Fadzean, William 

7 Dickson, Thomas 

Picken, Abraham 
Frew, Neil 
M'Dade, Jolm 
Swan, Jessie 
8 Paterson, James 
Crichton, sen., Andrew 
M'Donald, Donald 
Crichton, jun., Andrew 
9 Campbell, Archibald 
Kirk, Mrs. 
Hardie, Thomas 
Cochran, Janet 

10 Howie, Mrs. 
Craw, Alexander 
Cameron, Joseph 
Blackwood, John 
Louden, George 

11 Stewart, Robert 
Lochrie, George 
Lambie, William 
Pender, James 
Thompson, Samuel 
M'Krnnon, Hugh 

— East Public School 


Abercorn Shipbuilding Co. 
Porter & Co., H. G. 
Crawford, Hamilton 
Poison & Co., Wm. 

10 Rutherford & Son, Thomas 
Conway, A. 

Borland, J. 

11 Eraser, Wm. 
Fulton, J. 

12 Orr, James 
Gleghorn, A. 
Cunningham, Mrs. 

13 Wamock, jun., Jas. 

14 Conway, Mrs. 
Maxwell, Alex. 
Orr, Jabez 
Retson, Mrs. 




Warnock Bros. 

15 Bonald, J. 
Andrews, Mrs. 
Korner, C. 
Waters, W. 
M'Naught, Jamei 

16 M'Cabe, Mrs. 
Muldoon, John 


1 Watson, Alex. 
Wilson, William 
Fulton, Andrew 
M'Dougall, Archibald 
Turpey, William 
Irvine, Andrew 

2 Irvine, David 
Bankin, Archibald 
Beid, James 
Getty, H. 

Weir, H. 

3 Kane, Peter 
Cameron, Mrs. 
M'Ausland, Dugald 
Muir, William 

4 Woods, H. 
M'Cuiloch, S. 

5 Price, Mrs. 
Anderson, Mrs. 
Proctor, Jamea 
White, Alex. 

6 Slack, John 
Forrester, Peter 
M'Stravick, William 
Potter, James 


3 Watt, David 
Hindle, John 
Toung, Matthew 
Smith, John 
Craig, Alexander 
M'Kinley, R. 

4 M'Nair, William 
M'Lelland, Andrew 
Campbell, D. 
Smith, James 
Industrial School 

6 Paterson, James 
Boyd, Alex. 
Jones, William 


1 Gilmour, Mrs. 
Robertson, William 
Campbell, Paul 
Kennedy, Alexander 

2 M'Lean, Alex. 
Watson, John 
Andrew, Mrs. 
Bowie, James 


3 Reid, T. 

Shedden, William 

Semple, Robert 

Miller, Wm. 
5 Stevenson, J. 

Laird, Alexander 

Gibson, James 

Hunter, John 

Robin, Andrew 

Rollo, David 

Anderson, Wm. 
7 Brodie, S. S. 
9 Glen, John 

Gilmour, M. 

Wallace, D. 

Vance, James 

Whyte, Edward 
11 Martin, Alex. 

Laing, John 

Gallagher, — 

Allison, Alex. 

Partington, — 

Goldie, James 

M'Vicar, Wm. 
13 Paterson, Edward 

Robbie, Alexander 

Walker, John 

Wood, James 
15 Mills, David 

Gemmell, William 

Taylor, J. 

Oliver, Mrs. 

Russell, Edward 

Eichardson, Alex. 
17 Stewart, Mrs. 

M'Laren, J. H. 

Hannah, Thos. 

M'Niven, James 

Reid, Robert 

Balston, Alexander 

Getty, John 
19 M'Donald, J. 

Rae, G. 

Cassidy, Isaac 


M'Kenzie, John 
Gardner, Geoffry 
Stewart, David 


Stevenson, Mrs. 
AUison, Miss 

O'lsTeil, Charles 
M'Niair, Duncan 
Souden, Mrs. 
Ashburne — Currie, John 


5 Russell, Thomas 

Russell, Wm. 

M'Kay, Mrs. 
7 Hay, E. 

Fletcher, Robert 

Muir, John 

M'Dougall, A. 

Ross, D. 
9 Matheson, Mrs. 

Crawford, James 

Crawford, Jane 

Goold, T. 

Norman, John 

Jamieson, J. 
11 Orr, John 

Ronald, Mrs. 

Heaton, Robert 

M'Indoe, Alex. 

Archibald, George 

Barr, George 

Dickson, H. 
13 Stewart, Wm. B. 

Gault, Robert 

Hunter, Archibald 

M'Hattie, Mrs. 

Brown, John 

Craig, John 
15 Anderson, Mrs. 

Wilson, Mrs. Wm. 

Longmuir, Bryce 

Glen, Janet 
17 Gemmell, — 

TuUoch, Mrs. 

Hamilton, Wm. 

Bobson, J. 

Perrie, Alex. 

M'Neil, George 
19 M'Kay, Agnes 




Dock, Mrs. 
Pattison, Mrs. 
Fulton, John 
Lochrie, Charles 
Moore, Mrs. 
Lee, Alexander 

21 Matthew, J. 
MofEat, J. 
Johnstone, Mrs. 
Green, Peter 
Kirk-wood, John 
M'Cartney, H. 
Gibb, George 

23 Stokesly, John 
M'Allister, R. 
iN"elson, Mrs. 
Thomson, Alex. 
Macintyre, George 

M'Neil, Mrs. 
Burgess, Peter 

25 Gray, John 
Gibb, George Y. 

*i 32 Alexander, R. 
I Park, James 

Park, Matthew 

Burns, Robert 
30 Gardner, John 

Monaghan, Wm. 

Beattie, J. 

Leitch, Wm. 

Hislop, James 

Smith, John 
28 Pattison, Mrs. Elizabeth 

Craig, Mrs. 

M'Kay, Clark 

Watson, Mrs. 

M'Conville, Charles 

Balfour, Wm. 

Roxburgh, Alex. 

26 Wason, James 
Murray, T. 
Gilchrist, James 
M'Cormick, Mrs. 

24 Arthur, Samuel 
Wilson, Miss 
Stewart, D. 
Telfor, John 
Lyle, William 

22 M'Mullian, Thomas 
Brown, John 
Inglis, John 
Perfect, Wm. 
Taylor, Wnu 
Brown, R. 

20 M'Naughtan, Andrew 
M'KUlop, Wm. 
Rattray, James 
Toole, James 

Sevell, Robt. 
18 M'Intyre, D. 

M'Kenzie, Hugh 

Thomson, Wm. 

Kermedy, J. 

Lochrie, John 
16 Stevenson, Richard 

Glenn, Mrs. 

Black, Wm. 

Donaldson, Mrs. 

Auld, John 

TurnbuU, Mrs. 

Wilson, Agnes D. 
14 Jardine, Mrs. 

Ferguson, T. L. 
12 Dick, J. 

Hamilton, Wm. 

Russell, 0. J. 

M'Gibben, J. 
10 Lyle, Robert 

Fleming, John 

Sutherland, Wm. 

Model Lodging-House 


Janetta Cottage — Taylor, Wm 
Arkleston Villa — 

Boyle, Robert 

Foulds, Robert 
Camnethan Villa — 

Prentice, William P. 

Kerr, Mrs. Thomas 
Jack's Villa — 

Milne, Peter 

Cook, Edward 
Ashbourne Villa — 

Charles, W. J. 

— Walker, Drybrough & Co. 
Knockbracken — G. 

Kirk, George 
Dunraven — 

Donald, James 
iNewton — Goudie, Mrs. J. 
Isabank — Suttie, George C. 
Garbally — Cook, James 
Barholm — Chapman, George 
Woodburn — Gibson, Wm. K. 

— Beveridge, John 

— M'Alpine, Thomas 

Arkleston House- 

Drybrough, James 
Morwell — 

Morrison, Alexander 

Morrison, David 

Wills, James 
— Allison, Mrs. Wm. 

Chapman, Mrs. Robert 
Mandala — Newton, John B. C. 
Amherst — Coghill, George 
Ladyburn — 

Boyd Scott, Rev. A. 
The Laura — ^Brown, James 
Dunrona — Brannan, Misses 
Enderby — M'Kellar, Joseph 
Barshaw Cottage — Hay, James 
Dunure — Kennedy, John 
Dunvorleigh — ^Elliot, Andrew 


3 Paterson, Mrs. 

M'Glashan, John 

Cunningham, John 

Brown, Miss 

Matheson, Peter 

9 Walker, Stewart 

10 Potter, Thomas* 

12 Bnrtney, James 

13 Woods, James 

14 Corrigan, Mrs. 

15 Holms, William 

16 Kennedy, T. 

— Atlas Engine Works 
22 Matheson, Peter 
23-24 Galbraith Stores 

27 Craig, A. 

28 Hood, James 
Ferguson, David 

34 Lyons, John 

36 Bodys, A. & J 

37 Mrs. Judge 

41 Ritchie, Peter 

42 Kilpatrick, Mrs. 
Stewart, WiUiam 

43 Hood, James 
Grant, James 
Richmond, George 
MUlar, W. P. 
Harkness, Alex. 

Abbey Works — Hanna, Donald 
& Wilson 

55 Robertson, Georete, & Sons 
Robertson & Co. 

56 Morrison, David 
60 Easton, William 




M'Ewen, James 
61 Hunter, Andrew 

Cormie, Wm. 
62 Parish Council Office^ 

65 M'Gm, John 

66 Black, John K. 
Gray, Archibald 

67 Collms & Co., Daniel 

68 Adams, John F. S. 


1 Eastern TTnionist Rooms 

2 Salvation Army Hall 
Barr, jun., Andrew 
Buchanarn, Donald 

3 Cowan & Co., John 
Nardini, Petro 

3^ Tennent, J. A. 
Toting, J. 
Carlile, Thomas 
Noble, R. 
Paton, J. 
Arneil, James 
Provident Co - operative 

4 Hamilton, Hugh 
M'Neil, Mrs. R. 

Glaisaock - Hamilton, Hugh 

5 Young, William 
Morrison, Alexandei* 

6 Cassels, Miss Annie 
Wishart, John 
Mitchell, Archibald 
Mitchell, Archibald 
Craig, Thomas 
Allison, Mrs. 
Shearer, Mis'S Agnes 

10 Leslie, William 

11 Stewart, Hugh 

11 Neilsoa, Mrs. 

12 Baillie, Alexander 
14. Ramsay, WUliam 

Stevenson, Daniel 

15 Hogg, Archibaid 

16 Brisbane, John 
Fleming, James 
Steel, Samuel 

19 M'AUister, John 


2 Gilmour, John 

Lockhart, John 

Pattison, Miss 
4 Niven, sen., Robert 

Niven, ]un., Robert 
12 Charles, W. J. 
14 Renfrew, Thomas 
16 Weir, John 

Workman, Robert 

Bell, Alex. 

Linton, J. 


Eiddel, David . 
Todholm Cottage-— 
Hood, Thomas 


1 Russell, William 
Murdoch, David 
M'Lachlan, John 

4 Blaikie, James 
Raeside, John 

5 Smith, Alexander 

6 Cunningham, Mrs. 
Bowie, Peter 

7 Kittrick, John 
Leitch, Robert 
Wilson, James 
Brown, DaVid 

9 Barclay, Andrew 


Chapel Houses— Clark, Jamas 
Glencairn-^Jack, James 
Ardshiel-— ' 

Wilson, Rev. Alexander 
Wedderburn Cottage — 

Steel, James 
Ardskipness — ^M 'Galium, John 
Ardgowan — ^Balderston, Eobt. 
Claremont — 

M'Callum, Andrew P. 

Clark Oscar 
Blackball Park- 
Gillespie, John 
Tarradale — 

Gait, Robert 
Marionfield — ^Robertson, Jas. 
OaJclands — Ronald, Mrs. 
Free St. George's Manse — 

Tait, Rev. Gavin J. 
Chapelhill— R«id, J. B. 


Chapelfield — ^Ure, David 
Ardmillan — ^White, Mrs. 
Hazeldene — M'Gee, Walter 
Marguerite — ^Macfee, John 
Hunterfield — Adam, William 
Mossknowe— Gilmour, John 
Elmore — ^Weir, Jas. 
Ardene — Paton, Mrs. 
Norville — Bowie, Mrs. Allan 
Newholnie — -M'Farlane, Jas. B. 
Morven — Thomson, Robert 
Kelburn — ^Baird, Wilson 
Saucel Bank House — 

Whyte, J. BalderstoQ 
Saucel Bank— 

Galbraith, Mrs. 

M 'Arthur, Miss 

White, Mrs. Matthew 

M'Gown, Mrs. 


M'Intyre, Wm. & Co. 

Kirkwood, Baird, & Co. 

Corporation Electricity 
12 Marshall, William 

Redley, Wm. 

Doctor, Joseph 

Pollock, Thomas 
14 Borland, Alexaidet 

Wylie, David 

Carse, R. 

M'Neish, R. 
16 M'Callum, Mrs. 

Campbell, P. 

Crichton, John 

Spence, John 

Taylor, John 
18 Craig, Mrs. 

Deans, W. .: 

Walmsley, C. 

Provan, Malcolm 

Wilson, J. 
20 Gibson, Mrs. Marjr 

Knox, Alex. 

Wright, M. 

Brown, T. 
22 Mitchell, Mrs. 

Whiteford, A. M. 

Waterston, James 

Valance, W. 
24 Hindle, James 

Steel, Robert 

Hart, John. 




Russell, J. 
26 Withers, John 

Stewart, Kenneth 

Gremmell, William 

Stewart, William 
28 Cumming, John 

Eodden, Mrs. 


1 Harper, Mrs. 
M'Dowall, Mrs. 
Hair, J. 

2 Ewing, James 

3 Cunningham, Wm. 
Robertson, James 
Orr, GeoTgn 
Grillans, William 

4 Knox, William 
M'Gregor, Alex. 
Kelly. Mrs. 

5 Agnew, Andrew 
Budge, Mrs. 
M'Ausland, William 

7 Pollock, Wm. 


1 Cumming, Donald 
Holmes, Mrs. 
Calgy, William 
Goudie, William 
M'Lay, H. 

2 M'Mattie, Henry 
Willoughby, Jack 
Forrester, John 
M'Dougall, John 


Kennedy, J. 
Nisbet, A. 
Gas Works 

Hi-slop, P.C.S., George E. 
Ferguslie Public SchooL 

9 M'Donald, John 


Young, Wm. 

2 Spence, Mrs. 
Jack, Wm. 
Buchanan, — 
Gilbert, Samuel 

3 Meeks, T. 
Murdoch, James 
GUmour, Matthew 
Wilson, Hugh 
Blaikie, William W. 

4 M'Donald Hugh 
Mason, James 
Cuirie, Bartholomew 
EUlen, Hugh 
Johnstone, James 

5 M'Alpine, Henry 
Wright, Mrs. 
Harris, John 
M'Dougall, Hugh 
Kerr, John 

6 Wilson, Anrirew B. 
Mulhall, William 
Damer, John 
M'Lean, C. 
Patterson, James 
Bloomfield, Henry 
M'Caig, William 
Bryan, James 
Pollock, John 

7 Watson, Neil 
Drennan, James 
Roxburgh, James 

8 Armour, H. T. 
Wilson, Wm. 
Algie, Wm. 
Millar, Mrs. 
Morrison, James 

9 Cruickshanks, James 
Rankine, .John 

10 Neil son, John 
Watson, John 
Macauley, A. 
Porrest, Mrs. 

11 Crawford, Robert 
Bruce, James 
Crawford, John 
Gibson, James 
Hanton, Wm. 

12 Eccles, Mrs. 
Barbour, Thomas 
Marshall, Thomas 
Bates, John 
M'Gill, Gilbert 

IS M 'Luster, E. 

Russell, James 
14 Cook, Mrs. 

Adams, Joseph 

M'Neil, Mrs. 


Martin, R. W. 
15 Spence, James 


1 Breckenrid^e, Robert 

Paterson, James 
Ritchie, Wm. 

2 PcUock, William 
Turner, William 


Brown, Ralph 
Beaton, John 
Docherty, — 
Livingstone, Mrs. 
M'Ghee, Mrs. 
8 Calderwood, John 


3 Poulds, Andrew & Son 

4 M'Candles, Jarvies 

5 Fleming, James 
Darroch, John 
Thomson, Mrs. 
Campbell, James 
Campbell, Donald 

6 Tervit, Mrs. 
M'Parlane, Wm. 
Mutrie, Mrs. -■' 


1 Thomson, Robert 

2 Reynolds, Samuel 
Brown, John 
Draper, Mrs. 

4 Graham, T. & R. 

5 Knox, John 

7 M'Connell, John 

8 M'Gee, Walter 

9 Alexander & Son, J. 
Spiers, Wm. 
O'NeU, Mrs. 

Infectious Diseases Hospital 





1 Melvin, Charles 
Forrester, William 

2 Black, Mrs. 
Gray, William 
Dunlop, Thomas 
Lyall, John 
M'Lachlan, Robert 

3 Blair, Mrs. Agnes 
Crawford, Mrs. Mary 

4 Coia, M. 

Eaglesim, Mrs. Martha 

5 Stevenson, Allan 
King, Alexander 

6 M'Pherson, Joseph 

7 Buchanan, Mrs. James 
Stewart, Norman 
White, Nellie 

8 Quigley, Mrs. Mary 
Totton, Thomson 
9 Robertson, Archibald 
Glen, James 
Croll, David W. 
Robertson, Archibald 

10 Hood, W. 
M'Hutchison, D. 
Dickson, James 
Gemmell, Matthew 
Hood, W. 

Muir, James 

11 Manwell, John 
Young, William 
Henry, John' 
Gibb, Mary 

12 Montague, Hugh 
MacKellar, Daniel 

13 Wilson, W. H. 

14 Gemmell, Matthew 
M'Kie, James 
Gemmell, Mrs. 
Millar, John 
Easdale, Isabella 
M'Ginty, Daniel 

15 Russell, Dr. William 
Co-operative Society, Ltd. 
Morton, Eliza 
M'Dermid, Kate 

Miller, John S. 
M'Dougal, Mrs. 

16 Walker, James 
Gibson, Mrs. 
Jamieson, Mrs. 

17 Cumming, John 
Paterson, Davi-d 

18 Hamilton, Alexander 

19 M'Donald, Mrs. R. 
Stewart, James 

20 Mathers, Alexander 
Lang, jun., John 

21 Kirkwood, James 
Hood, Miss Maggie 

22 Mathers, Mary 
Stevenson, Robert 

23 Weddell, Misses 
Currie, William 
Gibson, Dr. John E. 
Gordon, John 
Baird, Mrs. 

24 Stevenson, John 
M'Lelland, Mrs. Elizabetti 

25 Farquharson, George 
Smith, John 

26 Morton, Mrs. Jeanie 
Wilson, Matthew 
Dick, George 

27 Burnett, Thomas 
Craig, A. 
Buchanan, Mrs. 
Lochrie, James 
M'Hutcheon, — 
Watson, Thomas 

25 Gird wood, Robert 

30 Law, Richard 

32 Hamilton, Elizabeth 

35i TJrquhart, William 

Dougan, Charles 
36 Glen, Thomas 

38 M'Dowall, J. 
M'Farlane, William 
King, William 
Smith, Jessie 
Smith, Archibald 

39 Davidson, W. 
Pindlay, A. 
M'Lan.chlan, J. 
Byron, J. 
M'Adam, Mrs. 
Hodgson, Mrs. 
Sanders, F. 
Megson, William 

40 Forrest, Archibald 
Tannahill, John 
M'Gregor, Alexander 
Robertson, James 

41 Smith, Alexander 
Smith, William 

42 Stevenson, James 

43 Wishart, John 

44 Whitehead, A. 
Stirling, J. K. 

45 Davidson, Alexander 
Davidson, Mrs. Alexander 

46 Forsyth & Son, Alexander 
Fleck, Miss 

48 Provident Co-op. Society, 


49 Winning, Mrs. 

50 Mackay, Mrs. 
Love, Matthew 

51 G^albraith, William 
Barclay, Alexander 

52 Wright, Eobina 
Hunter, Thomas 
Fulton, John 
M'Ghee, Thomas 

53 Armour, W. & E. 
Mitchell, Miss B. 

54 Love, M. 
Gibson, J. 
M'Kelvie, Mary 
Burns & Son, James 

55 Scott, Matilda 
Westbrook, William 

56 Phillips, Alexander 
M'Indoe, Alexander 
M'Indoe, Robert 
Watson, Thomas D. 

57 Watson, Maggie 
Eennie, M. 

58 Cemetery, Robert Eeid, 

69-61 Martyrs' Parish Church 

63 Adie, Alexander 
Cruikshanks, Arthur 

64 Campbell, Jane 
Ferguson, John. 

65 Hussey, Mary B. 

66 M'Luskie, James 

67 Guthrie, Miss E. 
Pollock, Robert 

68 Coats, W. & A. 
69. Patrick, Wm. N. 

Courtney, J. 

70 M'Lachlan, John 
Cameron, John 
Mair. Elizabeth 

71 Crawford, John 
Campbell, James 

72 Smith, Hugh 0. 
Ferrie, A. 
Edmiston, Allan 

73 M'Crone, William 
Imperial Glass Co. 

74 Boni, A. 
Gardiner, Miss Jessie 

75 Gemmell, Robert 
M'Kean, Agnes 

U.F. Martyrs' Church 

78 M'Donald, Hugh 
Co-op. Society, Limited 
Cooper & Co. 

79 Baillie, Peter 
M'Taggart, John 

80 Dalgarno, Alexander 
Marshall, James 




Eccles, Alex. 

81 Cochran & Sons, Jamea 
M'Hutchison, David 
Robertson, J. 
Ferguson, Thomas 

82 Pyfe, Janet 
Campbell, Robert E. 
King, Alexander 


1 Eraser, W. 
Kelso, H. 

2 Smith, John 
Gemmell, A. 
Barclay, E. 


3 & 4 Bowie, Allan J. 
6 Wallace, John 


1 Haran, James Wilson 
Robertson, J. W. 
Marshall, John 
Keay, Mrs. Angus 
M'Arthur, Miss 

2 Galbraith, iSit. 
Inglis, Mrs. John 
Neilson, Robert 
Lang, William 
Bowie, John 
Milne, Hugh 

3 Kyles, James G-. 
M'Kean, James 
Donaldson, Samuel 
Glover, Thomas 
M'Creery, John 
Whammond, Mrs. 

4 Riger, Thomas 
Whiteford, William 
Carse, John 
Watson, William 
Eennie, John 
Crawford, Gavin 

5 Jackson, W. 
Todd, Alexander 
M'Leish, Robert B. 
Halden, Mrs. 
Whitehead, Mrs. 

Simpson, D. 
Dalgleish, William 
Kerr, John 

Hogg, John 
M'Kinlay, John 

7 Buchanan, George H. 
Cockburn, George 
M'Nish, Mrs. Ann 
Murray, James 
Glover, John 
Hendrie, Robert 

8 Dowall, John 
Henderson, Mrs. 
Mearns, Robert 
M'Taggart, John 

9 Hall, Rev. David 
Buchanan, William 

10 Jolly, Wm. 
Wilcox, — 
Davidson, — 
Morrison, Wm. 


1 Watson, John 
Ritchie, Wm. 
Murray, W. 
M'Donald, Peter M'N. 
M'Lauchlan, Wilson 

2 Fella, S. 
Anderson, Mrs. 
Davidson, J. 


la Wylie, Mrs. 
Lee, R. 
M'Lennan, D. 
Moir, C. 
Morrison, C. 
Anderson, W. 

1 Christie, J. 
Milligan, Mrs. 
Blair, Miss 
M'Naught^n, James 
Hannah, Mrs. 
Drennan, J. 
Arnott, S. 
Wallace, Andrew 

2 M'Gee, A. B. 
Stevenson, Allan 
Eeid, William 
M'Nair, William 
Nisbet, Mrs. 

3 Rae, D. B. 
Connell, D. 
Lawson, William 

4 Anderson, Mrs. T. 

Brough, John 

5 GiUies, J. 
Farquharson, J. 
Strathearn, Mrs. 

6 M'Intyre, Mrs. Neil 
Mitchell & MUlar 

10 Stirling, R. 

11 Crawford, Mrs. Margaret 
Rankine, R. 
Cameron, Mrs. 

12 Halliday, Wm. 
Adam, Miss 
Moodie, R. 
Cummings, R. 

13 Houston, Mrs. 
Kerr, Mrs. 

14 Roxburgh, G. 
Faulds, M. 

19 Provident Co-op. Society, 

Clark, Wm. 
Kerr, W 
Clark, R. 
Robertson, W. 
Sampson, A. 
Montgomery, W. 

20 M'Nee, John 

21 Hamilton, R. A. 
Brown, Hugh 

22 Scrimgeour, J. 
O'May, Miss 
Pender, J. 
M'Neil, J. 

23 Gibson, J. 
Wright, A. 
Jenkins, R. 
Wother spoon, T. 
Tweeddale, W. 
Begg, A. 
Adam, J. 
Craig, John 
Fairlie, T. 

24 Keith, A. 
Scott, J. 
Maitland, W. 
Dickie, J. 
King, J. 
Wason, C. 
Steven, W. 
Barclay, J. 

25 GifEord, W. 
Faulds, Mrs. 
Love, Mrs. 
M'Kechnie, A. 
Gibson, A. 
Hogg, J. 
Thomson, A. 
Meikle, E. 




26 Galbraith, Angus 
Cape, A. 
Hardcastle, B. 
Green, J. 
Sunter, A^ 
Palmer, J. 
Jamieson, J. 
Maxwell, Mrs. 
Harris, J. 

27 Erskine, Wm. 
Wilson, A. 
Stevenson, Mrs. J. 
Brown, J. 
Alexander, J. 
Pole, — dward 
Bell, Bright 
Smith, A. 
White, Andrew 
Alexander, Thomas 

28 M'Lean, A. 
Pettigrew, Miss 
Love, M. 
Fleming, A. 
Maxwell, J. 
White, Jamea 
Dingwall, Mrs. 

29 Henderson, John 
Eussell, J. 
Caldwell, J. 
Paton, J. 
Younger, W. 
M'Naughton, W. 
Faulds, J. 

34 Galbraith's Stores 

35 Laird, Mrs. A. 

36 Campbell, John 

37 Millar, W. 

38 Lennox, J. 

39 Simpson, John 
Graham, T. 
Cochran, R. 
Mathie, Matthew 
Gilchrist, H. 
Struthers, A. 
M'Lellan, Andrew 
Dalglish, Daniel 

40 Cochran, Robert 

41 M'Nee, J. B. 

42 Robertson, W. 
Johnson, John 
Lauder, J. 
Graham, G. 
Hussey, J. 

45 Nardini, P. 
Fountain Gardens 
48 Smith, J. 
Pollan, John 
Hunter, J. 


Cook, B. 
Craig, Robert 

49 Jack, J. K. 

M' Skimming, John 

50 Hannah, Kenneth 
Gilchrist, Wm. 
M'Caig, Miss 
Hendrie, Mrs. R. 

51 Love, M. 
Seggie, Mrs. 
Millar, David 
Dykes, Mrs. D, 
M'Walter, A. 
M'Connachie, Daniel 

52 Howatt, Mrs. Susan 
Pole, Edward 
M'Dougall, J. 
Barr, Mrs. 
Strachan, J. 
M'Kean, Robert 

53 Thomson, Mrs. 
Keith, A. 

Wilson, H. 
M'Garroch, W. 
Arnott, S. 

54 M'Lean, A. 

Anthony, Hugh 

Wilson, W. 

Connell, D. 
WUson, A. 
Langmuir, J. 

Maitland, jun., William 

55 Lang, John 
Stevenson, D. 
Pattison, W. 
Taylor, John 
Ritchie, Nellie 

56 Ritchie, J. 
Smith, R. 
M'Lauchlan, T. 
Langmuir, Mrs. 


6 Graham, John 

Craig, Robert 

Fraser, Robert 
5 Craig, Thomas 

Pe'uock, J-.lin 

Gray, Archibald 


Calside Villa — 

Murray, Robert H. 
Hutchison, William 


Wright, Mrs. 
Netherpark — 

Notman, Miss 

Greenfield, John 

Hamilton, James 

Cumiingham, Misses 
Park Place — 

Crawford, Miss 

Cochran & Co., Adam 

Harvey, Robert 

Cameron, Robert 

Greenlees, Robert 
Infirmary— Nurses' Home 
Lucetta Cottage — 

Sweeiiie, Mrs. i' 

Young, William 

22 Knox, William 
Downs, John 

23 Wnght, Alexander 
Gardiner, John 
O'May, Mrs. 

Calside House — 

Davidson, Charles 
31 Kelly, Mrs. 

Scobie, James 

Russell, James T. 

Gibb, James 
32 Robertijoa, .lohn 

Flockhart, Wiiliam 

Dougall, Samuel 
Burnbank Cottage — 

Campbell, Wm. 
Blithsholm— Pinkerton, Mrs. 
44 Woodrow, John 

Fotheringham, Wm. 

M'Taggart, Mrs. 

Shannon, Andrew 
46 Love, Mrs. 


1 Kerr, Janet 

2 Donaldson, David 

3 Hohnes, Mrs. 

4 M' Gibbon, William 

6 Jackson, James 

7 M'Fadyen, John 

8 Smith, Thomas 


Holmcraig — Gibb, J. E. 
Hafton— Irvine, Frank 
Glenfruin— Tagg. Alexander 
Beltreis — Sample, D. S. 




Elliestoun — Swan, John 

Muirholm — 

Macalaster, John 
Macalaster, J. M. 
Macalaster, W. 


1 Brownridge, Dr. Robt. 

2 Cowan, Mrs. 

3 Morrison, Mrs. 

4 Barr, James 


1 Gilmour, James 
Logan, Miss 
Cmnmings, James 
Turner, Thomas 
Chalmers, James 
Davie, James 


1 Boyd, J. 

9 WUson, — 
Ross, James 
Renfrew, Mrs. 


1 Boyle, James 
Carswell, Miss 
Andrews, Thomas 

2 Mutrie, J. 
Stevenson, Robert 
M'Kinnon, Hugh 
Sfcouce, Mrs. 

3 Muir, Mrs. 
Blair, Mrs. 

Duncan, Mrs. William 
Duncan, Misa 
M'Neil, Mrs, 
M'Lauchlan, Mrs. 
Wilson, Mrs. 

4 Walker, Wm. 
Adam, R. 
Hamilton, Hall 
Walker, George 

5 M'GaUan, John 
Borland, Robert 
Cameron, Duncan 
M'Intyre, Robert 


— M'Gown, Mrs. Wm. G. 
Campbell, Miss 
Edes, Frederick J. Adam- 
Harris, Alexander 
Martin, Francis 
Camphill School 

8 Kingsberry, William 
Buchanan, Miss Kate 
Moncrieff, John 
MiUer, Robert 

Gibson, R. 

9 Reid, John 
Houston, Thomas 
Jeffrey, Andrew 
Carrigan, G-eo. 

10 Leitch, William 
Beckett, M. 

M'Caffery. Wm. 
Skilling, Mrs. 
Allison, William 
Faulds, Mrs. 
Craig, James 
Stewart, Mrs. 
Forsyth, John 

11 Millan, Misses 
Robin, Mrs. John 
Mackie, Robert 


1 Lays'on, Mrs. J. M. 

6 M'Minigle, Henry 

7 Risk, Robert 

8 GifEen, John 
Kerr, Aleiand^ 
Wylie, Ritchie 
Walker, Mrs. 

9 Rennie, John 
11 Cochran, James 

— G. & S.W. Goods Office 
Auchterlonie, William 
(NIB. Railway Goods Sta- 

13 Logan, Sons & Co., Ltd. 

15 Coats, Brothers 

16 Leitch, James 
Black, Joseph 
Irvine, David 

Cowan & Co. 

22 Caldwell, David 

23 Thom, Mrs. 
Paton, — 
Caldwell, David 
Duncanson, William 
Miller, Jonathan 


24 Allison, James 
Nixon, Simon 
Caldwell, John 
Caldwell, Wm. 

29 Reilley, WiUiam 
Ferguson, WilUam 
Allison, Robert 
M'Dougal, James 
Fulton, Wniiam 
Irvine, James 
Love, James 
M'Millan, John 
Orr, Miss 

30 M'Intyre, Robert 
Holden, Lawrence 
Cowan, Archibald 
Brown, Mrs. 
Mack, — 

Marr, John 
Lajig, Peter 
Leckie, Thomas 
Calderwood, Mrs. 
Nixon, John 
Wylie, Hugh 
Galbraith & Co. 

32 Louden, John 
Cruikshanks, — ■ 
Brown, Duncan 

33 Lappin, T. 

34 M'Farlane, Daniel 
Rome, George 
Barr, Alexander 

35 Barr, A. 
Downs, William 

36 Lochhead, Miss 

37 Baptist Mission Hall 

40 Kilpatrick & Co., Thomas 
Speirs, Mrs. 

43 Meichel, William 
Crooks, Mrs. 
Ritchie, — 

44 Thompson, Mrs. 
Russell, Peter 
Wilson, Edward 
Davis, James 

45 Berry, Gilbert 
Hanlon, Mrs. 
Buchanan, Charles 
Docherty, Mrs. 

48 Macmillan, Thomas 
M'Lauchlan, James 
Kelso, Miss 
Lees, Samuel 
Gould, George 
Henderson, James 
Paterson, James 
M'Cafferty, James 





Bowman, ■William 
52 M'Auley, Michael 

Anderson, J. 

White, Mrs. 
54 Howe, Mrs. 
56 Donald, William 

Kay, M. Y. 
67 M'Kay, Mrs. 

Orr, Andrew 

• Lemay, Mrs. 

Carnduff, John 

Glover, William 
60 Bowie, Mrs. Walter 
62 Reid, Wm. 

Dunlop, Peter 

65 Wilson, James 
Crooks, John 

66 Docherty, Patrick 

M' Queen, Alexander D. 

67 Cameron, Robert 

68 M'Crossan, F. W. 

70 M'Lelland, William 
M'Phail, jun., Hugh 

71 Myles, Henry 

72 Holmes, Robert 

73 Stevenson, Miss Marion 

74 Robertson & Gilchrist 

75 Cowden, John 
Wilson, W. B. 

77 Pender, John 
M'Kenzie, A. 
Barclay, A. 

78 Wright, Hugh 

80 Pergusson, Peter 
M'Laren, Archibald 

82 Boyd, James M. 
Steven, Mrs. William 
Blane, George 

86 Waddell, Wm. 
Adam, Martin 

87 M'(Jee, John 

88 Risk, Robert 
90 Ferguson, Jofin 


10 M'Ewan, Robert 
Lees, Miss 
Young, A. 
Donald, R. 
Millar, J. 

— Carbrook Street School 

11 Smith, R. 
M'Guffigen, John 
Pattison, John 
M'Dougall, Hugh 

12 Armour, W. & R. 


Hunter, David 
Mitchell, Mrs. 
Higgins, J. 
St. James R.C. School 


Dunn, A. G. 
Hamilton, Robert 
Reynolds, Owen 


Brown & Poison 


1 Hart, Robert 
3 Mylet, Samuel 
5 Hamilton, Robert 

7 Strachan, James 

8 M'MUlan, John 
Shankland, Mrs. 
Shankland, James 
Cook, Thomas 
M'Millan, J. G. 

11 Young, Hugh 
M'Innes, Mary 

13 Wilson, M. & J. 

14 M'Laucblan, Mrs. 
War drop, James 

17 Equitable Co-op. Society, 

Johnston, Edward 
Knox, Robert 
Ritchie, Wm. 
Anderson, John 

18 Law, Francis 

19 Mitchell, Wm. 
23 M'Lune, Wm. 

Montgomery, Mrs. 

25 Simpson, Samuel 
Mylet, William 

26 M'Nab, Miss W. 

27 Hamilton, Jas. 
Porteous, Mrs. 
Pollock, Mrs. 
Macausland, Mrs. 
Mylet, Samuel 

29 Abbot, Joseph 
Thompson, — 
Faulds, Wm. 
Kennedy, James 
Spence, John 

30 Wyllie, E. 


Boyd, T. H. 

31 Ross, Wm. 
Galbraith's Stores 
Allison, Mrs. 

32 Robertson, Mrs. M. 
Tannahill, Matthew 
Mitchell, David 
Gray, Robert 
Hogarth Cycle Works 

32 M'Muchau, — 
Little, J. 


Thrushcraig Villa — 

Cochrane, Hugh 
Greenbank — Kerr, Miss 
Craigellen — ^M'Lennan, Mrs. 
Ingleside — ^Wotherington, W. 
Hawthornden — Drew, Jas. P. 
Armadale — Peden, Wm. S. 
Woodville — Harvie, — 
Bonally — Campbell, J. M. 
Stanley View — Lang, R. 
St. Clair— Smith, D. S. 
Park Gate — 

Wood, John 

Macfarlane, Mrs. 
South Park House — 

Smith, Mrs. Chaa. 

Smith, Benjamin 

Clark, Gerald 

Cunningham, Mrs. 

Thomson, Allan 

Ferguson, Robert 

Simmonds, Mrs. 
Barnscroft — Drew, M. J. 
Primrose Bank — ■ 

Murray, John 
Primrose Cottage — 

Kirkwood, Mrs. 
Carriagehill House — 

Paton & Co., David 

Finlayson, Alexander 

M'Intosh, Thomas 


Small, James 
Anderson, Bros. 
Adelphi Hall 




2 Reid, Joseph 
Robertson, James 

3 Reid, James 
Hollis, Misses 
Glen, Alexander 


— TJ.F. Church 
Mount Pleasant — 

Hutton, Rev. Principal 
Redholme — 

Abercrombie, T. G. 
Eowantrees — ^Abercrombie, A. 
Westlands — ^Begg, James 
BelmonlJ— Craig, A. P. 
Ashgrove — 

Henderson, iTfev. Andrew 
Perndean — Coats, William 

— Robertson, John 
Priory Park — Young, Mrs. J. 
Elms — Gardner, William 
Ecclestoun — ^Young, James H. 

— Jack, Peter 
South Manse — 

Metcalfe, Rev. William M. 
Mossgiel — Smith, Hugh 
Pairholm — M'Lennan, W. B. 
Laurels — ^Loohhead, Joseph M. 
The Cottage— Watt, George 
Dunrod — Gardner, Alexander 
Dunscore — ^Bow, William 
Bouthdene — 

M'Callum, John M. 
Muirfield — Russell, Robert 
East Knowe — Millar, John 
Creichmore — 

Millar, James G. C. 
Nietherton — 

Greenlees, Thomas 
Englethwaite — 

Cook, Mrs. James 
Hilden — ^Agate, William 
Wallacebank — Young, Jas. A. 
Rosemount — 

Allison, Robert 
Warriston — Rowat, Thomas 
The Mound — Dunn, James H. 
Woodend — Hodge, Thomas 
Edge Hill— Baird, John P. 
St. James Manse — 

Walton, Rev. W. A. 
Morven — Smith, T. Gow 
Talliallan — Wilson, David 


Glenrod — 

Parlane, Robert 
Parlane, John 
[Newton Bank — • 

M'Kean, Miss 
Ellengowan — Coats, George H. 
Edgemont — ^Dobie, George 
Ravenswood — Taylor, John 
Dariel — Dobie, William 
Dalblair — Hamilton, James P. 
Gowanlea — 

Pleming, Rev. A. G. 
Annfield — 

Muir, John 

Muir, Rodger W. 
Dunalister — Taylor, William 
Martyrs*^ Manse — 

Thomson, Rev. Jas., B.D. 
Glencairn — Cairns, Alexander 
Glenfield Cottage — 

Dunsmore, James 

Dunsmore, Matthew 

Brownlie, Mrs. 
Hazelwood — Reid, T. P. 
Pree Martyrs' Manse — 

Strang, Rev. R. C, M.A. 
Norwell — ^Adani, John 
Pirgrove — Currie, Adam 
Hayfleld — Coats, Allan 
The WUlows— Allan, John S. 
Braefoot — Baldwin, Miss 

Airlie, Miss 


1 Craig, D. 

Dunlop, D. 

Hart, Miss Mary 

M'Parlane, — 
3 M' Arthur, Dr. John M. 
5 Pattison, Wm. B. 

Macaulay, John 

7 Gilmour, William 

8 Pah-lie, A. 
12 M'Grand, J. 

Kelly, G. 

Speirs, J. 

Mutrie, Mrs. 

Russell, Wm. 

Kane, James 

Goran, Miss 

Hall, Robert 
16 Blair, James 
21 M'Intyre, R. 

Walker, A. 

Tulloch, J. 


Taylor, Mrs. Thomas 
Black, — 

32 Morrison, P. 

— St. Barnabas' Episcopal 

28 M'Lellan, John 

29 Nelson, John 

33 Walker, Alex. 

35 Wilson, James M. 


1 Archibald, Tliomas 

2 Thomson, J. & J. 
Townley, Mrs. 
Campbell, William 
Home Knittuig Company 

4 Campbell, J. 
Alexander, John 0. 
Wilson, J. D. 
Atkinson, J. 
Arnea, Jas. 

5 Hunter & Goudie 
Galletly, David 
Gribben, D. C. 

6 Guthrie & Co., Robert 
Cochran & Co., Wm, 

8 M'Arthur, J. & J. 
Murphy, Mitchell & Co. 
Whitehill & Co., M. 
Kerr, Janet 
10 Whiriskey, James 

12 "Express" Office 
Shaw, Mary A. 
Y.W.C.A. Rooms 
Y.M.C.A. Rooms 
Cochrane, Robert 

Reid & Donaldson, T. P. 

13 Greenlees, A. & J. W. 
CaldweU, T. 
Buchanan, J, 

14 Provident Co-op. Society 

Provident Co-op. Society 

(Boot and Shoe) 
Carswell, John & Co. 

15 Buchanan, James 

16 Watson, William 
Beacon, J. R. 
Perri. C. 
M'Cartney, John 
M'Millan, Neil 
M'Kellar, M. 
Craig. William 
M'Millan, David 

18 Morton, ^fndrew 




White, C. 
Eobin, Mrs. Jane 
19 Watson, Miss Jessie 
Black, Alex. 
Morton, Andrew 

25 Watson, A. & W. 
Anderson, William 
Wilson, Agnes 
Christie, Robert 
Mason, J. 
Fleming, Mrs. 
Crooks, Sydney 
StabeU, H. 
Hodge, M. 
M'Intyre, P. 
M'Kean, Mrs. 
Scaife, M. 

26 Matchett, John 
Drysdale, David 
Shaw, J. 
Thompson, M. 
Shaw, Smith 
Auld, Hugh 
Hunter, James 
Dunbar & Co., A. 
Polio, G-. 

27 Foulds, Rodger 
Telfer, J. H. 
Wallace, James 
Barbour, J. M. 
Hume, W. 
Lang, W. 
Lang, Miss 
Shaw, James 
Moleshead, Andrew 
Foulds, Roger 

28 Duncan, M.D., James 
Wallace, E. 

Orr, J. 
Boskill, Thcs. 
Paterson, D. 
Hume, Mrs. 
Borison, Agnes 
Glasgow and Govan Boot 
Repairing Co. 
-28-29 Lochhead & Co., G. F. 

29 Rorison, A. 

Equitable Co-op. Society, 
Ltd. (Branch [No.. 4) 
Maclndoe, Wm. 

30 Shaw, Smith 
Health Food Stores 
Allison, John 
Young, E. 
Dunlop, J. T. 
Eeid, Wm. 
M'MUlan, J. 

31 Glen, Mrs. 

Aerl, William 
Steeii, A. 
Murray, Mrs. 
Ferguson, Miss 
Malcolm, James 
Henderson, Mrs. 
Robertson, J. 
Todd, M. 
Johnston, John 
Waundrum, James 
Lees, David 

32 M'Glashan & Co., Jas. 
Colquhoun, J. 
Spence, Mrs. 
Towns, ^9". 

' Kelly,, Miss 
Douglas, J. 
Fulton, Mrs. 
Eobertson, J. 
Anderson, James 

33 M'Intyre, Mrs. A. 
Glen, Allan 
Black, John 
Painter, Wm. 
Black, Joseph 
Eichmond, James 

34 Melville, Alex. 
Waddell, W. 
Malcolm, Andrew 
Porteous, Wm. 
Carswell, D. 
Phillip, W. 
Phillips, M'-s. 

35 Henderson, John 
Eodger, A. 
Simmonds, E. 
Gibson, James 
Souden, J. E. 
Wilkinson, Wm. 
Peddie, J. 
Borland, Thomas 

36 Paton, Robert 

37 Swan, J. & M. 
Alexander & Co. 
Barr, J. 

Park, E. 
Dykes, H. 
M'Millan, Angus 

38 Purdon, E. 
O'Donnell, Arthur 
Wallace, Alex. 
Browning, Mrs. 
Wright, A. 
Fleming, James 
Hare, — ■ 
Sutcliffe, H. 
JsTicholson, H. 

39 Nichol, Wm. 

Watt, sen. , Wm. 
White, G. L. 
Simpson, S. 
Cochran, Jas. 
Morris, C. B. 
Boyd, D. 
45 Barr, James 

47 Bell & Son, Ltd., A. 

48 Alexander, Mrs. William 
Mathieson, Miss M. 
Williamson, — 
Eussell, Mrs. William 
Howat, K. 

Scott, Mrs. 
50 Munro, Hector 
Jarvey, Misses 
Wilson, Mrs. David 
Sherriden, J. 
AUan, J. S. 
Hutchison, Mrs. Jane 

52 Murdoch, Thomas 

53 Davidson, Jas. 

54 Wills, James 
Fulton, David 
Scarlett, James 
Kelly, Miss M. 
Ballantyne, Mrs. 
Craig, David 
M'Lean, John 
Moore, Wm. 

55 Stevenson, Dr. 
Hamilton, Robert 
Eobertson, Mrs. 
Eobb, Thomas 
Hamilton, James 
Beckett, J. & M. 

56 Wilson, Archibald 
M'Millan, J. G. 
Buchanan, Miss 
Morrison, James 

57 Shearer, J. 

58 Hamilton,'"Mrs. James 
More, Mrs. 
Frondigoun, Edward 

59 Cunnmgham, Mrs. 
Eennie, John 

60 Adam, Alexander 
Ewing, John 
Sorbie, Thos. 
Aitken, John 
M'Gregor, Feter 
Macaulay, Eobert 
Paterson, Miss A. 

61 Brown, A. & M. 
Ewing, John 

62 Orchardson, Eobert 
M'Taggart, L. ,^ 

63 MacKean, J, & Son '* 




Small, Wm. 102 Sandilands, John 

Holmes. M.B., CM., J. D. Henderson & Agnew 

€4 & 65 School 

66 Kelso, Mrs. James 

67 Thomson, J. K. 
Gilmour, Jamea 

68 M'Gregor, James 
Eennie, John 

69 Forbes, William 
Walker, James 

— Railway Station 
South U.F. Church 

— School 

77 Fernie, Elizabeth 
84 M'Kellar, Archd. 
Sb Lawson, Mrs. John 
88 Fella, S. 

M'Kenzie, Hugh 

Stevenson, Wm. 

Mitchell, Mrs. Andrew 
89 Cramb, James 

M'Leod, Mrs. J. 

Wilson, W. B. 

90 M 'Naught, Alex. 

91 Lockie, Robt. 
Allan, James 
Provident Co-op. Society, 


92 Galbreath Bros. 
Pullar, Chas. 
M'Cusker, Mrs. 
Lockie, Robert 
Wilson, Mrs. 

53 Hamilton, Miss M. 
Kelly, M. & W. 
Leggatt, J. 

94 Hodge, Mitchell & Co. 
Thorn, Mrs. M. 
Baillie, Mrs. James 

95 Meiklejohn, Adam 
Paxton & Sons, M. 
M'Farlane, Alex. 

96 Hamilton, James 

97 Taylor, Thomas 
Carse, Robert 

97 Ure, Thomas 
Clow, Dr. Wm. 

98 MEachram, Mrs. 
Glassford, J. E. 
Galbreath, Robert 

S9 M'Intvre, Peter 
Barr, George 
Aitken, James 
Haran & Sons, N. G. 

100 Gibson. David 

^ Williams, Mrs. 

101 Robertson, Mrs. 
Marshall, James 

103 M'Millan, David A. 

104 Lorimer, James C. 

105 Phillips, Wm. 
Morrison, Alex. 
Pollock, Daniel 

106 Millar & Son, James 

107 Brown, juu. & Co., Wm. 
M'Kenzie, Mrs. 

108 Galletly, Mrs. D. 

109 Douglas, J&mie 
G-lover & Hardie 

Painters' Hall 
Free Breakfast Mission 
Deaf and Dumb Mission 
M'Glashan, Alex. 
Halden, Miss 
Cochran, R. S. 
Kilpatrick, A. & J. 

110 Paton, jun., James 
Barr, Stirrat & Co. 
Adam Bros. 
Storie, John 

111 Knight, Sons & Co. 

Melville, Daniel 

Caldwell, James 

Shand, Peter 

Knox, George 

Catholic Young Men's 

Campbell, Archibald 
Walsh, Wm. 


Burnlet Cottage — 

M'Grath, M. 
Eurnfoot Cottage — 

Thomson, Peter 
— Cochrane, John 
Eopework — Peacock, Wm. 
Chemical Works — 

Forrest & Son, William 


1 Irvine, David 

Hutton, George 
Cochran, Allan 

Young, Thomas 

2 Barr, William 

Muir, Nathaniel 


1 Wallach, Mrs. 

Paterson, Andrew 

Adam, Joseph 

M'Geoch, Andrew 
2 Wallace, C. 
4 Cameron, A. 

Haran, James 

Wylie, J. 

Smith, M. 

Independent Labour Party 5 Adam, Miss Elizabeth 

Spruell, Mrs. 
Glasgow, Charles 

6 Burnett, George 
Niven, William 

65 M'Lay, John 
Borland, Alex. 
Kelso, Andrew 
Salvation Army Hcuse 

— East Public School 

7 Black, Jas. K. 
Peter Coats' s Stables 

8 SpreuU, Andrew 

Park & Co., A. H. 
Cassidy, jun., Edward 
EUiot, A. 
Kilpatrick, Alex. H. 
Park, Robert 

112 Rowe & Co. 
Bryce, D. & J. P. 
Chapniaii, George 

Association for the Poor 
Smith, Robert 

113 Walkers & Co. 
Law, Wm. 

M'Lennan & Son, T. B. 
Brodie, Alex. 

114 & 115 Paisley Co.op. Manu- 

facturing Society, Lta. 


Lexwell House — ■ 

Rafferty, Thomas 


1 Knox, James 

2 Sinclair, Mrs. 
Masson, John W. 
Sinclair, Mrs. C. 
Macfedries, Wm. 
M'Nicol, Robert 
Eeid, Mrs. 




Cairns, Miss 
Duncan, Dr. 
— High Parish Church 
Oakshaw School 
Middle Church 
Middle Church Hall 


1 Sweeney, John 
Crawford, A. 
Vance, J. 

— Globe Hotel 

2 Groudie, Misses 
Holms, Mrs. 


la Blaokley, Annie 
1 Mason, Thomas 

Scott, Thomas 

Glen, Allan 

Arnott, Wm. 

Cull en, John 

Gowan, James 
8 ISTeilson, Andrew 

Lyle, Matthew 
6 Beaton, Parquhar 

Brown, James 

Carruth, George 
4 Paterson, Robert 

Pisher, John 


1 Dobie & Son, George 
2 "loung & Kelly 
Scott, William 

3 Hanson, James 

4 Picken, James 
Clark, Peter 

5 Fleming, Gilbert 
Cottham, William 
Wilson, Andrew 
Cottham, John 

6 Parmer, Rotert 
Vernar, Charles 

7 Lilla & Edwards 
Paterson, Robert 
Richard Smith's Execj 

tors, Ltd. 
Speirs, Gibb & Co. 


Cairns & Sons, Ale-tander 
M'Crae, Robert 
Craig & Gardiner 

39 Crawford, James • 
Mains, Colin 

40 Paterson, Robert 
Stevenson, Thomas 

Goods Station — St. James 


1 M'Innes, W. 

3 M'Innes, J. S. 
Bell, Robert 
Stewart, A. 

- Jamieson, D. 
Bell, D. 

6 Pinlay, Edward 

7 Weir, Robert 
15 Terrier, R. 

Boyd, Winton 
17 Oliver, R. 
Bryce, Joseph 
Cussells, J. 
Craig, Thomas 


1 Martin, H. 
Ledtch, Mrs. 

2 Donaldson, James 

3 Hislop, Wm. 
M' Sporran, Mrs. 

AVitherington, Jolin 
Purves, John 
M'Gough. Robert 

4 Cochran, James 
Greenlees, Mrs. 

M'Lean, William 
Murray, Mrs. 
Motherwell, Robert 

5 Morris, John 
M'N-air, A. 
Poran, John 
Robertson, Thomas 
Mair, William 

6 Knox, Mrs. 
M'Gregor, Mrs. 
Dykes, Miss 
Muir, Mrs. 

7 Wilson, John 
M'Gourlay, Thomas 
Black, George 
Small, William 

Cameron, W. 
M'Nee, R. 

8 White, John 
Doig, Alexander 
Lyle, John 
Nelson, Miss 
Stevenson, A. 

9 Roy, Thomas 
Thomson, John 
Stewart, William 
Mitchell, James 
Graham, William 

10 Slater, Andrew 
Hogg, James 
Baxter, William 
Beattie, Joseph 
Gilmour, John K. 

11 Brown, William 
Cowan, John 
Wilkie, J. 
Laidiaw, John 

12 Richardson, Peter 
Anderson, -Adam 
Clark, John 
GaUreath, Mrs. 

13 Couser, Charles 
Gemmell, Archibald 
Giltrap, H. 
Templeton, Mrs. 
Graham, James 

14 Lochliead, James 
M'Kay, Miss 
Donaldson, James 
Leitch, Arthur 
Pollock, James 


M'Padyen, Angus 

Thomson, R. 

Baird, W. & R. 

Cunningham, John 

Breslin, Daniel 

Wardrop, James 

Drew & Sons, Ltd., M. 

Paisley Co-op. Manufac- 
turing Society, Ltd. 

Drew, Robert 

Colinslee Chemical Co., 

Wilson & Co., J. 


f M'Kinnon, Wm. 
iJampbell, Archd. 






JNewark — 

Grreenlees, jun., Thomas 
Corsbie — Boyd, George V. 


1 Provident Co-op. Society 
Eglin, John 

2 Barr, Andrew 
Emmerson, Mrs. Agnes 

4 WUson, Edward 
Cameron, William 

6 Noble, Robert 
Adam, James 
Calvin, B(,)bert 
Whiteford, Andrew 
Millar, Miss 

7 Noble & Son, Henry 

8 Smith, Mrs. 

9 M'Glade, Joseph 

10 Macdougall, Donald 
Neile, James 
M'Farlane, Walter 
Easdon, William 

11 Sibbet, Wm. 

12 M'Garrity, John 

13 Gemmell, Matthew 
Gemmell, Andrew 

14 Mains, Thomas 
15 & 19 ^Speirs, Tohn 

16 Powrie, Alex. 

17 M'Intyre. Peter 
21 Abbey Close Mission Hall 

23 Wilson, Mrs. R. 

24 Begg, Thomas G. 
Begg & Son, John 
Fitzpatrick, Elizabeth 
Hendry, Hugh 

25 M'Cracken, R, 
Taylor, Robert 

26 Young, Mrs. 

30 Wotherspoon, Robert 
Ferguson, Mrs. John 
Ferguson, James T. 

31 M'Millan, Mary 

32 Brown, James 
Weir, William 
French, Mrs. 

Christie, sen., Jas. 
Thomson, .1. 

"Glasgow Herald" Office 
"Glasgow Evening Times" 

Paterson, Miss 

4 Welch, Wm. 
"Glasgow Weekly Mail" 


5 Adam, John 
Jackson & Abercrombie 
Taylor, J. H. 

Refuge Assurance Com- 
pany, Ltd. 

M'Cowan, Mrs. 

Baxter, John 

M'Nish, Wm. 
— Post Office 

Railway Station 

Glasgow Tramway and 
Omnibus Co., Ltd. 

Cabmens' Rest 

Gas Meter Office 

Municipal Buildings 
Town Chamberlain s Office — 

Thomson, Robert 

Christie, Alexander 
Town Clerk's Office— 

Marthi, Fra. 

Police Office 


Ferguslie House — 

Glen-Coats, Bart., Sir T. 
liodge-keeper — Jennison, R. 
Craigielea Place — Ja. Caldwell 
Ferguslie Lodge- 
Clark, Robertson 

Cameron, William 
Craigielea Land — 

Allison, Carse 

Reid, John 

Welsh, James 
Craigielea ■ Cottage — 

Caldwell, jun., J. 
Craigielea — 

Muir. John 

Yuill, William 

Marsilla — Galbraith, Charles 
Aldersyde — Hutchison, Robert 
Roslyn — Thomson, Andrew 
Woodbank — 

Walmsley, John 
Brownheath — Wilson, John 
Deanside — Hart, George 
Auchencraig — 

Abercrombie, John 
The Shelling- 

Donald, Robert H. 
Riccartsbar — Donald, Mrs Jas. 


9 Salvation Army Hall 
11 M'Lachlan, John 


1 Smith, Charles 
M'Ardle, Patrick James 
Langmuir, Walter 
Dick, Peter 

Macrae, WUliam 
Wallace, Robert N. 
Wilson, James H. 

2 Ross, jun., Alexander 
Smith, J. 

Parlane, Mrs. 
Dickson, Thomas L. 
Sim, J. C. 
Donaldson, John 
Fulton, Mrs. 

3 Alexander, John Y. 
Dunlop, M. 
Buchanan, Joseph 
Winning, Robert 
Rae, Mrs. 
M'Intosh, James 

4 M'Creery, Francis 
Reid. Miss 
Young, jun., John 


1 Abercrombie, T. G. 

2 Creery & Sons, John 
Young, William 

3 Gardrter, Jas. 
Reids & Campbell 


Paisley Asylum 
Parish Asylum 
Calder. John 
Knoll — Donald, jun., James 


1 Hannah, Henry) 

Kennedy, John 
Cassidy, Mrs. A. 
Cowden, Mrs. M. 
Findlay, Peter 
Cherry, James 
Caldwell, Wm. 
Paton, Miss 

2 Russell, James 




Muir, William 
Kilpatrick, James B. 
Little, Simon 
M'Intyre, James 
M Nicol, John 
Paxton, Matthew 
Clark, Mrs. 


7 Crosbie, Miss A. 

Orr, W. 

M'Pherson, J. 

Kennedy, G-. 

Watson, Mrs. 

Kennedy, Miss 
9 Donnelly, John 

Hamilton, A. 

Hamilton, R. 

Wilson, D. 

Peacock, J. 

Irvine, B. 
11 Bain, John 

Kerr, John 

Mull an, James 

Wilson, David 
13 Finlay, Wm. 

Smith, David 

Gemmill, A. C. 

Cameron, Job" 


1 Gray, Agnes 
Tbomson, James 
Moro'an, Charles 

2 Arthur, James 
Harrigan, Duncan 
Connell, Alex. 
Aitken, Allan 

Naismith, David 
Wylie, Alex. 

3 Glen, Samuel 
Dickson, T. 
Rodger, Jame-s 
MUler, R. 

4 Houston, A. 
Meek, C. S. 
Paterson, Robert 
Armour, J. 
M'Vicar, A. 
Tannahill, J. 

5 Clark, H. 
M'Goff, B. 

Plockhart, W. 
M'Daid, D. 
M'Intosh, John 
Hedges, E. 
Arthur, J. 
Brown, D. 
Watson, W. 
Cowan, Archd. 
Stewart, William 
Sheppard, Mrs. 


Good Templar Halls 
Gardner, Alexander 
Duncan, William 
Kilpatrick & Son, James 

12 Rigali, J, 

13 Dale, Mrs. Ellen 


Crighton, W. 
M'Lachlan, Wm. 
M;vxwell, Mrs. E. 

4 Kelly, D. 
M'Lerie, Samuel 
Shaw, J. 
Ritchie, Mrs. 

5 Morrison, F. 
Hercus, J. 

6 War drop, J. 
Callander, Alex. 
Allan, William 
Kennedy, Mrs. 


2 & 3 M'Girr, Robert 
M'Donald, Roderick 

4 Pollock, Robert 

5 Pollock & Son, S. 
M'Gown & Son, Adam 


1 Hood, Ann 

2 Chisholm, Very Rev. Pro- 

vost Hugh 

3 R.C. Church 

4 St. Joseph's School 
Schiman, Miss 

5 Brown, Mrs. 
Hallsworth, Mrs. Catherine 
Joint Line Stables 
Lang, Hugh 

Gateilat — Lcgan, John 
— ^Robb, Thomas 
Greenlaw Cottage — 
M'Donald, John 

6 M'Donald, Daniel 
Lorimer, Alexander 
Forsyth, James 

St. Margarets Convent 


1 Christie, J. 

Garven. Miss 
Warnock, Maxwell 
Stevenson, A. 
Stevenson. A. 

2 Kennedy, George 

Reid, T. 
Scott, W. M. 

3 Roy, Mrs. A. 


1 Smith, Alexander 

4 Ritchie, John 
Ritchie, ^urs. R. 

5 Ferguslie Kitchen 
9 Brown, William 

Weir, James 
Weir, Miss 
Wilson, Walter 
CarndufE, John 
Thomson, Mrs. 


1 Calderwood, James 
Cornelius, George 
Semple, William 

4 Stewart, Mrs. 

10 Brown & Co., Robert 

11 M'Aulay, — 
Wills, James 
Orr, James 
Gillan. — 
Barr, Hugh 
M'Stravick, David 
Gillon, Alex. 




13 M'Kinnon, D. 
Craig, P. 
Caldwell, Mrs. 
M'Farlane, Alex. 


Ealside Cottage — Harley, J. M. 
Rosehill—M' Walter, Mrs. R. 
Glenbrae — Stewart, Miss A. 
Valside House — Stewart, J. B. 

5 Alexander, Robert J. 

6 Muir, J. 

8 Docherty, W. 
Robinson, Samuel 
Killoch, William 

9 Mason, David 
Dunn, John 

10 Cochrane, Mrs. 
Orr, Hugh 
Carline, Bernard 

11 Lawson, Matthew 
Mason, D. 

12 Crawford, W. 
Kemp. Albert E. 

13 Kelso, T. 

15 Lochhead, Andrew 


8 Brown, Mrs. Jane 

11 Graham, J. 

12 Paton, Miss Kate 

13 M'Dermott Bernard 

15 Coats' s Girls' Club 
Forbes, Mrs. 

16 Ralston, David 

17 Houston, James 
24 Anderson, Jolm 

Mills, Thomas 

28 Redpath, John 
M'Kendrick, George 
Martin, William 

29 Mitchell, Mrs. 

30 Moncrieff, John 

32 Ballantyne, Charles 4 

36 Johnston, James 
Wilson & Son, Thomas 

37 M'Innes, Jolm 
Lee, Jane 
Weddell, James 

38 M'Cowan, Robert 

Stewart, A. M. 

Taylor, William 9 


39 Aitken, James 
41 M'Dowal], James 

Eankin, R. G. 

Eaglesim, Archibald 


1 Lyle, Alexander 
Johnstone, — 
Irvine, — 

2 Chalmers, William 
Graham, Robert 

3 Cowie, John 
Malcolmson, N". 
Barrett, C. H. 
Martin, Neil 

4 Steel, William 
M'Farlane, James 
Mason, James 
Anderson, David 

5 Thomson, E. 
Martin, Andrew B. 
Scott, Allan 

6 Alexander, John 

7 Innes, William 

8 Colquhoun, Archibald 
Craig, William 


1 Howe, James 

2 Scott, Robert 
Reading Room 
Bruce, Jolm 
M'Cormack, A. 


2 Evangrplical Union Church 
Dundas, Porteous 

3 " Queen's Own " Royal 

Glasgow Imperial- Teo- 
manry ("C ' Squadron) 
& 5 Parr & Co. 

5 Logan & Gardiner 

6 Pollock & Co. 
New Club 
Lehman, Stephen 

8 Dutch, D. M. 

Lang, Robert 

Thomson. Peter 
, 10, & 11 Smith Bros. & Co. 

7 Smith, David 


1 M'Lean, Alex. 

2 Edmords, H. S. 

3 Brown, J. 
Laird, Annie 
Hill, John 
Caldwell, Mrs. 

Dickie. David 

4 Cook, Benjamin 
Gardner, Mrs. 
Cook, Mrs. Jane 
Kennedy, jun., David 
Baiid, George 

5 Miller, Mrs. 
Millar, Miss 
Sinclair, Daniel 
Pottie, Mrs. 

6 Hendry, Robert 
Abbey Manse- 
Gentles, D.D., Rev. Thos. 

Abbey Manse Lodge — 

Crumley, William 
— Grammar School 
Garthland House — 

Bryce, James 

Gardner, Dr. 

Sinclair, Daniel 


1 FuUerton, John 

2 Park, Rev. George 

3 Graham, Dr. Thomas 

4 Symington, Mrs. J. M. 

5 Coats, Daniel 

6 Millar, Alexander 

7 Burns, Rev. A. Fyfe 

8 M'Kean, Mrs. William 

9 Livingstone, M.B., CM., 


garthlantd lane. 

3 Roxburgh, 0. T- 

4 Roxbureli & Sons, Robert 
Laird, Annie 

7 Murray, Alexander 




Wylie, John 
Halliday, Archibald 
Dunlop, William 

8 Adams, Da\^d 
Hunter, James 
White, Mrs. Mary 
Conn, P. 

9 Catterson, T. 
Blair, Mrs. 
Russell, James 
Livingstone, John 

10 Wilson, Robert 
— Abercorn Bowling Green 


Janefield Villa — 

Cook, Mrs. Archibald 

2 Fairfield— M'William, W. 

3 Hill, William 

4 Millar, J. 

& Scott, Janet 
White, Miss 

6 Balderston, J. 
Craig, Mrs. A. 

7 Barr, Mrs. J. B. 

8 Connell, J. 
Hendersn, Robert 

9 Taylor, J. H. 
Thomson, — 
Henry, J. 

The Cottage- 
Barclay, Miss 
Campbell, James 

10 Watson, Wm. 

Gateside Xursery — 
M'Dermid, D. 


1 Young, Sam 

Taylor, Thomas Henry, 

2 Milne, George 
Cowden, Matthew 
Baird, James 
Higgin, Mrs. 
Patterson, Samuel 

.1 Renucci, Amedeo 
Caldwell, Miss 
Russell, Robert 
M'Guiness, James 
M'Adam, Mrs. 

4 Logan, James 
Craig, James 
Kennedy, David 
Brown, Robert 
5Donald, Dr. Hugh Colligan 
Donald, Dr. Archibald 
Donald, Dr. John 

7 Mitchell, Robert 
Brodie, Thomas 
Jardine, Thomas 
KiULn, Alexander 

8 Menzies, Archibald 

9 Marshall, James 

10 Dobbie, William 
Herd, John 

11 Easdon, Wm. 
Wright Bros. 

Glasgow and Govan Boot 
Repairing Company 

12 Laird, Joseph 
Crawford, Mrs. Sarah 
Deans, Miss Mary Ann 
Summers, James 

14 Scott & Brown 
Ireland, William 
Rutherford, Alexander H. 
urr, Mrs. 

Stewart, Allan 

15 Muldoon, Mrs. James 
Kennedy, David 
Wright, James 
Rutherford, Alexander 
Leonard, Mrs. 

Knox, James 

16 M'Colgan, Mrs. John 

17 M'Cracken, James 
Cowan & Stewart 

18 Walker, James 
Brannan, Misses 

19 Nicol, Hamilton A. 
Dundas & Porteous 
Ballantyne & Son, John 
Qufn, Peter 
Robertson, Thomas 
M'Kinnon, Malcolm 
Rock, T. J. 

Logic, W. 
Wliite, Mrs. G. 
Gillolly, Peter 

20 Livins'stone. Daniel 

21 Culloch, Hugh 
Arnott, William 
Adam, Robert 
Lindsay, George 

21 Stewart, Mrs. G. P. 
23 Ballantyne, James 

Cook, William 

M' Cowan, R. T. 

24 Holms, Dr. John 
Gibson & Wyiie 
ISTisbet, Mrs. Margaret 

25 Galbraith's 
Hutchison & Son, D. T. 
Hutchison & Co., D. T. 
Maxwell, William 

26 Craig, James 
Killin, Alexander 
Anderson, James 

27 Boyd, James 
Curr, William 
Scott, James 
Boyd, James 
M'Ginty, Misses 

28 Bruce. Dr. Robert 

29 Bain, James H. 

30 Pratt, David 
Davis, Alex. 

31 Baird, C. P. 
Brown. Robert 
M'Geoch, Lennie 
Holroyd, A. 
Brown, Thomas 

32 MacKay & Co., John 

33 Reid, James 
Cherry, James 
Ganson, George A. 
Thomson, Catherine 
Chapman, John 
Millar, William 
Innes, Mrs. Janet 

34 Glen, Agnes 


1 MTarlane, Alexander 
Morrison, Mrs. 

2 Walker, Mrs. 
Anderson, William 
Fleming, James 
Barr, Mrs. James 

3 Trench, Thomas 
Tyre, George 
Stewart, Mrs. 
Hamilton, Mrs. 
M'Intosh, Mrs. J. 

3J Hamilton, Mrs. 
Stewart, John C. 
Main, Joseph 
Carse, Richard 
Hamilton, Alex. 

4 Inglis, M. & E. 
Hutchison, Mrs. Henry 
Taylor, Thomas 
Stewait, James 
Pollock, Mrs. 






Weir, Mrs. Robert 

5 Herd, Alex. H. 
Crawford, John 
Leitcli, Archibald 

Hamilton, George 

6 Hart, Thomas 
Leitch, Mrs. William 
Glen, senior, Allan 
Wilson, Mrs. jane 

7 Gibb, Alex. 
Finn, Mrs. Janet 
Osborne, James 
Young, Janet 
Barbour, Mrs. Robert 

8 Turner, Barr 
Towers, William 
Adam, Robert 
Cochrane, William 
Deans, Robert 
Morrison, Mrs. 

9 Morton, J. H. & Co. 
Wilson, Thomas 

10 White, Peter C. 

12 Alexander, Thomas 

— Xew Jerusalem Church 

13 Hart, John 
Allison, William 
Provan, Miss 
Hill, Alex. 

15 Colquhoun, Alex. 

16 Dick, Mrs. 
Baird, Robert 
Russell, William 
Provan, John 

17 Dick, Mrs. 
Arthur, Samuel 
Watt, WiUiam 

18 Smith, Miss 
M'Donald, Robert 

19 Beacon, Mrs. A. 
Andrew, Miss 
Rankin, Mrs. 
Turner, Alexander 

Allan, Alexander 

20 Muir, Mrs. James 
Picken, John 
M'MannuR, .James 

— George Sireet U.P. Church 

23 M'Arthur, John 
Pollock, James 

24 M'Nair, Mrs. 
Wallace, J. 
Leggat, Hugh 

Faulds & Co., Ltd.), Wm. 

25 Duff, William 
Glen, J. 
Forsyth, Joseph 
Ritchie, John 

26 M'Gee, John 
Hamilton, Mrs. John 

27 M'Kellar, Archibald 
Wright, John 
M'Curdie, Tamric; 
Stirling, Hugh 

28 M'Kellar, Daniel 
Carnochan, Gordon 
Tweedale, John 

29 Smith, Marion 
Flemmg, Mrs. Mary 

31 Wallace, Julm 
52 Hunter, Mrs. Alex. 
Wilson, John 
Adam, Mrs. Alex. 

33 M'Lelland, David 
More, Robert 
Paul, William 
Gow, Mrs. 

34 Caskie, Andrew 
M'Donald, Robert 
Gardner, John 

35 Bunten, Hugh 
Stewart, Archibald 
Pollock, Mrs. M. 

36 M'Naughton, Mrs. 0. 
Nimmo, John 
M'Intosh, John 
Campbell, Mrs. 

37 Cameron, Hugh 
Blair, John 
Ayton, James 
Gibson, William 

38 Gordon, J. M. 
Adams, Charles 
Fleming, Mrs. 

39 Tyre, James 
M'Neil, Mrs. 

40 Greig, Robert 

41 Cunningham, H. 

42 Galloway. James 
Edleston, Mrs. 
Unitarian Hall 

43 Henderson, James 
Thornton, Arthur 
Hill, Thomas 

44 Armstrong, John 
47 Millar, Mrs. 

Clark, Mrs. James 

50 M'Nair, Duncan & Sons 

51 O'NeUl, Charles 

52 Carruth, George 

53 Fisher, Miss Sarah 
Blair, Robert 

54 Cummings, Mrs. 
Peacock, Robert 
Blair, Robert 
Christie, James 

Speirs, Robert 
Mitchell, Alex. 

56 Ferguson, William 

57 Wills, George 
Fleming, J. & J, 

58 Bryson, James 
uarnochan, James 
Fernie, Archibald 

60 MCorkiudale, Agnes 

61 Retson, Tliomas 

62 Mutrie, Robert 
Monaghan, James 
Rae, Allan 
Renucci, G. 

63 M'Lauchlan, M. & J. 
M'Kay, John 
M'Nair, William 

64 Galbraitli, Charles 

67 Green, M'-s. 
Reid, Elizabeth 

68 Barnett, J. 
Adam, Robert 

71 Stewart, Alex. 

73 M'Donald, Rev. John 

St. Mary's R.C. Church 
78 Rnssell, x\Irs. 
West Public School. 
84 Hunter, John 

Watson, Clement 

Watson Brothers 
— William Dunn Mission 

89 Millar, Wm. 

90 Noble, James 
Ferguson, Nurman 
Stevenson, Allan 

92 Lees, William 
Ross, Alexander 
Morton, John 
Munro, John 
Glen, Misses 
Gordon, Mrs. 

93 Brash, James 
M'Beath, Walter 
Scott, William 
Rodger, Robert 
Fyfe, Archibald 
Peden, Mrs. 
Telfer, Mrs. 

94 M'Farlane, David 
Glassford, Robert 
Burns, James 
Forbes, Alexander 
Docherty, James 
Cook, John 

Neil, Mrs. 
96 Stewart, AndreiT 
Young, John 




Steel, George 
97 Stewart, John 
^98 Lyle, Adam 

Neil, Archibald 
98^ Sawers, Mrs. 

Caskie, James 

Peden, William 

Wylie, E. 
99 M'Beth, Duncan 
100 Wilson, John B. 

Paterson, Mrs. 

102 Martin, George 
Wilson, Alex. 

103 Philip, Andrew 

104 Black, William 

105 Hamilton, George 
M' Naught, James 
M'Auslan, James 
Meiklejohn, William 
M'George, John 

106 Gemmell, Miss 
Edwards, James 

107 Main, Alexander 
M'Intyre, John 
"Dempster, NeE 

108 Fernie, Mrs. 

Bussell, Jas. Longmuir 

109 Wilson, Neil 
CJonnor, James 
Kernochan, John 

110 Co-operative Society 
Lang, sen., John 

111 Irvine, William 
Leckie, John 

113 Clark, Miss Jeanie 

115 Hamilton, Andrew 
Ward, Charles 

116 Stewart, John 

117 Woodside, John 
Muir, Archibald 
Purvis, John 

118 Kelso, Archibald 
Alexander, Robert 

119 Vance, Samuel 
Pattison, Thomas 

120 Hunter, Joseph 
Stevenson, Allan 
Drennan. John 
Hunter, Miss Janet 

121 Home, John 
TuUock, James 

122 Wingate, M. 
White, John 
M'Nair, John 

— Central ScTiooI 
126 Duffy, Francis 
M'Lauchlan, Mrs. 
Ferguson, Peter 

Pollock, Miss Isabella 
127 Thomson, Archibald 

Brown, Archibald 

Howe, Robert 
12S Bishop, Mrs. Jane 

Coats, Matthew 
129 Fram, James 

Beith, Davia 

131 Rogers, Samuel B. 
Mitchell, Robert 
Andrew, M.A., Alexander 
Martin, John 

Mathie, Wm. 
Wilson, Miss 

132 Murdoch, Peter 
Robertson, Miss 
Cluckie, Mrs. 

133 Kirkwood, Mrs. W. 
Robertson, Robert 
Collins, James 
Bryson, .James 

134 Hyndman, Thomas 
Gemmell, James 
Burt, John 
Watson, William 
Meiklejohn, John 
Kii-kwood, William 

135 Hill, Alexander 

136 Ferric, Andrew 

137 Muir, John 

138 Johnston, Archibald 
Kerr, George 
M'Creadie, James 
Stewart, J. M. 
Wood, William 
Fraser, John 

139 M'Intosh, John 
M'Gilvray, Alexander 
Towns, Mrs. 

140 Provident Co-operative 
Allison, John 

141 Polland, Jtunes 

Cow den, jun., William 
Cowden, sen., William 

142 M'Ewan, James 
M'Callum, Colin 

143 Lochhead, James 
Shaw, John 
Cockburn, Mrs. 

144 Gilmour, Allan 
Thomson, Mrs. William 

145 Barclay, John ' 
Murray, Joseph 
Boyle, Hugh 

146 M'Nair, Mrs. 

147 Wilson & Co., George 

148 Virtue, John. 
Houston, J. F. 

150 Travers, Alice 
Martin, Mrs. 
Totton, Thomson 

152 Blair, Hugh 

153 George Street Baptist 

Technical School 
160 Storie Street Baptist 

162 Paterson, William 

Duncan, .Ajdiibald 

Millar, D. 
164 M'Coull, George 

Drennan, Mrs. 

Howe, R. 

Herd, A. 

Lambie, J. 

Dunlop, Alexander 
St. George's Church 

166 Dick, J,, & Sons 
Dunlop, J. 

167 Greenlees & Son Matthew 

168 Provident Co - operative 

Sharon Mission Hall 
Andrew, Mrs. WiUiam 
Blair, Archibald 
Thomson, Robert 


1 Fmdlay, D. 
Hamilton, Alexander 
Tagg, Walter 
Ferguson, William 
Black, Donald 

2 Reekie, A. 
Macfarlane, George 
Smith, George 
Kilpatrick, Alexander H. 
Robertson, G. A. 
Stevenson, D. E. 
Leitch, J. S. 
Lorimer, J. C. 

George Place — 
Barr & Provan 
Amy, M.D., Joseph 
Gibson, John 
Cochran, T. 
Orr, James 
Hutchison, jun., & Co., 

Findlay, David 
Fraser, D. 
Langmuir, Robert 





5 Bain, Donald 

6 Craig, John 

7 Lyle, Peter 


2 Caldwell, J. 
M'Taggart, Lauchlan 

3a Dunn, Jas. H. 

Dunn, Jas. H., & Allison 

3 Union Bank of Scotland 

4 Paterson, Sons & Co. 
Young & Martin 

5 Ritchie, J. Douglas 
Hamiltoii, Robert 
Bell & Son, A. 

7 M'Innes, Mackenzie & 

Gardner, Alex. 

8 "Evening and Weekly 

Citizen" Office 
Wallace, Connell & Co. 
M'Waughton, Loclihead & 

9 Brown, Wm. 

9 Kelso, Archibald 
9 & 10 Caldwell, James & Son 
10 Dutch, D. M. 

Kelly, Alex. 
13 Burgh Surveyor's Office 

1 Moffat, John 
Rainey, James 
Adam, James 
Fairman, Jolm 
Adams, Miss 
Jamieson, Miss 
Wilson, Wm. 

2 Atkinson, John 
Campbell, William 
Orr, Wm. 
Mason, Mrs. 

3 Auld, Alexander 
Ferguson, P. 

Calderwood, Joho 
Beaton, Alexander 

Wetlierston, Thos. 
Rodger, Mrs. 
Jarvie, David 
Hamilton, Wm. 

4 Bain, 
Stewart, Wm. 
Hamilton, John 
M'Intosh, Walt-3C 
M'Walter, Alex. 

5 Ross, Wm. 
Palcoaer, Alexander 
Petrie, Peter 

Barr, James 
Wright, Charles 
Inglis, James 


Carfax Cottage — Lawrie, Thos. 
Floreiice Villa — 

Allison, Joseph 
Abercorn Football Club Gr'nda 
Eastview — 

Harper, jun., Hugh 

M'Kay, John 
Meadowside Yilla — 

Porteous, Rev. John 

Johnston, John 
Inglefield — 

Jeffrey, Charles 

Davidson, Peter A. 
Wallacelea — 

M'Kinlay, Mrs. 

Forrester, John 
Burnetta Cottage — 

Brown, William 
Ingleneuk — Paterson, Adam 

Carswell, Homer H. 

Robertson, George 
Altonvar — 

Gardiner, Alexander 
Kerrshaw — Marshall, Thomas 
Roseneath — Lauchlan, Robert 
Edelweiss — Morton, Robert 
Lusshaugh — Allison, Mrs. 
Broomfield — Logan, Ales. 
Benclutha — 

M'Neil, Johtt 

Leckie, Archibald 

14 Sanitary Inspector's 

Office — Kelso, Wm. W.Sherwood House — 
Medical Offices of Health — Waters, Henry 

Robb, Alex., M.A., M.D., Sherwodd Lodge — M'Kie, R. 
D.P.H. — Sherv.ood Free Church 

Procurator Piscal's Offices Overwood Wilson, Dr. James 
Walker, T. & W., & Laird Wakefield— Eadie, Peter 
Allison, Hugh — New Railway Station 

15 Foulds & Co., Ltd., Wm. The Limes— 

M'Kay, George 
Sands, John 

The Barracks 

Arthur Allison Memorial Hall 
Eastwood — Kilpatrick, Thomas 
Semple, D.S., Macnair &Linside — Rowat, David 

Crawford Glenairl ie — 

Govan, Misses Cunningham, Mrs. Daniel 

Crawford, E. 0. Glencairn — Lang, Benjamin 

17 British Linen Coy. Bank Congregational Manse — 

Aucott, David D. Dickson, Rev. Wm. J. 

18 Home, Thos. Carronvale— lire, James 

Wilson. Wm. Ellenlea — Gibson, Andrew 

Allan, Peter Tinaburn — Hardie, M.A., John 

Keenan & Kelso Ftrnlfa— MacDonald, Jas. S. 

R. C. 
Rennison, J. A. 

M'Dougall. Miss 
Murray & Son, David 
16 Thomson, W. C. 


J Provident Co-op. Society 
Educational Depart- 

Methodist Church Chil- 
dren's Meetiiag House 

Robb, Andrew 

Neish, George 

M'Parlane, Mrs. 

Cook, James 
[ Ritchie. James 

Beattie, David 

M'Lauchlan, Thomas 

Watt, John 

Baillie, Wm. 

Blackie, Wm. 

Hegan, J. 

Sillars, Peter 

Cowan, Hugh 

Hunter, Mrs. 

Connell, Samuel 

Borland, Alexander 




6 TraUl, David 
Smith, John 
Sillars, John 
Sim, Peter 
Watt, Mrs. 

Wliitefldrt, Mrs. 
Barclay, Mrs. 

7 Kerr, Mrs. 
M'Garvey, William 
Guy, 11. 
Nicholson, Alex. 

a Houston, William F. 

9 Litligow, James 
Kerr, Mrs. 
Macaulay, Eobert 
Kilpatrick, Jeanie 
M'Dowall, Euphemia 

10 Hunter, James 
HHoiei, John 
Smith, Miss M. 

11 Osborne, Mrs. 
Carswell, Mrs. 
Evans, Thomas 
G-reig, Angus 

12 Hill, Bobert 
M'Pherson, Rjbert 
Campbell, John 
M'Donald, Eobert 
Buchanan, James 
Ku-k, Mrs. M. 

13 Love, Alexander 
Hunter, William 
Boyd, William 

11 O'Garra, James 
M'Mechan, Samuel 
Sully, James 

15 Gibb, Samuel 
Ritchie, James 
Queen, George 

16 Loruner, John 
Grady, J. 
Millar, John 

17 M'Cann, W. 

19 Kerr, John 

20 Barbour, Miss 
I;ochhead, James C. 
M'Dougall, Mrs. 
Hendry, Eobert 
Love, James 

21 Stewart, Miss I. 
M'Donald, William 
M'Gee, Miss 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. Isabella 

22 Ste-wart & Hendry 

23 Boyd, Hugh 
Hunter, David 
Paton, James 
Speirs, E. 


Marshall, James 
Wright, J. 

24 Stewart, John 
Anderson, James 
M'Parlane, Alexander 
Pick en, John 
Maxton, John 
Hosie, Andrew 

25 Scott, James 
M'Dowall, Wm. 
Allison, James 
Kerr, Robert 

26 M Kinlay, James 
Love, Mrs. Eobert 
Borland, Andrew 
M'Kaig, Andrew 
Blair, Joseph 
Reid, Alex. 
Mitchell, Robert 
Vance, James 

27 Macdowall, W. 
Wallace, Robert 
M'Naught, Robert 

28 Noble, Thomas 
OSTiddrie, William 
Alexander, WUliam 
M'Gee, Mies 
Millar, John 

29 Gardiner, William 
Johnston, Arlam 
M'Allister, Daniel 
Robertson, John 
Evans, Sam 
Curr, Alex. 

30 M'MUlan, Robert 
Clark, Mrs. Marion 
Henderson, Mrs. E. 
Fulton, John 
Wood, William 

31 Kelly, Adam 
Gilchrist, James 
Dow, John 

32 M'Donald, Mrs. 
Waller, J. 
Cook, D. 

Ritchie, Mrs. James 
Hughes, Peter 

33 Pollock, Robert 
Wilson, William R. 
Rankine, A. 
Wilson, W. 
M'Intyre, jun., James 

34 Newton, William 
M'Kay, Mrs. 
Johnstone, John 
Newton, William 

35 Provident Co-op. Society. 



Pope, William 
Forrest, Mrs. 
Livingstone, James 
Adam, William 
Leishrnan, HaU 
Dunlop, E. 


2 Bell & M'Lachlan 
Laing, A. 

3 Hutchison, Misses M. & J. 

4 Cassells, J. 
Lang, R. 

5 Stevenson, D. 

8 Stevenson, D. 
Houston, William P. 

9 Stevenson, Mrs. D. 

10 Lang, John 

11 Keenan & Kelso's Yard 


Glenview Cottage — Barclay, J. 
HaUkeeper — M'Intosh, Alex. 
Knowes Cotta.ges — 

Allison, Stephen 

Williams, Thomas 

Fulton, William 

Mason, William 

Davidson, William 

Hirst, George 

Hunter, George 

Fairman, John 

WUson, Alexander 

Lees, D. 
The Villar— Currie, Mrs. Peter 

Duncan, Alexander 

Duncan, Eouert 

Duncan, John 

Anderson, James 
— Fulbon, Wm. & Sons, Ltd. 


1 Johnston, Alex. 

2 Lochhead, Daniel F. 

3 Cochran, James 




4 Barr, Mrs. 

5 Hutton, Mrs. Wm. 
Leckie, Annabella 

6 Baird, William 

7 Semple, Geo. 

8 Priestley, Samuel 

9 Alexander, Jolm. 0. 
10 Kerr, Jas. B. 

Cunningham, — 
Caldwell, Mrs. 
Rodger, Miss 
Lang, Walter 
— Gardner & Co., Ltd., Wm. 
Lj'lesland Cottage — 
Reid, — 
20 M'Nau, Mrs. 
Cunningham, — 
Guthrie, Wm. 
21 Russell, Thos. 
Letham, Ebenezer 
M'Crorie, Jas. 
Milne, Robert 
Thomson, James 
Thomson, Christian B. 
M'Naught, Miss 
22 Marshall, J. 

M Laughlan, Donald 


1 Watson, William 
Menzie, Alex. 
Livingstone, A. 
Beattie, Miss Penuel 

2 Cunningham, Wm. 
Murray, Mrs. 
Davidson, John C. 

3 Ross, Mrs. Mary 


.3 M'Lean, Mrs. Finlay 
24 Maxwell, Alex. 
25 Kennedy, Duncan C. 
27 Johnston, John 
20 Knox, W. T. 

Shedden & Co., Thos. 

Henderson, George 
34 Duucanson, Wm. 
36 Ritchie, George 
42 Hods-e, Mit<^hell & Co. 

Carpet Beating Factory 


Livingstone, Hugh 
Adam, R. 
43 Young, William 

M'Nair, Alex. 
Young, James L. 
Crawford, D. 


1 Robertson, Alexander 
Reid, Adam 
Connell, Samuel 

2 Barbour, William 
M'Nair, Mrs. 
Pollock, Charles 
Paterson, C. 
Henry, Mrs. C 

3 Petrie, John 
Chambers, R. 
Fulton, . oh.i 
M'Lean, John 
Livingstone, J. 
Doyle, P. 
M'Causlan, Thomas 

4 Lang, James 
Herd, John 
Watson, Mrs. 

5 M'Rory, J. 
Walker, D. 
Turner, J. 

6 Wright, Daniel 
Millar, Mrs. 
Turner, Andrew 
Kelly, Mrs. 

7 Herd, William 
M'Pherson, Duncan 

Cassels, T. 

8 Reynolds, Mrs. 
Lees, Robert 
Fisher, Thomas 
Carsewell, J. 
Ross, Wm. 

9 Maule, David 
Isaac, Thomas 
M'Kellar, .lames 

10 M'Govan, D. 
M'Kel, — 
Baird, Alexander 
Carr, J. 
Miller, G. 

11 Fulton, James 
Stewart, George 
Chalmers, David 
Brackenridge, — 

12 Ross, Hugh 

Muir, A. 
13 Anderson, Mrs. 

Fleming, William 

Wilson, J. 
13 i Thomson, F. 

Wallace, Thomas 

Brown, Thomas 

Gilchrist, J. 

Campbell, J. 
15 Bryson, Thomas 

Marshall, Thomas 

Leggat, David 
18 Craig, John 

Gray, Alexander 

Black, H. 
20 Galbraith, P. 
22 Hunter, Mrs. Thomas 
24 Law, Mrs. 

Black, Daniel 
30 Shar.non, Samuel 

Herd, Alexander 

Muirhead, W. 

36 Morris, Noble 
Kerr, Archibald 
Hall, William 

35 to 38 Equitable Co-opera- 
tive Society 

37 George, A. 
Wallace, John 
Youriij, Hugh 
Barnes, W. 

M' Far lane, John 

38 M'QuUlan, Harry 
Johnston, John 
Smith, Hugh 

39 Mission Hall 

Police Telephone and Fire 
Alarm Station 
42 Lochhead, G. & P. 


1 Queen, Petet 
4 Somerville, J. 
6 Dunlop, Mary 

Crawford, J. 
11 Campbell, Jane 

17 Russell, T. 
Clark, S. 

18 Brough, J. 
Gray, A. 
Matheson, T. 

19 Deans, W. 
Hendry, Nurse 
Dunlop, T. 
Graham, R. 




Grant, D. 

M'Kellar, D. 

M'Call, G. W. 

Storrie, Mrs. J. 
20 HUlcoat, E. 

"Wilson, E. 

Glover, M. 

Somervill, John 
Westmarch House — 

M'Farlane, D. 
Westmarch Cottage — Stobo, 

M'Gregor & Kerr 

Dowall, John 


1 Watson, — 

Gardner, Eobert 

Pattinson, James 

Dale, Mrs. Helen 

Crawford, Mrs. John 
3 Campbell, Mrs. 

Home, Mrs. 

Neilson, Mrs. 

Boyle, Mrs. 

Robb, Dewar G. 

Lyall, Miss 
5 Laird, Maggie 

Dalgarno, Alex. 

Falgarno, A. 

Hart, Thomas 

Mel] or, Henry 

Scott, Mrs. 

Eowand Miss 
7 Gilmour, George 

Weir, Misses 

Yonng, Rev. James 
9 M'Donald, John 

Cochran, Mrs. James 0. 

Eoss, Ernest 

Laird, William 
11 Murray, Wm. 

Bowie, John 

Hutchison, Miss 

Davidson, John 

Wood, Alexander 

Mathieson, Alex. 
13 Gibson, John 

M'Farlane, John 

Winning, James 

M'Kenzie, Mrs. G. 
15 Greenlees, Eobert 

Muir, Francis 
Sullivan, Eichard 
Smellie, John 

21 Edgewood — 

M'Arthur, James 
Stevenson, Charles M. 
23 Helenlea— 

Stewart, Mattliew 
Crosslea — Fleming, Jas. 
25 Tyneholm— 

Adams, John F. S. 
Tynedale — 
Veness, Alfred E. 
J. 27 Mure, James 

M'Cowatt, James 
12 Taylor, William . 
Manners, Charles 
Kerr, Thomas 
Cahalane, Michael 
Muir, George L. 
Blair, John M. 
10 Galletly, David 
Haddow, William 
Allan, Peter 
Hardie, Eobert 
Turner, Henry 
Dickie, John 
8 Wilson, Miss 
Cairns, Eobert 
Hart, Eobert 
Hamilton, Robert 
Glendening, Eev. E. B. 
Hart, Eobert 
Crerar, Donald, M.B.C.M. 
L.D.S., Edin. 
6 Greenlaw Church 
4 Thomson, Archibald 
BeU, Jane 
Balderston, John 
INeLlson, Alexander 
Morton, Miss A. 
Hendry, Wm. 
2 Watson, William 
SavUe, John H. 
Watson, Henry C. 
Allice, Andrew 
Nisbet, Alex. 
Hamilton, Andrew 


Inchdene — ^Kilpatrick, John 
Knockrioch — ^Buchanan, Angu."? 
Eastfield — 

Patfison, John 
St. Margaret Villa — 

Walker, James 

Taylor Alexander G. 

Eichardson, Andrew 

Caerleon — Ferguson, Peter 

Gartmorn — Waters, William 
Bute Villa— 

Lochhead, Daniel 

Robertson, John 
The Orchard — 

Smellie, jun., John 

Graham, John 
Marielea — 

Crawford, James M. 

M'Ewen, Eobert 
Eowanlea — 

MacArthur, James 

Watson, Mrs. D. M. 
Aintree — 

Cashmore, John 

Pinkerton, James 
5 Howatson, Eobert B. 
Briarville — Gilmour, Miss 
Deanville — Barclay, James 
WeUcroft — Harris, Eobert 
Eosslyn — 

Drennan, William 

M'Farlane, Eobert 


2 Watson, W. 

3 Stevenson, Eobert 
Bryce, Mrs. 
iiiack, Daniel 
Dunlop, James 
Pollock, Thomas M. 

4 Ferguson, M.A., M.B.C.M., 

WooUey, George 
Nicol, Walter S. 
MacDougall, Hugh 
Snodgrass, James 
Brunton, Mrs. 

5 Gemmell, Alexander 
M'Laren, Duncan 


M'Creary, John 
Taylor, Andrew 

6 Barr, John 


Caledonia Cottage — 

Orcha.dson, Mrs. John 
2 Orchardson, Archd. 
Lees, David 
M'Lay, James 




Eussell, Robert 

M'Naughtan, Andrew- 
Will iams, Henry 

M'Millan, Wiiliam 

Caldwell, James 
Meadow Bank — 

Baird, Robert 
Mossfield — 

Edmonds, William 

Marshall, William 

Caldwell, James 
Denewood — 

Lang, Thomas 

Fisher, George 
St. Helens — MKaig, Thomas 
Fernlea — Glasgow, James 
M'Lean, Robert 
Langholme — 

Lang, Matthew 

Morrison, Mrs. Matthew 

Pollock, Robert 
Williesdene — Pollock, William 
Gilmonr Lea — Hawson, Wm. 
Old Toll House— Reid, Thos, 
Moss-side — I-ennox, J. 
Moss Cottage — 

Dunsmore, Henry 

Stewart, — 
Moss-side — 

Taylor, Miss Janet 

Taylor, John 

Taylor, Mrs. Thomas 

Marshall, sen., John 
Acacia Cottage — Fenino, P. 
St. Blanes — Marshall, John 

Green Loan — 

Ronald, Marion 

Robin, Henry 
The Cottage — Gerken, Lutge* 
— Kibble Reformatory 

Love, James 
Burnside Villa — 

Clark, Thomas 

Bryce, William 

Milton, George 

Cowden, Robert 

Shearer, — 
Mossvale U.F. Church 
Helena Villa — 

Gait, James 

Murray, John 

Murray, jun., John 

Renfrew, James 
Anna Villa — 

M'Lean, John 

Smith, WUliam 

Watson, Robert 

Watson, John L, 

Kirklea — Craig, William 
Mossvale Cottage — Wilson, 
Morrislea — Craig, Thomas 
Beechwood — Barr, Mrs. 
Caledonia Bowling Green 
Moss-side Place — 

M'Cormack, Thomas 

Simpson, Robert 

M'Guire, James 

Ingram, James 

Henderson, James 
Victoria Buildings — • 

Hozach, J. 

Barr, James 

M'Farlane, Peter 

Thomson, Miss 

Jackson, M. 

Henderson, Robert 


1 Harper, Andrew 
Stewart, Mrs. 
Ewing, Stewart 

2 Pattison, A. 
Hart, Mrs. J. 
Gray, Alexarnler 
M'Gavin, David 

3 Currie, William 
Gibb, — 

M'Cormick, James 
Houston, James 

4 Balderstone & Dickie 

5 Russell, Mrs. 
Caddie, R. 

6 Calderwood, David 
M'Arthur, J. 
Munro, Dan 

7 Cochran, J. 
'Nixon, Mrs. 
Black, John 
Arthur, Robert 

9 Clapperton, Agnes 
10 Drummond, R. M. 
— Abercorn Goods and 
Mineral Station 

5 Dunsmore, J. 


M'Cafferty, Phil 
Hogg, William 

2 Scott, William 
T. 3 Ronald, John 


Alton Villa — Watson, David 
Dunadry — M'Crac en, James 

Craig, William 
[N^etherlea — Woods, Mrs. 
Eastmount — 

M'Gibbon, George 
Hazelbank — 

Caldwell, Robert 
— Dallachy, James 

Fulton, Alfred D. 

Harper, Henry 

M'Farlane, Mrs. Ann 
Rosebank — CaldweU, Mrs. 

Wesley Manse — 

Rolls, Rev. Wm. H. 
Auchencairn — Robertson, Geo. 
Estinvar — 

M'Intyre, Thomas 
Dalveen — Dalziel, James 
Coral ea Cottage — 

Cormie, Margaret 
Oaklea — Houston, Mrs. E. 
Bellena Cottage — Barr, Alex. 
Bowmar — Bowie, John 
Muirston — 

Galbraith, William 

Slater, Charles 
Ellonville — Ross, James 
Croftdene — 

Hellyer, John T. 

M'AlUster, Alexander 
Eastholme — Scott, J. 
Eastlea — Haldane, Frederick 
Tthan Bank — Easson, Robert 
A rdenvohr — Henderson, Wm. 
Lyndhurst— Pollock, John W. 
Eversdale — 

Houston, Robert 

Swan, Mrs. Matthew 
Somersby — 

Morrison, Peter 
Nfcwtonville — Young, James 

— M'Master, John 
Brlarsdale — 

Anbuhl, Otto R. 

Hamilton, Mrs. Alex. 
Caradon — 

M'Cabe, Mrs. Margaret 

Lamont, Thomas W. 






Dungoyne — 

Hardie, George E. 

Crimes, Frederick J. 
Anniesfield — Brown, Ealph 
Estron — Clark, William 
Drumossie — ^Eraser, Alexander 
Lynton — ^Poulds, Miss 
Craigievar — Begg, E. C. 

— Hawkhead Station 
Doulton & Co., Ltd. 
M'Naughton, Henry 

Kennedy Place... 

1 M'Naugliton, Henry 
Minton, Wm. A. 
Goudie, Gavin 
M'Kim Bros. 

2 Sloan, WiUiam 
Mills, George 
M'Gown, Hugh 
Kennedy, John 
Power, Eobert 

Janetta Cottage — 

M'Kim, Samuel 

M'Kirn, "William 
Crookston Yiew — 

M'Kim, Thomas 

— Lamont & Co. 
Hawkhead Cemetery 
Mellon, George 
Strang, Christopher 

West Lodge — Gunn, Eobert 


Underwood Park — 
Pri'Tirose, George 
Holt, James 
Sproul, John 
Pirrie, Wm. 
3 Hunter. Clark 
Boyd, E. 

M Glashan, Duncan 
Underwood Co-op. Coal 
Society Stables 
19 Park Dairy 
M'Indoe, Mrs. 


•National Bank 

6 Lehman, Stephen 
Eussell, E. & T. 

7 Clydesdale Bank 

8 Maypole Dairy Co. 

M'Cowan, Eobert T. 
Wotherspoon & Son, E. 
Bain, James C. 
EmmerSon, John 
9 Adam, John 
Duncan, James 
Cunningham, J. & A. 
Smith & M'lntyre 
Mathieson & Co., Eobert 

10 Parlane & Kerr 
M'Donald, James A. M. 

11 Mitchell, John 

12 Eadie & Co., Eobert 
Kerr, Thomas 
Lamb, James B. 
Todd, John T. 
National Telephone Coy.'s 

Switch Eoom 
Toung & Kelly 
Barbour, Mrs. James 

13 Milne, Peter 
Barbour, Mrs. James 
Bakers' House of Call 
Todd, George 

14 Macausland, Wm. 
Watson, Charles 
Black, Alex. 
Baillie, Douglas G. 

15 Provan, Andrew 
Wallace & Co. 
Kerr, Allan 
Kerr, Misses 

16 Muir, Thomas 
Adam, John 
Mains, Jarnes 
Eraser, George 
Menzies, Matthew 

17 Ketchen & CarndufE 

19 Sawyers, Ltd. 
Cochrane, Alex. 
Pinlator, Wm. Bankin 
Mackenzie, M. K. Eitchie 

20 DufE & MUler 
Eobb, Dr. 

21 Greenlees & Sons, James 
Simpson, Andrew 
Grant, Mrs. Donald 
Cochran, Wm. M. 

22 BeU, Aj-chd. 
Ure, J. & D. 

23 Forrester, Wm. 
Faulds, G. F. 

24 Goudie, James 

26 Gibb & Son, John 
Jamieson, James 

27 Watson & Son, Wm. 

28 Ballantyne & Son 

29 M'Kinlay, M. 

Maekay, J. & E. 
Cumiinghara, Miss 
M'Donald, — 
Eobb, — 

30 Clark, Miss J. H. 
Holt, H. , 

31 Kennedy, John 
Holt, H. 
Lang, James 

32 Gibson & Eeid 
Cook, Joseph 
Moir, James 
Macfedries, W. B. 
Luney, J as. H. 
Hope Hall 
M'Millan, Wm. 
M'Millan, jun., Wm. 
Millar & Sons, P. K. 
Campbell & Son, D. 
Denovan, Wm. 
Watson & Sons, Eobert 
M'Neil. George 
Thomson, Joseph 

M Galium, Archd. 

St. George's U.P. Churco 

33 M'Lean, James 
Wylie & Son, William 
White & Leonard 
Morrisoia, Mrs. 

34 Eowand, .John 
Bisk, William 
Allison, James 
Kelly, J. T. 
Eowand, J. 

35 Mackellar, W. E. 
Mackellar, Mrs. M. H. 
Anderson Bros. 
Berry, John C. 
Ferguson, John 
Hutchison, David 
MacLean, Mrs. James 
Auction Mart 

36 WaddPll. J. M. 
Hutchison, Mrs. Eobert 
Scott, Alex. 

Warden, M. T. 
Hume, Thomas 
Campbell, Wm. 
M'Kean, Miss 

37 Brown & Son, Wm. 
Storrie, J. & W. 

39 Ewing, T. A. 
Borland, Ellen 
Wilson, Wm. 
Wilkie & Sons, John 
Wilkie, Mrs. 
WUkie, ,Tas. 
Scott, Miss 






Glass, Miss M. 
Stevenson, Mrs. Thos. 
Arthur, John 
Arthur, Jas. 

40 Anderson, Robert 
Sawers, Joseph 
Cameron, Alex. 
Wilson, David W. 
Moir, James 
Pinkerton, James 
Manfield, Mrs. 
Mansfield, Arthur S. 
Waterston, Jessie 
Berry, John 

41 Nairn, Mary 
Caulficld & Coy, 

42 Peacock, John 
Rae Bros. 
Erskine, Mrs. 

43 Sim, William 
Arthur, William 
Thomson, Archibald 
Menzies, Arolid. 
Hislop, Alex. 
Allison, Mrs. Ellen 
M 'Gibbon, J. 
Wilson, Miss 
Adam, Miss Agnes 

44 Watt, Dr. Thomas 

45 Heron, J. B. 
Paul, Matthew 
Melville, Catherine 

46 Ajiderson, John 
M'Xair & Co., John 
Whiteford, James B. 

47 M'Ghee, Wm. 
M'Gibbon & Son, J. 

48 Collins & Son, James 
Johnston, D. L. 
Whyte & Co., Wm. 
M'Kenzie, Hector 
Crumley, Thomas 
M'Bride, Joseph 
Brown, John 

49 Wood & Co., J. Miarr 
Loriraer, W. & J. 
Freebairn, Martha 
Lorimer, Wm. 
Blair, George L. 

50 Holms, Dr. John 

51 Melrosp, George 
Reid, John 

Shaw & Son, Archibald 
Garrott, John 
Rett, David 
M'Kellar & Fyfe 
52 Harper, Henry 
Pollock, William 

Russell, Dr. William 
Wilkie, Robert 
M'Kechnie, William 

53 Anderson, W. 
Dand, David 
Anderson, Elizabeth 
Leitch, Miss 
Berry, J. G. 

54 Coats, Dr. G. W. 
Sawyer, Joseph 

55 Lady Lane House — 
Campbell, James Edward 

— Coats Memorial Church 
Drill Hall 

68 Semple, Misses 

69 Pollock, Wm. 

70 Taylor, George 
Harris, Wm. 

— Library and Museum 
76 Noble, Mary 

Steel, Mrs. Wm. 
Young, Miss 
Docherty, Mrs. 
Lynch, Margaret 
77 Craig, Miss 
Kingsberry William 
Orr, Daniel 
Thomson, D. 
Moore, John 

78 Lang, sfn. , John 

79 Thomson, Alex. 
Baird, Wm. 
Goudie, Mrs. 
Easton, Mrs. Robert 

80 Hannah & Son, William 
Hamilton & Co. 

81 Ross Brothers 
Barr, John 

Macarthur, John N., M.B. 
Stewart, Hawthorn 

82 Urquhart. William 
Caldwell, Mrs. 
M'Whinnie, John 
Dallachy, Jas. W. 
Black, A. C. 
M'Whinnie, Catherine 

83 Brown & Sons, John 
Rodger, Mrs. Alex, (the 

Trustees of) 
Goldie, John 
Reuschling, L, 
M'Lauchlan, Mrs. 
Ripley, Mit?. J. 

84 Cassidy, Edward 
M'Dougall, Miss 

85 Peacock, Wm. 
Peacock, David 
Neilson, Wm. N. 

M'Dowall & Irvine 
86 Naismith & Scott 

90 Hepworth & Sons, Ltd., j. 
Liberal Club 
Thomson, Mrs. A. 
Tyler, H. P. 

Dick, R. & J. 
Budge, Alex. 

91 Ribbons & Co. 
Stead & Simpson 

92 Globe Hotel 
Quinn, Geo. 

Young's Shoe Wiirplhinse 

93 The Paisley Lace House 
Barr, William 
Hamilton, Andrew 
Rail, Robert 

Dykes, J. 

Hamilton, Robert A. 
Esdaile Co., W. S 

94 Wallace, James, L.D.S. 
Whyte, J. Balderston 
Lang, Benjamin 
Orchardson, Robert 
Cook. .1 & J 

Hay & Son, R. 

Paisley Clotldntr Co. 

Smart & Holland 
Thomson, Mrs. 

95 Bowie, Wm. 
Mathieson, A. & J. 
Renfrewshire Glass Insur- 
ance Coy. 

Ritchie, Miss 
M'Nish, Mrs. R. 
M Nish, Mrs. Alex. 
Smith, Robert 

96 Masonic Hall 

Scottish Legal Life Assur- 
ance Society 
M'Lennan, W. D. 
Dicjvie, Dugald D. 
Thomson, Joseph 
Waddell, R. D. 

97 Morrison, D. A. 
Murray, Archibald 
Brown, John 

Royal London Friendly 

Brown, W. Dykes 
Wilson & Laird, Robert 
Holmes, Mrs. 
Crawford, Gavin 
TJrquhart, Mary , 

Parlane, J. & R. 

98 M'llwrick, Wm. J. 
Smart, A. Wilson & Son 
Keay & Allison, Angus 



HIGH fcjTEHlfclT— Uon. 

Gibson & Son, Andrew 
Liptx)ns Limited 
S9 Leitch, Wm. E. 

Pieutice & Co., W. F. 
Donald, James 
Napier, W. D. 
Stevenson, Eobert 
M'Guire, J. & W. 
Adamson & Son, D. 
aOO Cashmore, J. 
Cairns & Co., B. 
Hogarth, James 
Fraser, Alex. 
Kay, Dr. Janet 
Watt, T. 
Laing, Mrs. 

101 Welsh, J. & G-. 

102 The Club 

Commercial Bank of Scot- 

103 Nichol, William 
Love & Co., E. 

The Cross Clothing Co. 
Selway & Co., A. W. 
Muir, Archibald 

104 Yielder's Cafe 
107 Allen, Peter 

Paisley Savings Bank 
107 & 108 Jack & Son, James 
10E» M'Dougal, Allan 

Neilson & Co., A. 

Bowie, T. & J. 

Kilpafcrick & Son, Jas. 

Winning & Fulton 

Sale & Co. 

Elderslie Estates Office 

Davidson, Chas. 

-Sharkey, J. 0. H. 

Symcox, J. H. 

Fergusson, Mrs. Janet 

IsTational Telephone Coy., 

Eoyal Liver Friendly 

Kilpatrick & Son, James 

Glasgow Tramway & 
Omnibus Coy., Ltd., 


Millar, Thomas 
Gorse, E. C. 
Cunningham, James 
Pollock, Mrs. William 
M'Gallan, James S. 

11 Laurie, James 
Paterson, Wm. 
Thomson, Alex. 
Borland, Hugh 
M'Donald, Miss 

Drennan, — • 

12 Scott, Miss 
Knox, George 
Wingate, — 
Wilson, Mrs. 
Hamilton, — ■ 


3 Eonald, John 
4 Buchanan, George 

M'Adam, Daniel 
6 Smith, David 

Stevenson, Mrs. Eobert 
12 M'Canibridare, John 

Blackie, William 
14 Cramer, H. 


3 Hill & Adam 

Lawson, Abraham 

4 Wood & Co. 

7 Macfarlane, Alex. 
— Stoney Brae Railway Sta- 
Drummond, Eobert M. 
10 Bryce & Sons, James 
12 Bryce, John S. 
12 Whiteford, WHliam 
Fulton & Co., G. 


-9 Walker, Eobt. 

Wyllie, Eobert 

Archibald, Thomas 

Crawford, Wm. 

Gray, Mrs. 
10 Miller, Alex. 


Young, J. & J. 

Bellfield Cottage- 
Watson, James 

Avenue Cottage — 
Canning, Alex. 

2 Hillis, Francis 
Thompson, Joseph 

3 Young, James & John 

Hillis, jun., Francis 
Mackie, John 
4 Sutherland, Thomas 
Janefield Cottage — Carse, Wm. 

— Young, B.D., Rev. James 
12 Tait, George 

Stevenson, Robert 

Buchanan, Andrew 

Renfrew, Wm. 
13 M'Phee, James 

Creelman, John 

M'Gough, John 

Campbell, Duncan 

Young, James 

Gait & Son, John 

Paisley Foundry 

Bow, M'LachLin & Co.Ltd. 
Abbotsburn — Fullerton, James 

FuUerton, John & Co. 

Flemirg & Ferguson, Ltd. 
Lymeswood House — Aitken, D. 
Nethercommon House — 

Ingram, A. C. M. 

— Eonald, Jack & Co. 


1 M'Eachern, — 
M'Cachern, James 
M'Alpine, David ' 
Hendry, Mrs. 
M'Cann, Mrs. 

2 Martin, Henry 
Anderson, Henry 

Knox, Andrew 
Prophet, Benjamin 

3 O'Donnell, Mrs. 
Muir, William 
Reid, Mrs. William 
Docherty, John 
Hutton, Thomas 
Thomson, John 

5 Dick, John 
Brown, James 
Alexander, William 

6 Wilson, Mrs. 
Everitt, Mrs. 

7 Gemmell, Gavin 
Hunter, Robert 
Barclay, Henry 
Thomson, Mrs. 
Shepherd, John 

8 Gilmour, Robert 
Crowe, Mrs. 
Sorley, John 

9 Galbraith, Neil 




Lochrie, Archibald 

10 Drummond, Robert 

11 Dunlop, James 
Paisley Tramway Coy. 

12 M'Colgan, Mrs. 

13 M'Dougall, Mrs. 

14 Pearson, Fred 
M'MUlan, George 

15 M Guire, John 
Anderson, Alex. 
Doeherty, John 
Smith, William 
Paton, Margaret 
Cunningham, Peter 
Glen, Mrs. 
M'Kellar, Andrew 

16 Robertson, Duncan 
Plynn, Mrs. 
Doeherty, Miss 
M'Court, John 

17 Guthrie, David 
Tomanay, John 
Bonnar, Mrs. 
Currans, Mrs. 

18 Davidson, Dugald 
Keenan, James 

20 Slaven, Patrick 

Lynch, James 
"21 Currie, Miss 

Thomson, Mrs. 

Mason, Mrs. 
'22 Millar, James 

M'Cann, Mrs. 

M'Quade, Peter 

Stevenson, Samuel 

Gillespie, William 


1 Lockliart, John 

Scarlett, Jas. 

Hamilton, J. P. 

Muir, James 
Steel, E. 

Tnglis, James 
•2 Brown. Mrs. Jane 

Bonnar, Mrs. 

Anderson, Mra 

M'Dougall, James 

M'Callnm, N. T. 

Tnglis, Mrs. 
■8 Storrie, Wm. 

Lees, David 

M'Naughton, Alfred 
Law, Wm. 
M'Lean, Robert 

Brown, Wm. 


Templeton, John, & Co. 
Sweenie, Patrick 
Kilpatrick, Hugh 
Mavis Bank — Marshall, James 
Simpson, David 
Taylor, Thomas 
Davidson, Andrew 
Semple, Thomas 
Hill, Archibald 


2 Gallacher, Mrs. Isa 
Young, Joseph 
Hunt, Walter 

3 Dalrymple, Thomas 
Livingstone, David 
Sim, James 
Cameron, John 
M'Alpine, Andrew 
Leitch, Donald 

4 Eaeside, Miss 

17 M'Murdo, John 
Tyrrell, William 
Eaeside, William 

18 Barr, Mrs. Robert 
Neilson, John 

20 Madden, M. 
Montague, Hugh 
Gardner, John 


1 TJrquhart, Mrs. 

Lang, Mrs. 

Wallace, John 

Campbell, T. 

Armour, A. 

Fitzpatrick, J. 

Norrie, J. 

Storie, Mrs. John 

Gemmell, H. 

Kelly, M. 

Harvey, M. 

Adams, Miss 
2 Jenkins, Mrs. 

Maxwell, Andrew 

Gibson, Mrs. 

Lang, Mrs. 

Ainslie, Mrs. 
3 Sloan, — 

M'Intosh, Miss P, 

Whyte, Mrs . 

Howe, Andrew 

Brabner, David 
M'Crossan, Miss 
Eeid, John 
Yuil, J. 
Paterson, P. 
M'MiUan, — 
Quigley, M. 
Ritchie, W. 

4 Wliyte, David 
Cairnie, James 
Eodger, John 
Thomson, W. 
Leitch, J. B. 

5 EoUertson, Walker 

7 Muir, J. 
Cameron, D. 
Armour, W. 
Kane, Mrs. 
Faulds, A. 
GoodfeUow, Jas. 
Hamilton, — 

Muir, James 
Cameron, D. 

8 Cameron, J. 
Kemiedy, James 
Hutchison, — 
Thomson, Miss 
Wilson, Wm. 
Currie, Jas. 

9 Fleming, Mrs. 
Mack, James 
Fleming, Mrs. 
M'Ghee, John 
Thomson, Jas. 
Campbellford, Robert 
Eeid, James 

— Robin & Sweenie 
Fire Engine Station 
M'Raughton, Arthur 
Hunter, James 
Hunter, John 
M'Lean, Thomas 
Eollo, David 
Eoss, J. 
Todd, Alex. 
Peebles, Hugh 
Leitch, Daniel 
Currie, Donald 
M'Naughton, Jas. 
Kelso, Eobert 

15 Faulds, Wm. 

16 Warnock, James 
Milton, Stephen 
Wallace, Eobert 
Anderson, Wm. 
Stab ell, Helge 
M'Glashan, James 
Eoss, Misis Annie 





1 Laing, Arthur 

Bauchop, Wm. 

Bell, John 

Thomson, James 

Craig, David 

Johnstone, William D. 
3 Houston, George 

Love, John 

Adams, Wm. 

Eobinson, Wm. 
— Padkin, Rev. James F. 
May Villas 

Mcol, Robert 

Wilson, Rev. Thomas 
Norwood — 

M'Culloch, David 


1 Stewart, James 

Kerr, W. 

Graham, J. 

Young, J. 

Wilkinson, J. 

M'Lean, Alex. 

Tuill, James 
3 Ridley, G. 

Glasgow, John 

Wright, John 

Gibson, A. 

M'Call, W. 

Spence, J. B. 

Lawrie, Miss 

Scott, W. 
5 Neilson, D. 

Armour, J. 

WylUe, E. 

Eowand, A. 

Russell, John 

Robertson, Mrs. 
7 Pope, P. A. 

Gibson, F. 

Smith, D. 

Livingstone, J. 

Moffat, John 
9 Laurie, A. 

Longmuir, D. 

Waters, J. T. 

Dow, John 

Clark, J. K. 

Carnan, D. 

Watt, W. 

Craig, M. 


1 Ayton, Eobert 
3 Hamilton, J. 
Thomson, J. 
Balnave, 1*. 
Brown, David • 
5 Stewart, Robert 

Thomson, Miss 
7 Cameron, Mrs. 
Cochran, A. 
Wilson, John 
9 MIntyre, James 

Lyle, W. 
11 Watson, A. & W. 
Sinclair, Daniel 
Manufacturing Co 
11a M'Tasreart. Miss 
13 Kilnside Dairy 

Calderwood, M'-s. C. 
15 Ferguson, Mrs. M. 
17 Lindsay, Archd. 
21 Frame, John 
27 Gibb, Mrs. 
Allan, James 
Cameron, G. 

29 Baird, Andrew 
Pinkerton, John 
Pearson, William 
Dick, Eobert 
Smith, Eobert 
Paul, WUliam 

31 M'Intosh, George 
M'Intosh, Duncan 
M'Kie, J. 
Ritchie, Robert 
Boss, G. 

33 Gray, Eobert 
Brown, Thomas 

35 Todi, Eobert 
M'Lean, J. 
Hutchison, Samuel 

37 M'Morland, William 
Smith, A. 
Crawford, Thomas 
Bonnar, William 
Allan, Mrs. 
Brown, Thomas 

39 Cameron, Angus 
M'Nair, Mrs. 

40 M'Morren, Mrs. 

36 Cameron, Mrs. 

34 Falconer, John 

32 Morrison, John 
M'Pherson, William 

30 Easton, John 
26 Culbert, Joseph 

Eeid, David 
Ritchie, David 


Stewatt, James 
24 Clark, William 

Linn, J. S. 

Alexander, .T. 
22 Welsh, Alex. 

M'Farlane, Alex. 

George, Adam 
20 Mack, T. 

Campbell, Mrs. 

Wilson, Mrs. 
18 Wilson, Dr. 

Amy, Dr. 

Jackson, J. 

Welsh, W. 
op. 16 Ferguson, William 

Holms, Matthew 
14 Galbraith's Stores 
10 Coonie, Wm. 

Pender. Jos. 

Young, William 

Adam, E. 
2 Provident Co-op., Flesher 
(No. 12) Dept. 

Do., Dairy 

Stirling, Archd. 

Forsyth, WUliam 

Tyas, Samuel 

Wylie, Alex. 


3 Blair, Mrs. John 

Houston, Thomas 

Craig, A. 

ITrquhart, Wm. 

M'Cutchion, John 

Strachan, Hugh 
7 M'Kean, Norman 

10 Lockharfc, M. 

11 Wood, Wm. 
Longmuir, Bryce 
Western Coal Depot 

Gibhie's Bush — 

M'Pherson, Duncan 


Stewart & Co., James 

Mitch ejl, James 

Harvey & Co., Ltd., Jaa. 




Reid Brothers, Ltd. 
Gibson & Reid 
Williamsburgh Public 

Seedhill Brick & Tile Coy. 

1 Smith, Charles 
Wilson, Alex. 

2 Sinclair, Alex. 

3 O'Farrell, John 
Clark, John 
Tarburn, Wm. 


Forsyth, George 
2 Coachhouse 
9 Robertson, John 

Sharp, Thos. 

Glencross, A. 

Semple, Jamea 

Lang, Wm. 

10 Shaw, Angus 
M'Eae, John 
Blair, Wm. 
Meiklejohn, John 
Muir, John 

11 Robertson, James 
Bartholemew, Agnes 
Millar, John 
Wright, John 
Boyle, Wm. 
M'llvride, James 

12 Killen, Mrs. 
Crawford, .Tames 
Lawrie, Thomas 

13 M'Intosh, Wm. 
Cunningham, R. T. 
Rowand, James 
Stewart, Mrs. 
Russell, Robert 

14 Bryce, John & Co. 

15 Gray, John 

18 Caveney, James "p 

19 Doyle, Mrs. Asrnes 
Anderson, Robert 

23 Drum, .Tames 
M'Lellan, John 

24 Gibson, Wm. 

29 M'Farlane, Mrs. M. 
MTarlane & Co. 

33 Spence. Mrs. William 
Knox, M. 

34 Todd, George 
Wilson, Andrew 
Female Refuge Laundry 


Victoria Place Baptist 

38 Wallace, George 

39 Barr, Robert 

40 Beaton, John 
Millar, Robert 
Walls, Mrs. 

41 Ferrier, Charles 
Macdonald, Miss 
Leitch & Co., Wm. 

43 Hamilton, Robert 


2 Weir, Andrew 

3 Murray, Jas. 

4 Campbell, Jeanie 

5 M'Lean, J. & R. 

6 Tiburzi, Petro 


la Murray, Mrs. 

1 Mitchell, M. 
Thomson, R. 

Brown, James 

2 Devine, J. 
Neil, John 

3 Baillie, R. 
Lane, Win. 
Parker, John 

4 Furrie, D. 
Mayberry, James 

5 M'Murrich, Chester 
Logan, R. 

G Stevenson, Samuel 
7 Bell, David 
Storie, R. 
. 8 Eeid, William 
9 Duncan, Mrs. 
Clai-k. John 

10 Brown, John 
Murray, David 
Watson, W. 
Southwell & Son, Peter 

— M'Callum, Ltd., J. & J. 
M'Gee & Son, W. 

11 Kennedy, C. 
Robertson, Wm. 
Beith, Peter 
Mayberry, Robert 

12 Slater, John 

13 Allan, James 


14 Smith, Joseph 

15 Smith, William 

16 Downie, Peter 

18 Duncan, William 
ThoiiiS(jn, Miss 
Murray, Alexander 
Hamilton, Allan 

19 Waterston, Wm. 
M'Whirter, Wm. 
Trench, John 

20 Yates, J. 
MNeil, G. 
BiiUautyne, Robert 

21 Lindsay, Mrs. 
I'ringle, Jolm 

— Paisley Trades Rowing 
White & Son, Thomas 
Urie, Matthew 


17 Weir, Andrew 


1 Reid, Lizzie 

2 Fitzpatriok, John 
Cherry, Mrs. 
Davie, Catherme 

3 Orr, Mrs. Robert 
Lawson, Agnes 

4 M'Grath, Mrs. Patrick 

5 Wishart, John 
Wilson, Miss 

6 Risk, Robert 
Davie, Mrs. Catherine 
Kerr, Mrs. John 
Kirk, George G. 

7 Provident Co-op. Society, 

Callander, Thomas 
Miller, William 
Murray, George 

8 Wilson, John , 
10 Martin, George 

Craig, Daniel 
11 & 12 Abbey Mission Hall 
Campbell, James 

13 Aitken. Mis* Janet 

14 ?ender, Robert 
Glover, Hugh 




Colquhoun, Henry 
Kerr, Peter 
Gibson, John 
Dickie. Allan 

15 Kerr, Peter 
Hood, Thomas 
Armour, William T. 
Barton, James 
M'Ritchie, William 

16 Higgen, George 

18 Colquhoun, Henry 
Cairns, John 

19 Langmuir, Walter 
Baleshacci, Nando 
Campbell, William 

20 Ewing, Stewart 

21 Cassidy, Mrs. Mary 
M'Crory, Mrs. Sarah 
King, Elizabeth 
Kelly, E. 

Eraser, William 
23 Scott, Thomas 
25 Lyle, John 

Weir, Donald 
27 Robertson, Walter 


Paterson, Cooper & Co. 


Lonend Cottage — 

M'Gregor, John R. 

liOnend House — 

M'Gregor, Misses 
— Gleniffer Soap Works 
Ferguson, Shaw & Sons 

5 Templeton, Mrs. 
Christie, David 
Graham, James 
Crawford, Adam 

6 Barr, Miss M. 

Lawrie, Robert 



M'Lardie & Sons, James 
Ivy Buildings — 

Ga\-in, A. 

Bickett, W, R. 

Pollock, A. 

WUson, William 

Heggie, Robert 
Walmer Cottage — 

Boyd, Arthur 

Mochrip, George 
Hadfi'Bld House — 

Cousins, W. E. 

Morris, T. 

Millar, Andrew 

Blower, Cowper 
Bloomfield House- 
Cunningham, Alexander 

Craig, J. 

Watt, Robert 

Smith, — 

Cameron, James 
Eidral — Logan, Mrs. John 
Meikleriggs House — 

Peock, William 
Meikleriggs Farm— 

M'Nair, Hugh 


County Buildings — 

County Police Office 
Harding, Charles 
3 Cowan, John 
Lochhead, James 
Higgins, Robert 
Lochhead, James 

5 Stewart, Mrs. Jessie 
Alexander, Mrs. John 

6 M'Leod, John 
Beifh, David 

7 Nardini, P. 
Fernie, A. 
Andrew, A. G. 
Skinider, Mrs. 
Morrison, James 

8 Wallace, James 
Leggat, Alexander 
Streeton, James 
Morris, Hugh 

— North Parish Church 
Fountain Gardens 
Carnachan, Alexander 
23 Allison, William 
26 Lawrie, Robert 


Munro, D. 

27 Johnstone, John 
Scott, Harry 

28 Stevenson, John 
M'Kaig, Thomas 
Bell, Daniel 

— St. Mirren Ground* 
Springbank Cottage — 

Hanton, James 
M'Millan, Alex. 
Hartles, Harry 
Cartvale House — 

Allison, Mrs. William 
Murray, James 
Robertson, George 

— North Public School 

47 Hannah, William 

48 Gardner, Wm. 
Brown, Jas. Wm. 
Douglas, Robert 
Hayes, Charles 
M'Lauchlan, T. 
M'Intyre, P. 
Cochrane, John 

49 Storrie, Mrs. 
Allison, David 

50 M'Kean, Margaret F. 
Douglas, Robert 
Carse, William 
Brown, J. 
Hannah, Charles 
M'Pherson, Miss Agnes 
Clews, Robert 

51 Scott, William 

52 M'Kean, Wflliam M. 

56 Langham, Rev. James 
Cassels, James 

57 Richmond, Dr. Andrew 
57 M'Connachie, William 

59 Gray, David 
Weir, Robert 
M'Gee, B. 
Gleghorn, Wm. 

60 Mills, Rev. W. P. 

61 Sim, Miss 

63 Pottie & Sons, Alex. ' 

64 Dalglish, Miss Bella 
Russell, Miss 
Thomson, Mrs. 
Crawford, Mrs. 

Pottie & Sons, Alexander 

65 Thomson, Mrs. 
M'Ausland, David 
Muir, Robert 
M'Gnire, Edward 
Clark, Miss E. 

66 Keith, Adam 
Kelly, Andrew 




Russell, James 
M'Dermid, Mrs. 
Moray, Mrs. E. 
Keith, Miss 

67 Cochrane & Keith 

68 Davies, John 
Bussell, Mrs. James 
Russell, John 

69 Craig, Miss Janet 
Dalglish, Miss Bella 

70 Wardrop, Mrs. 
Provident Co-op. Society 
Graham, James 
M'Crossan, William 

71 M'Cormachie, William 

72 Brodie, James 
Kirk, Mrs. 
Bain, J. H. . 
Fitch, D. 

73 Brand, John 
Morton, Ueorge 

74 Robb, Dr. James J. 
Millar, Peter 
Caldwell, John 

75 Lyons & M'Xeilage 
Eeid, R. L. 
Lawson, Agnes 
M'Lean, John 
M'Lean, Alex. 


3 Baillie, Daniel 
4 Burgess, A. 
6 M'Cance, H. 
Neilson, D. 

6 Cadien, Jas. L. 
Carkeet, Z. 
Walker, J. 

7 Krrk, John 

8 Robertson, James 
Thorn, — 

10 Bryce & Cornelius 
— South Public School 


2 Leishman, Alex. 
Drummond, Robert 
Eadie, Mrs. 

'Sim, Wm. 
M' Alpine, A. 
M'Farlane, Misses 

3 Boyd, John 

Hamilton, James 
Reid, Thomas 
Nelson, W. A. 
Ker, Agnes 
Walsh, Wm. 

4 Watson, Robert W. 
Lang, Mrs. D. 
Sanderson, John 
Munro, Alex. 

Sinclair, R. 

5 Orchardson, Robert 
Beckett, Miss 


1 Scott, Wm. 
Ribbons, Henry 
Coats, Wm. L. 

2 Beveridge, George 
Campbell, A. 
Coats, Mrs. Jervis 

3 Lanp, Robert 
Crozier, Rev. William 

Harper, David 

4 Caldwell, W. 
Fisher, George 

M' Galium, G. 


1 Duncan, William 

Paterson, Alex. 

Dalgety, Rev. James 

Dalgety, Wm. B. 
Gibson, James 
Gilmour, James 
Gilmour, Hugh B. 
3 Harris, John 
Pagan, Mrs. 
Main, Mrs. 
Murphy, Andrew 
Ure, Thomas 
Walk-r, Mrs. 
— Royal Victoria Eye In- 
Doon Brae — Dewar, James 
Dunira — Brunsdon, Henry 
I)uno]ly— M'Do'igall, Joba 
Belmont — ^Parkinson, Arthur 
The Bield - 

Walker, Miss Thomina 
Thornbeck — ^M'Gee, Mrs. David 
19 Philips, William 

Oak Fern — Buchanan, David 
Urlar — M'Millan, James P. 
The Vine — Gilmour, Andrew 
Dunfillan — Murray, Archibald 
Carr.assaric — M'Gee, Walter 
Briarsdene — Kilpatrick, James 
Greenlaw House — Ross, George 
Kilmeny — Eadie, Mrs. John 
Rhu-na-craig — RoUand, Wtn. 
The Beeches— Paterson, Wm. 
Inchcapii — Watt, Alexundei 


1 Kerr, Mrs. 
Kerr, Robert 

2 Robertson, J. L. 
Wylie, — 

3 Eraser, George 
Rei.l, — 
Frazer, Mrs. 
Reid, James 
Power, J. 

4 Shannon, P. 
Gibson, J. 
Wilson, Wm. 
Cochrane, E. 
Smith, — 
Moire, Wm. 

Fereneze View - 
M'Geoch, Wm. 
Jeffrey, J. 
Ferguson, Dan 
Rennison, John 
Smith, John B. 

Fernside — 

Douglas, Wm. 
Ritchie, James 
Boyd, Thos. H. 
Montgomery, Wm. 
7 Montgomery, Wm. 
Wyllie, E. 


3 U.F. St. George's Mission 

Beacom & Co. 

4 M'Gee, Walter 
6 Drummond, Wm. 

Robertson & Sons, John 
M'Lintock, John 
Mailer, Peter 
M'Cormick, James 
Adam, jun., George 




1 Knight, Samuel H. 

2 Risk, Robert 
Auchenskeoch — ■ 

Eraser, William J. 
Auchindrain — M'Kenzie, Wm. 
Ailsa — Wallace, William 

6 Jack, David 

7 Lang, Misses 

8 Weir, Mrs. 


1 Adam, Miss Margaret 
3 Orr, John 

Storie, Thomas 
5 Goudie, William 

M'Lean, A. 

Barr, Hugh 

M'Kinlay, Duncan 
7 Adam, James 

M'Dougall, Johanna 

Baird, George 

Milne, Robert 
9 Gorrie, Alex. 

Graham, James 

Keir, Andrew 

Campbell, Duncan 
11 Turner, John 

M'Kechnie, William 

Armour, Mrs. 
13 Wilson, John 

Sandilands, John 

Hair, John 

Burton, Wm. 


1 Archibald, Robert 
Park, Mrs. 
Linn, Mrs. 
Anderson, George 

2 Hilton, John 

3 Milligan, Thomas 
Sunter, Alexander 
Arthur, John 

6 M'Kay & Co. 

Nicol, John 
6 Taylor, Thomas 
& 9 Parish Council Ofiaces 

Campbell, James M. 

Robertson, John 
8 Paterson, Thomas 

King, George 

King, Andrew 

10 Bowskill, David 
Blakey, James 
Hart, John 
M'Gmnigle, TTiomas 

11 Blakey, Mrs. 
Craig, John 
M'Pherson, R. 
Pollock, James 
Clark, John 

13 Anderson, John 
j^jiderson, James 
Caldwell, John 
M'Gregor, Alex. 
Glover, T. 
Nuttall, James 


7 Ferguson, A. 
Smith, James 
Maxwell, Stewart 
Thomson, Thomas 

8 Hardcastle, James 
Hardcastle, Thomas 
Robertson, James 

29 Wilson, William 

30 Lees, Archibald 
M'Gormick, Robert 
Rodgers, Thomas 

31 White, H. 
Smith, J. 
IngUs, Thomas 
M'Larty, A. 
Hamilton, Joseph 
Msbet, T. 

32 Ferrie, Edward 
King, C. 
Millar, — 
Shearer, James 

Coats' Baths 
39 Peebles, Margaret 
— Glenfield Starch Works 

43 Smith, R. 

44 Walker, Robert 
Robertson, John 

45 Wotherspoon, William 
Wotherspoons & Allan 


2 M'Kie, James 

4 Wallace, David 

Little, Sarah 

M'Phee, Mrs. Minnie 
Henderson, Maggie 
5 Houston, G. & T. 
Houston, Gavin 
Houston, Alexander 

13 Hamilton, Hugh 
Johnstone, James 

14 Lyle, Robert 
Greig, jun., Samuel 
Logan, Mrs. John 
Cunningham, Marion 

15 Mitcliell, Alexander 

16 MulhoUand, George 

17 Semple, Robert 

21 Donnelly, Annie 

22 HDl, Thomas 

23 Wilson, Miss Jane 

24 Paterson, Jane 

25 Goudie, Humphrey 

26 Wylie, Andrew 
Crawford, Robert 
Whitehouse, Hugh 

27 Yuille, Archd. 
29 Millar, John 


5 Arnott, Wm. 
Scott, Agnes 


— Riocartsbar Asylum 
Gleniffier Home — 

Craig, Barbara 
Birchlea — ^Buchanan, Neil 
St. Kevins — ^Wallace, James 
Dunedin — • 

Wills, Mrs. James 

Peattie, William 

Comrie, Alexander 
Endrickdale — Fairlie, .rUrchd. 
Ellilea — Nixon, J. 

— Hamilton, J. S. L. 
The Cottage— Bryoe. Mrs. 
Wellbourne— Coats, J. W. 

— Thomson, Adam 
Glenara — Hunter. Mrs. John 
Duntrune — M'Connell, Wm. 
Craigmuir — Abercrombie, Wm. 
Harvale — 

Moffat, Andrew 

Moffat, William 






Muirfield — ^Watson, Eobert 
Kaguel — Towait, Bobert 
Glenitt'pr Lodge — 

Burrell, George 
Burnside — Bryce, Adam 
Briarbank — ^Bryce, Mrs. 

— Todd, — 
Millar, — 

Meersbrook — ■ 

Hall, Eer. C. A. 
Westcot — Wilson, Mrs. 
Belmont — Bryce, John 
Braehead — Brown, William 
The Grange — 

Elder, Rev. Andrew 
Strafctonville — Thomson, J. G-. 
Lagna Craig — M'Lardie, David 
ZSTewhall — Da.viilsou, David 
Strathblane— Walker, Mrs. 

Fulton, Charles 
St.. Ninian's— Raid, W. 
Hessilden— Allan, W. K. 
Corylus — ^Provan, Alex. 

— Fulton, D. 
M'Nab, R. 

— Lewis, — 
Mathieson, — ■ 

HungE Lodge— Hunter, J. C. 
Roslyn — Cumming, Mrs. Wm 
Holmwood— M'Nair, A. B. 
Ascog — M'Lean, Angus 
Heathbank — Russell, James 

Foulds, A. 
Whin Knowe — 

Money, Charles 

3 Carey, Richard 

Baird, Harry 
Kennedy, Archibald 
Spiers, Tliomas 

4 Smith, John 
Arnott, John 
Culloch, Mrs. 
Adams, Mrs. 

5 Eeid, John 
Campbell, A. 
Boyd, A. 
Cooper, John 

6 Stewart — 
Cruickshanks, Mrs. 
Moore, Wm. 
M'Latchie, W. 

7 Henry, Ja.mes 
Stevenson, John 
Barr, Robert 
Dunlop, John 

8 Downie, Eoliert 
Young, Hugh 
Galbraith, Duncan 
Alexander, J. 


3 & 4 M'Geoch & Son, David 
M'Geoch, Andrew 
M'Geoch, James 

5 Henderson, Mrs. 
Williamson, Mrs. A. 

6 Prophet, WilUam 
Brewster, Mrs. Janet 

Money. Miss Jenny ,„ ,r ^ -■ . , -r , 

Thorn Cottage-Black, Joseph ^^ ?/„?°^?"*;^:,^?^'' 
Viewfield — Cameron, Alex. 
Fernbank — Dunlop, James 

Houston, A. T. 
Salisbury Lodge — 

Adam, Eobert 

Robertson, J. Neil 
Gallowlea — Murdoch, Alex. 
Bellevue — Hamilton, David 
Avalon — Dunn. Andrew 

Young, Andrew 
20 Foulds & Son, Andrew 

Carlile, James 
— East-End Park 
Rock Cottage — Ferguson, Mrs. 

Cook, William 
Kilnside Lodge — 

36 Glassford & Son, John 

37 Houston, James 

■\T< K 1 ^" Tvr * 1 ^„v,j„ 39 Pottie, John E. 
M Auslind.Mrs. Alexander ^ „ ' 

Bell, James 

Goudie, John 

Eeid, Alexander 

Cumming, William 

41 Houston, John P. 
Crooks, Hugh 
Patrick, Eobert 

42 M'Phee, John 
Nicolson, James 
Shedden, T. 

43 Hamilton, William 

Berryknowe — Woodrow, John 


8 Brown, William 

9 Moodie, -.woert 
— Ferguslie Bowling Greeo 

Glassford, John 
44 Herd, John 

Helton, James 
50 Walker, Alex. 


1 Aitken, John 
Eobertson, Mary 
Currie, Kenneth 
White, William 

2 Lamont, William 
Smith, John 
Eeid, Peter 
Cathcart, Thomas 
Grainger, John 
Donald, George 


1 Sweenie, Hugh 

3 Mack, CoHn 
Eoy, Thomas 
Russell, Matthew 

6 Hamilton, William 
Findlay, James 
Holmes, Gilbert 
Paterson, Archibald 


— West Dining Hall 
3 Buchanan, Mrs. 

The Cottage — Boyd, James 
Braehead Cottage — Lyle, Wm. 
Ivy Cottage, Millarston 

M'Donald, Duncan 
— Brown,Ri)bert&Son (Lid). 

— Kinghorn, A. 

— Leverty, Hugh 


2 Myles, Robert 
Kerr, William 
M'Gregor, John 
Menzie, John 

4 Lailierty, James 

5 Gardner, William 

6 Burtnay, Mrs. 

8 Baton, Mrs. 

9 Kelly, Mrs. Margaret 
Pinkerton, Robert 
Taige, Mrs. 




3 Hart, Jeanie 
Wilson, Mrs. 
Eeid, Mrs. 
M'Kay, A. 
Wallace, George 
Macfee, John 

4 Brown, M. 
M'GHljbon & Son, E. F. 
Eadie, John 

Hendry, W. D. 
Hendry, T. B. 
M'Dougal Brothers 

5 Gilchrist, Mrs. Bobert 
Hutton, William 

6 Nelson & Son, Ltd., Jaa. 
Black, Mrs. 

Bunton, Mrs. 
Ritchie, Miss 
Eeid, James 
Curr, Wm. 

7 Bennett, J. W. 
Stead & Simpson 

8 Priestley, Mrs. G. B. 
Hamilton, James 
Anderson, Wm. 
Ting Tong Tea Coy. 

9 M'Nair, William 
Eeid. W. & G. 
M'Nish, John 
Fairlie, David 
M'Nish, Wm. 
Fairlie, David 

10 Hislop, Alex. 
Easdon, H. 
Paterson, Miss) A. 

11 Glover, Thos. 
Spiers, Miss 
M'Quhae, Thomas 

12 Caledonian Eailway Office 

13 Hogg, John 

Lauchlan & Sons, Eobert 
Sale, Henry 

British Legal Life Assur- 
ance Co., Ltd. 
Ridden, G. B. 

14 Massey & Sons, Alex. 
Dunlop, Matthew S. 
Hay, E. Blair 

British and General Assur- 
ance Coy. 

Pringle, Thomas 

The Home and Colonial 
Tea Stores 

15 Nardini, P. 
Gillespie, Donald 

16 Dickson, Jas. 
Bulloch, William 
Whitehead, J. & D. 


TurnbuU, Christina 
Towers, Thomas P, 
M'Lean, George 
Dunlop, Mrs. 
"Glasgow Evening News" 

17 Victoria Clothing Co. 
M'Kay, Arthur 
Dunlop, Matthew 
Pollock, Eobert 
Drennan, Jas. 
Jarrutt, John 

18 Young, Miss 
Alexander, John 
Ritchie, James 
Law, Mrs. 
Dick, E. 

Orr, Mrs. 
Gibson, J. H. 
Tannahili Hall 
M'lntyre & Co. 
Hosiery Manufacturing Co. 

19 Douglas, A. M. 
Cook, John 
Adam & Son, Jas. 

20 Lawson, Thos. 
Graham & Caskie 

21 Hopkins, Mrs. E, 
Dickie, Miss 
Easdon, H. 
M'Lachlan, Agnes 
M'Pherson, Ann 
Fyfe, R. C. 

23 Laing, Mrs. 
Towns, Archibald 
Macdonald, Mrs. J. 
Kirkwood & Goudie 
Pattison, John 

24 Lawrie, Thos. H. 

25 "The Daily Eecord and 

Mail" Branch Office 
Cochran, jun., Wm. 
32 & 33 M'Lean, Angus 

34 Miles, J. 
M'Lean, Angus 

35 Crnickshanks, Thomas 

36 M'Donald, Jas. 
Christie & Co., James 

38 Lees, Robert M. 
Nardini, P. 

42 M'Crossan, William 
Ferguson, Wm. 
Andrew, Aiadrew G. 

43 M'Glade, Joseph 
Houston, David 
Johnstone, Charles C. 

44 Glover, M. & M. 
Hannah, Henry 


45 Lambie, Wm. H. 

Royal Oak Halls 
4S Stewart, Mrs. 

Davidson, Francis 

MacFarlane, A. 

Drennan, Jas. 

Robertson, Robert 

47 Empire Music Hall 
Steel, James 
Ritchie & Kirkwood 
Anderson & Co., George 
Marshall, James 

48 M'Allister, Alex. 
Robertson & Son 

49 M'Geachy & Son, James 


3 Eraser, W. 
Russell, Archd. 
Calder, John 
Fleming, George 
M'Lean, Mrs. 
Eiddell, John 
Murray, James 
M'Crae, Alex. 

5 Inglis, Mrs. John 
Innes, John 

6 Ronald, Mrs. Margaret 
Jack, Alexander 
Fulton. Samuel 
Kennedy, E. 

7 Cowan, John 
Travers, John 

8 M'Dermid, James 
Morrison, Christopher 
Lindsay, P. 
Douglas, G. 

Irvine, John 

9 Humfrey, W, 
Elliot, J. 
Scott, Gavin 

10 WUson, Hugh 
Parker, H. 

11 Hargie, James • 
Cochran, William 
Cockburn, Mrs. Christina 
M'Pherson, Alex. 

15 Findlay, Mary 

16 Fletcher, John 
Eiddell, Thomas 
M'Kechnie. John 

18 Aitken, Mrs. William 




1 WUson, Thomas 

4 Devine, C. 
Devi'ne, J. 

M Connachie, Arthur 

5 Howie, Robert 
Boyce, M. 

10 Macalpine, Mrs. 
Lindsay, John 
Farmer, William 
Hamilton, Robert 
Wotherspoon, James 

11 Sinellie, Thomas 
Weir, David 
Kennedy, James 
Scott, George 
Robb, Andre\» 

12 Glen, James 
Mmigan, P. 
Craig, A. 
Urquhart, W. 
Kenneth, P. 

13 Crooks, Walter 
Innes. William 
M'CuUoch, Hamilton 
Stewart, David 
Lawson, John 

H Torrance, Hugh 

Morrison, John 

Kyle, Henry 

Morris, Henry 

Burleigh, J. 

M'Neil, D. 
15 Kirk, David 


Morrison & Sons, John 

Craig, Robert 

Craig, Matthew 

Paterson, Andrew 

Campbell & Calderwood 

Highgate & Co., John 

Craig, Thomas 

Black, Malcolm 
The Cottage— Piulator, W. 
North Greenhill House — 

MacKenzie, Gecrge S. 
St. James Cottage — 

Hamilton, Robert 
— MacKenzie Bros. 

Caldwell & Co., W. 

Mechanical Retorts 

Highgate, Hugh & Co 



MacKean, Ltd., William 

Paisley Sugar Co. 

Craig, Ltd., A. P. & Co. 

Boyd, James & Sons 

Highgate, Jolm & Co. 

Pilshill, James W. 
■ Pisher & Co. 

Marshall, John & Co. 

The Food Extract Co. 

Hicks, William 

Whitehead, J. «& D. 

Crawford, W. 

Bradshaw, Charles 

Bradshaw, T. 
1 Crerar, J. 

M' Arthur, J. 

Lowry, J. 

Wilson, J. 

Dunsmore, Archd. 

MNeil, N. 


Handasyde & Co., C. H. 

Scott, Robert 
Kelburn Cottage — 

Stobo, Mrs. Adam 
— Hanson, John 

Barr, Ste.wart 

Stewart, Thomas 

Erskine, — 
Richmond Bank — 

Brown, Mrs. John 

Banks, J. W. 

Johnston, Jason 


M'Leish & M'Taggart 
Lang, Matthew 



1 M'Gregor, Alex. 
Fairlie, Miss 

2 M'Kjiv, Robert 
M' Galium, John 


Stewart, P. 
M'Donald, Iza 

3 M'Vie, Robert 
Steen, Archibald 
Scott, James B. 
Roberts, John 

4 Balfour, John 

Balnave, David 
Kirk, Mrs. 

5 Walker, Robert 
M'Ewan, James 
Hair, Alexander 
Maxwell, James 
Mitchell, Mrs. 

6 Nicolson, Daniel 
Watson, Alexar.der 

Barr, Hugh 
Mitchell, Wm. 

Pirelight Factory 


— M'Farlane & Sons, D, 
14 Forsyth, E. 

Orr, J. 

Shaw, D. 
16 Walker, W. 

Brownlie, J. 

Dobie, — 

Conner, Mrs. 

Craig, J. 

Forbes, William 
18 M'Quarrie, C. 

Erskine, R. 

Simpson, D. 

Murray, J. 

Morrison, Miss J. 
20 Russell, J. 

Borland, A. 

Combs, C. 

Scadlock, J. 


1 Laing, Mrs. 
Campbell, J. 




luglis, Robert A. 
Brooksbank, Joseph 
Lawrie, J. 
Isaac, D. 
Smith, F. 
Lyle, William 

2 Dohsoii, William 
M'Rip, Mrs 
Dobbie, William 
Grant, Miss 

3 Stephens, B. W. 
Stewart, John 
Shaw, D. 
Peacock, D. 
M'Houl, James 

4 Gait, William 
Earr, James 
Smith, Richmond 
Murray, J. 
Turner, P. 

5 Job lis 'one, Thomas 
Smellie, James 
Heron, W. 
Brunton, James 
Macaulay, A. 

7 Wishart, Wflliam 
M'Donald, J. E. 
Dalglish, Mrs. 
Shields, J. 
Nicol, Mrs. 
Bulloch, J. 

8 Dunlop, J. 
Adams, R. 
Baker, J. 
Hogg, William 
Pattison, J. 
Loughton, Thos. H. 

9 Aird, Charles 
Clark, Robert 
Muir, Mrs. 
Davidson, Thomas 
Allison, Mrs. 
Rowan, Robert 

10 Young, Duncan 
Pollock, Mrs. 
Adie, Alexander 
Adam, M. 
Skouce, E. 
Whiteside, J. 

11 Da-ne. Alexander 
Mackellar, J. Douglas 
M'Dowall, W. 
Hawthorn, James 

12 M'Nab, T. 
M'Innes, Colin 

14 Douglas, Mrs. 

Gibson, Andrew 
16 Crawford, Donald 

M'Crum, A. 
Munro, A. 
Wallace, James 
Dillon, Mrs. 
Connor, William 
Colquhoun, Mrs. 
17 Galbraith, Charles 
Monteith, Mrs. Agnea 

19 Forsyth, Wm. 
Irvine, James 

20 Stewart, James 
Richardson, P. 
Thomson, William 
Donnachie, A. 

21 Wilson, Thomas B. 
Orr, William 

22 Anderson, David 
Campbell, A. 
Bold, J. S. 
M'Bain, Duncan 
Thompson, Charles 

23 Turner, P. 
Paterson, Thomas 
Aiken, James 
Wagstaff, Hugh 

34 Adamson, William 
Cameron, Annie 
Knox, J. 
Turner, W. 
Cross, William 

35 Cameron, Annie 
M'Cormack, Stephen 
Millar, James 
Boyd, James 
Vallance, Hugh 

36 Cameron, Jeanie 
M'Kenzie, Donald D. 
Thomson. Robert 

Christie, William 
— Grammar School 


5 Henderson, James 
Robertson, William 
Rowan d, A. 
Stewart, James 
Whitehouse, James 
M'Innes, Mrs. 

7 Reid, Mrs. John 

Alice Place. 

I Adam, Mrs. 

5 Connell, Mrs. 

6 M'Kay, Alexander 

7 Wishart, Thomas 
Bell, Peter 
Waddell, Peter 

8 Taylor, James 
Burns, James 
M'Croue, Peter 
Tait, J. 

9 Bryson, J. 
Black, R. 
Meichen, Samuel 
White, William 
Watson, William 

10 M'Donald, Alex. 
Leggat, Alex. 
M'Leod, John 

II Murray, John 
Sproul, Andrew 
Hart, T. 
Hubbart, Charles 

12 Paton, George 
Walker, Mrs. 
M'lver, Matthew 
Cross, Wm. 
Stevenson, Robert 
Robertson, Mrs. 
Kelly, John 

13 Smith, William 
Macleod, John 
Ferguson, D. 
Campbell, Mrs. 

14 Blair, Mrs. 
Ross, Mrs. 
M'Glynn, Daniel 
Hart, William 

15 Killoch, Miss 
Ferguson, Peter 
Gemmell, William 
Fulton, Thomas 
Leg?, Miss 

16 Hyslop, William 
Crawford, Mrs. 
Dickie, James 
Hendry, James 

17 M'Kay, John 
Alexander, Robert 
Hamilton, J. 
Jolly, J. 

18 Laird, A. 
Orr, George 
Hunter, W. 
Henry, Charles 
Brown, Thomas 
Eeid, John 




Lennox, Mm. 

19 Porter, Jumes 
Moody, William 
Galloway, David 
Erskine, James 
Wilkie, John 

20 Lawson, R. 
Craig, William 
Mitchell, George 
Orr, Mrs. 

21 Ferguson, A. 
Connell, Wm. C. 
Harley, Robert M. 
Toole, James 
Watson. James 

22 Clark, James 
Fergu«, William 
Hamilton, A. 
Lawson, William 
Hamilton, William 

23 Gardner, A. 
Shaw, Miss 
Dreo;horn, J. 
Wallace, James 
Dmilop, R. A. 
M'Failane, D. 

Myrtle Bank — 

Mitchell, Mrs. Andrew 

27 Bryson, Thomas 

28 Fulton, Wm. 
Laurel Bank — 

Macindoe, Wm. 
Esdaile, Walter S. 
Wester Carriagehill — 

M'Allister, Rev. John 
Wi^'iart, Thomas 
2t Frew, Robert 
20 T.ylor, John 
30 Paton, Archibald 
Rose Bank — Neilson, Mrs. 

lsT:iLST01<r STREET. 

1 Herd, jun., 0. 
Hunter, S. 

2 Cunningham, Mrs. James 
Carnduff, Johi- 
Haniilton, Agnes 

'\ Oiinlop Robert 

Bauchop, Misses 

Marshall, D. 

Ferguson, T. 

Lament, A. 
4 Stewart, Thomson 

Laird. Hunter 

Renwick, Wm. 

Gilbert, James 

5 Smith, — 
Black, Mrs. J. 
Murray, Mrs. 
Brown, Robert 
Hill, J. B. 

6 M'Donald, Allan 

7 Brownridge, Wm. 
Brownridge, Dr. J. L. 

8 Boyd, James 

9 Equitable Co-op. Society, 

Deans, D. 
Whiteford, Wm. 
TJrie, — 
Gibb, Matthew 
Davidson, Thomas 
Gibson, John 

10 Dempster, John 
Parr, George 
Whellans, — 
Gibson, Mrs. 

11 Reid, James 
Stewart, Mrs. 
M'Hugh, L. 

12 Crawford, Mrs. R. 
Campbell, Mrs. 
Earl, T. 
Gouldie, Wm. 

Ness, Mrs. 

Royal Alexandra Infirmary 
— South Parish Church 


1 Wells, John 

4 Smith, Alex. 

5 Leps, E. A. 

5i Porteous, Wm. 

Lochhead & Co., G. F, 

7 Reid, Mrs. William 

8 Beaton, W. 
M'Laren, — 
Hunter, M.'S. 
Rennie, John 

9 Boyce, J. 
Reid, J. 
Laird, J. 
Cochrane, D. 

10 Paisley Co-op. Manufac- 

turing Society, Ltd. 

11 WUson, Mrs. 
13 Muir, J. & J. 
15 M'Rory, John 

M'Creery, F. 

Monaghan, M. 
16 Equitable Go - operative 
Society, Ltd. 

Glasgow & Govan Boot- 
making & Repairing Coy. 

Sorbie, William 

Tottan, Thomson 

Dickie, David 
17 Brownridge, Dr. Robert 

Moscardini, P. 

Pope, G. 

Howard, J. T. 

Sinclair, — 

iNoble, Robert 

Fulton, — 

18 Sorbie, John 
Beaton, Wm. 

19 Morrison & Shaw 

21 Love, James 
Walker, James 
Beveridge, A. 
Beveridge, J. 
Young, J. 
Roche, E. 
Walker, Mrs. 
Boyce, Mrs. 
Wilson, Wm. 
Ross, William 
Shaw, Wm. 
Morrison, Alexander 
Beaton, Alex. 
Sorbie, John 

22 Porter, James 
Scobie, — 

23 Adam, Mrs. 
Tool, A. 
Frondigan, E. 
Bryson, — 
Scarlett, James 
M'Millan, — 

24 Thomson, Robert 
Police Station 


Mair, John 
M'Phee, Alexander 
Adamson, Donald 
Bowie, John 
Stewart, Mrs. 
Stewart, Miss 
Mitchell, James 
Deans, Joseph 
Wilson, jun., Robert 
Marshall, Mrs. 
Falconer, William 




Howat, Thomas 
INliiiimo, John 
Berry, Alexander 
Pairlie, Andrew 
Neil, Etta 
Madden, Mrs. 
Wilson, John 

The Cottages- 
Pearson, Thomas 
Brodie, James 
Galbraith, Hector 
Wilson, sen., Robert 
Muir, Archibald 
Strang, James 
M'PhaU, John 

School House — 
Cochran, John 


5 Stevenson, Mrs. 
Car ruth, James 
Sharkey, J. O. H, 
M'Murchie, Miss 
Creden, Joseph 
Johnston, Miss Grace 
Heron, Mrs. 

6 O'May, W. 
Downie, George 
Mackay, Miss A. 
Wallace, J. 
Johnstone, Mrs. 
Hamilton, Alexander 
Howat, Bob art 

7 Eankin, Miss 
Howat, Eobert 
Strathearn, J. 

8 Whyte, John 
Campbell, Charles 
Gordon, Eliz. K. 
Adam, Archd. 

9 Holt, — 
Manwell, James 
Shaw, Mrs. 
M'Murraj', John L. 
Eoe, M. 

10 Barr, Alex. 
Pass, James 
Lawrie, James 
Brodie, John 
Murphy, Helen 
M'Quilian, A. 
White, John 
Wingate, James 
Stewart, Joseph 

11 Sunter, George 


Young, Mrs. 
La^mbie, Mrs. 
M'Laren, J. 
Kerr, Thomas 
— Evangelical Union Church 

23 Eenfrew, Alexander 

24 Ferguson, James 
Wilson, Thomas 
Thomson, Elizabeth 

25 Kinnes, William 

26 Arndle, Hugh 
29 Gilmour, Mrs. 

32 Beaconsfield Club 

Conservative Association 
M'Padyen, Archibald 

34 Kerr, Peter & Son 

36 The Memorial Home 
Scotch Gii-ls' Frieadly 

Wilson & Boyd 

37 M'Bride, Miss 
Kennedy, Henry 

38 M'i\ aught, Margaret 
Stevenson, Miss 
M'Farlane, Agnes 
Eeid, Peter 

39 Richmond, Miss 
Allison, William 

40 Pinkerton, James 
Pinkerton, John S. 
Pinkerton, Wm. 

41 Nardini, P. 

42 Glover, William 

43 Morrison, John 

44 Aitken, David 
Banchop, Alex.G., L.D.S. 
Thomson, J. 

45 Shaw, Smith 


2 Cumming, Thomas 
Livingston, D. 
Ferguson, John 
Adam, D. 
Mitchell, Jas. 

3 Scobie, — 
Buchanan, William 
Urie, John 

4 Hill, S. 
Wylie, E. 
Maitland, J. 

Simpson, A. 

Whyte. J. 
Colquhoun, George 

Campbell, — • 


5 Douglas, Thomas 
Stewart, J. S. 
Eeid, — 
Cameron, M. 
Morton, W. 
Murray, G. 
Martin, Geo. 
Ferguson, H. 
Hogg, — 

6 Healy, J. 
Corrigan, — • 
Harvey, — • 
Burt, P. 
Fulton, J. 
Kerr, Heiu^y 
Smith, L. 

7 Carnduff, J. 
Gibson, J. 
Semple, J. 
Bain, — 
Gilmour, James 
M'Manus, — 

8 Whittell, A. 
Thomson, F. 
M'Crae, J. 
Laird, D. 
Parker, E. 
Eitchie, C. 
Cunningham. J, 

9 Carruth, Matthew 
Harper, James 

12 Scott, W. D. 
Bruce, Wm. 
Kirkland, W. 
Speirs, E, 

13 O'Neil, T. 
M'Menemy, J. 
Anderson, A. 
BeU, Mrs. 
M'Kay, A. 
Dunbar, J. 
Philpot, D. 
Seven, E. 

14 Harper, L. 
Sanderson, J. 
Fleming, G. 
Pinlayson, J. 

15 Wilson, — ' 
Cook, — 

Gilmour, Wm. 
Lockhart, J. 
Kinnes, Wm. 

16 Dunsmuir, Mrs. 
Caldwell, Mrs. 
Hill, George 
Jack, Mrs. James 
Clark, — 
Cochrane, Wm. 




Marlow, A. 

17 Gray, James 
Hogarth, — 
Hamilton, J. 
Heron,- — 
Ashworth, — 

18 Kelly, J. U. 
Murdoch, Thos. 
Alexander, James 
Cockburn, Mrs. 

19 Grandage, Wm. 
Foulds, P. 
Galbraith, W. 
Lawrie, Mrs. 
Eamsay, G. 
Young, G. 
Eeid, — 
Aitken, J. 

— Lylesland TJ.F. Church 

25 Cowan, Joseph 
Wilson, Thos. 
Caldwell, Miss 
Shearer, James 
Sorbie, — 
Holland, — 

26 Montgomery, — 
M'Innes, Eobert 
Swan, J. 
Reilley, J. 
Robertson, John 
Sproul, Moses 

27 Darroch, Wm. 
Muir, A. 
Wright, B. 

28 Marr, John 
Gardiner, Chas. 
Balfour, George 
M'Kay, John 
Oakes, A. 
Daly, Mrs. 
Lewis, T. 
Monachie, — 
Rorie, ■ — 
Millar, — 
Paton, — 

5 M'Lauchlan, James 

6 M'Kellar, William 

7 M'Lauchlan, JanKis 
MNaughtan, Alexander 

8 Hutton, Henry 
M'Kerral, Duncan 

9 Craig, William 
Waid, Isabella 
Noble, Alex. 

10 Docherfcy, Daniel 
Murray, John 
Cairns, Walter 

11 Crangles, Patrick 
Gilmour, Thomas 

11^ Gilmour, Thomas 

12 Brown, Ralph 

22 Glasgow & Co., Charles 

22 Stevenson, Mrs. 
Robertson, Mrs. 
Rodger, Eobert 

23 Young & Risk 
Wallace, CharTes 

24 Kennedy, James 
M'Donald, Miss 

25 Boyd, John 
M' Alpine, Mrs. 
Ramsay, William R. 
M'Ausland, Mrs. 
Stringers, William 

26 & 27 Cochran & Sons, Robert 

28 Sweenie, John 
Townley, William 
Duncan, Mrs. Catherine 
M'Hugh, Margaret 

29 O'Neil, Joseph 
Thomson, Miss 
Townley, William A. 
M'Naught, Mrs. 

31 Campbell, Robert 
Russell, Alexander 


2 Neilson, Alexander 

3 Lodging House 
Dillon, Joseph 
Bell, John 
M'Lintock, George 
Lawrie, Robert 

Tramway Coy. 4 Sim, Robert 


1 Glasgow 


2 Adam, Jolm, M.B. &C.M 
Gleghorn, Andrew 
Selway, Mrs. 

— Paisley Theatre 
Savile, J. H. 

6 M'Alpine, Thomas 

7 Brown, A. 

M Lachlan, John 
Vernel, Daniel 
M 'Glade, Daniel 
Westwater, John 

Blair, John 
Chittock, B. 

8 Martin, Wm. 
Greig, J. 
Mathie, William 
Ritchie, Peter 
Mack, Colin 
Dempster, Tom 
Robertson, William 

9 Tees, R. 
Cunningham, M. 
M'Millan, Wm. 
Ferguson, D. 

10 Turner, Mrs. 

Winning, B. 

Moneghan, H. 

M'Leod, A. 
12 Lanibie, Mrs. William 

14 Middle Parish Mission 

15 Eobertson, George & Son. 

16 Gillespie & Son, William 

17 Mason, Mary 
Smith, Eobert 
Ellis, Mrs. 
Hogan, James 
Hamilton, Andrew 
M'Murrich, John 
Chisholm, Mrs. 
Aitken, Thomas 

19 Langmuir, Walter 
20 & 21 Hanna, Donald, & 
Forrester, John 
27 Meikle, James 
30 Hollis, John 
33 Watters, J. 
Watters, A^ 
34 M' Andrew, John 

35 Gibson, Alexander 

36 Law, Edward 
Reid, John 

37 Livingstone, John 
Meikle, James 

Adelphi House — Bost, Albert 
— Cartvale Cht'mical Co., 

60 Waters, William 
61 Robin & Houston, Ltd. 

67 Wilson, Johnstons & Co., 


68 Eaton, Matthew 
Ogilvie, Samuel 

72 Burgh Stables 
72 Kierman, John 
77 Todd, Archibald 

Lawtie, Robert 
80 Bradley, Mrs. 





81 Fisher, William 
M'Kiiiuon, Robert 

84 M'Kechnie, James 

85 Lodging House 

87 Hamilton, William 

88 M'Ghee, Bernard 
90 Henry & Gait 

92 HoUis, Miss 
While, John 
Pat arson, Agnes 

93 Lodging House 

94 Calderwood, Hugh 
iJ6 Hucker, James 


1 Ferguson, Peter 
Rodger, William 
Cairnie, Thomas 
Livingstone, Robert 

2 Mtken, Charles 
Hanter, James 

2 Frew, Alexander 

Newho.ll Villas — 

Brown, R.obert 

Bell, WUliam 

Hamilton, P. 


3 Rough, Matthew 

4 Gardiner, Edward 
Queen, Owen 

12 Forsyth, John 

13 Weir, George 
Forsyth, John 
Tolmie, Adam 
M'Kendrick, William 

15 Dick, Samuel 
Clark, James 

16 Fulton, George 
Colquhoun, Edward 

20 Craig, John 
Philips, Andrew 

22 Gumming, Robert 
Gumming, Mrs. John 

24 Williamson, James 
Stewart. James 

26 Mills, William 
Gardner, D. 
Brown, Robert 
Colquhoun, Edward 
Patterson, James 

White, George 

32 Mitchell, James 

Wilson, John 

White, James 


3 Macfee & Co., H. M. 
Aberoorn Hou.'e — 
16 Warnock, J. 

21 Gibb, Robert 
Cameron, Charles 

22 Hamblin, — 
Hamilton, John 

23 Conway, W. 
Rowan, J. 
Miller, G. 


5 Stevenson, James 
Murehie, William 
Irvine, James 
Heddleston, J. 
6 M'Donald, William 
Adam, WUliam 
Ferguson, David 
Dick, Wm. 
The Thomas Muir Memorial 
12 Cowan, John 
Arthur, James 
Alston, Robert 
Armour, R. M. 
Keenan, James 
Walker, Mrs, 
Howie, John 


6 Pope, Mrs. M, 

8 M'Dermid, C. 

9 M'uregor, C. 
11 Smith, A. 

14 Aberoorn Foundry 
17 M'Mannus, James 
— Wallneuk Mission Hall 
20 M'Ewan, Archibald 
Russell, William H. 

Oakshaw Public School 

13 M'Alpine, P, 
Arthur, Robert 
Carruth, Hannah 
Wilson, Margaret 

14 Gallocher, Jae. 

15 Ramsay, J, 

18 Brodie, Jas. 
Biggar, Mrs. Thos. 

19 Jaap, John 

21 Hislop, Marion D. 
MIntvre, John 
Lawson, John 
Thomson, Jas, 
Henderson, George 
M'Fee, Robert 

22 Whyte, D, 
Rice, James 
Smith, Jas. 
Harris, William 

23 Conchie, J. 
Auld, G. 
Crilley, Andrew 
Tannahill, Andrew 

25 Allison, Matthew 
Dickson, George 
Symington, Miss I, 

— The Coats Observatory 
27 Maclean, Donald 

29 SturrocU-, Rev. ,Jas, B. 

30 Love, Alexander 
Crawford, John 
Muir, Adam 
Primrose, G. 
Ferguson, Misses 
Lindsay, Mrs. 
Davidson, Duncan 
Craig, Alex, 

31 Campbell, Mrs. 
Taylor, David 
Hunter, John K. 

32 Roxburgh, Miss 
Balderston. Jas. 
Barr, John 
Galbreath, Miss 

33 Symington, Miss A, M. 
Ross, Peter F. 

Baird, Wm. 

— John Neilson Institution 
Cables, M.A., Rev. James 
Oakshaw West TJ.F. 


40 Millar, Jas. 

41 The Peter Brough District 

Nursing Home 

42 Gourlay, R, C. 

43 M'Kinlay, Miss 

43^ Graham, Mrs. John 




Munro, Dr. 
Oakshaw House — 

Symington, sen., Mrs J. M. 
Oakshaw House Lodge — 

Campbell, Maggie 
— St. Columba Parish Gaelic 

U Johiib;toiie. C. H. 
High Church Manse — 

Lang, B.Sc, Eev. A. M. 

46 Menzies, Misa 

47 Muir, A. Craig 

48 Craig. Mrs. R. F. 
Oakshaw East U.F. Church 


Oakshawhead House — 

Campbell, W. W. 
Holly Bank — Boyd, John 
Park House — Gold, Daniel 


1 Tannahill, Andrew 
Henderson, John 
Guthrie, Mungo 
Mathieson, John 
Biggar, William 
Biggar. Thomas S. 
Boyd, James 
Miles, James 

2 Cochran & Sons, R. 
Bryce, Misses 

George Temperance Hotel 
Jamison, Matthew 
Mackie, Miss 

3 Hunter. Dr. .John 
Leitch, Wm. & Son 

4 Cnmniing, Amelia 
Gumming, Pindlay 
Adam, James 
Primrose, W. M. 
Bell, Jolm 
M'Kean, William 

5 Ferri, C. 

6 & 6 M'Lay, James 

8 M'Indoe, John 

9 Risk, Robert 
Cormie, Miss 

10 M'Kechnie, Joseph 

Brown, William 
Weir, John 

11 Lochhead, Mrs. Alex 
Thomson, Misa Ann 
Reid, R. M. 

12 Wilson, Walter 
Garven, John 

13 Fontana, Joseppe 

14 Cormie, Christina 

15 Selway, Mrs. 
Houston, Mrs. John 


29 Mven, John 

30 M'Alpine, David 

31 Poiilds & Co., Ltd., Wm. 

32 M'Ghee, A. 

33-34-35 Caledonian Entrance 
36 Herd & Buchanan 
37-38 Snodgrass & Brown 

39 Hill, John 

40 Clark, William 

41-42 Central Unionist Rooms 
42 Clark, John K. 

Geo. A. Clark Town Hall 43 Gibson, John H. 
Watson, James B. 44 Thomson, Mrs. 

45 Brown, J. & M. 

46 Howard & Reid 

47 Kerr & Young 

OLD SNEDDON. ..^^^""f' ^^^^i^^baid 

49-50 Coglnll, George 

1 Renfrewshire Public-House G-legliorn, E. T. B. 

Trust, Ltd. 
Anderison, Jolm G. 

2 Nardini, P. 

3 M'Kay, jun., John 

5 Stewart, Mrs. E. 
Morris, Mrs. 
Eo.Kburgh, Mrs. 
Jamieson, Wn.xam 
M'OallMti, John G. 
Nicol, Robert 

6 Kelly, James 
Drennan, James 

Keating, Mrs. John 

7 Stewart, Mrs. Joseph 
Cunningham, Francis 

8 M'Xiib, James Orr 

9 Fontana, E. 
Glasgow & Govan Boot 

Repairing Co. 

10 Greenlees, Jane 

11 Fitch, John 

12 Findlav, Peter 
M'Gill, John 
Hendry, Robert 

13 M'Ghee, Patrick 
Black, John 
M'Quade, F. 

14 Arthur, Joseph Fowler 

15 Gibson, Alexander 

16 Adams, Samuel 
Gardner, Thomas 

18-19 Johnstone, Alidrew 
20 Logan, Alexander 

22 M-Farlane, John 

23 Woolley, G. & A. 

24 Barr, John 

25 Wilson, Walter L. 
2fi-27 Ferri, C. 

28 Gilmour, Duncan 


1 & 5 Robertson, Peter 
3 Brown, Mrs. 

Cnmming, D. 

Taylor, Charles 

Murdoch, Mrs. 

M'Guire, Miss 
6 Wagstaffi, Mrs. 

6 Waters, James 

7 M'Naught, James 
Ralston, John 

8 Stewart, Robert 
A shgrove, T. 
Beacom, R. 

9 Shields, John 
Deans, Miss 

10 Ginsti, M. 
Hastie, Wm. 
Lyle, J. 

17 MNeill, Daniel 
M'Clintock, John 
Stronach, John 
Braidwood, Mrs. 
Wright, Miss 

18 Smith, Mrs. 
Lockhart, Mrs. 
Neilson, Mrs. 

24 Kennedy, Wm. 
Copland, J. 

25 Cameron, David 
Bryson, Andrew 
Cochran, Robert 

27 Paterson & Son, Robert 

28 Duncan, Andrew 
M'Naught, A. 




Duncan, Andrew 
Ribbons & Co. 
Noble, Henry 
Ourrie, John 


1 Bauchop, Robert 

2 Knox, Miss 
Tweedale, E. 
Galletly, James 

3 Currie, J. 
Gardner, J. 
Baird, A. 
Laing, — 
Shearer, J. 

-4 Brown, W. 
5 Macfarlaiie, Alexander 
•6 Hart, Wm. 
7 Barr, David 
8 Barr, John 

M'Garrigle, J. 
9 Robertson, Jas. 
Aird, Wm. B. 
Ferguson, — 
Morrison, David 
Kirkland, J. 
Foster, — 
"10 O'Donnell, Robert 
Donaldson, Mrs. R. 
Wandrum, Wm. 
Paterson, Misa 
Shaw, John 
Clark, — 
Smith, R. 


J. Rhodes, Mrs. 
Semple, James F. 
Guthrie, Miss Eliza 
U.F. High Church 

3 Praser, Dr. 
Lang, William 

4 Billiard Room 

7 Young & Son, John 

8 Barr, James 
Slater, J. 

Young, Misses J. S. anfl 
A. L. 
•9 Campbell, A. Laurie 
Home, Mrs. 
Stewart, Hawthorn 
Kilpatrick, W. L. 


Haircraigs — 

Lochhead, George F. 

Andrew, James 
Jane Stone House — 

Morrison, Alexander 
The Bushes— 

M Coll, Rev. John 

Isdale, James 
Blackland Mill- 
Hamilton, Adam & Sons 
Bushes — King, Walter 

— Millar, Robert 
Ervie— MacRobert, Thos. 
— Brodie Park 
Scotscroft— Eadie, J. Scott 
Clunie — Gardner, James 
Friarshal'i— Veitch, George S. 
St. Margaret's — Rowat, Wm. 
Westmount — 

Poison, Mrs. John 


1 Taylor, Andrew 
Noble, W. 
Weddell, Mrs. 
M'Nair, A. 

2 Waters, Wm. 
Burgess, John 
Millar, John 
Martin, J. 
Morrison, J. 
M'Indoe, Robert 

3 Laidler, James 
Lang, A. D. C. 
Black, H. 
Lorimer, Miss E. 
M'Glashan, D. 
Lochrie, Wm. P. 
Fyfe, — 

Ross, Mrs. Janet 

4 Hector, M. 
Bowes, Mrs. J. 
Finlator, Mrs. 
Watt, Geo. 
Crichton, Miss 
Taimahill, A. 

5 Alexander, Mrs. 
Inglis, — 
Taylor, G. 
Christie, J. 
Bowes, Miss 
Paterson, — 
I'aterson, Miss A. M. 
Monaghan, James 


1 Cooperwhite, It. 
Mossvale Dairy — Stevenson, J, 
Mossvale Farm — ^Ash, C. 


1 Beith, Mrs. Mary 
Keir, Duncan 
Armstrong, Mrs. 
Rodger, Thomas 
Hamilton, Mrs, 
Beith, Mrs. 

2 Rowe, Edward 
Taylor, Charles 
M'Gilvray, Miss 
Allan, Hugh 
Wood, George 
Campbell, Colin 
Cameron, Duncan 
Smart, Hugh 

3 Smith, William 
Smith, William S. 
Edgar, James 
M'Aulay, John 
Brown, Thomas 
Stevenson, John 
Munro, Daniel 

4 Wylie, Robert 
Donald, William 
Kerr, Mrs. 
Barr, William 
Needham, Lees 
Bennet, Robert 
Wilson, David 
Blair, Robert 

5 Dawson, John 
Boyd, Thomas 
Brodie, A. 
Gemmell, John 
Bushforth, George 
Munro, John 
Craig, Wm. D. 
Craig, Elizabeth J. 

6 Cowden, Mrs. 
Young, Robert 
Clark, Malcolm 
Crawford, Thomas 
Farquhar, Jas. M. 
Deans, Mrs. 
Tannahill, John 
Taylor, Mrs. 

7 Wood, James 
Stpwart, Mrs. W. 
Gilchrist, John 
Auchinvale, HTiss M. 
Eusseli, Wm. 






Smith, Edward 

— Potterhill Depot 

East Lodge— M'Donald, Jo^n 

Weir, Miss 

Paisley Co-operative Coal West Lodge — Brown, Chas. W, 

Innes, Andrew 

Society, Ltd. 

Ralston House— 

8 Hamilton, Edward 

Thomson, E.. 

Cayzer, Sir C. W. 

Montgomerie, Mrs. 

Ferguson & Sons, D. 

Ralston Gardens^- 

Lang, Hugh 

Wood & Sons, James 

English, Johi; 

Adams, James 

PotterhUl Farm— Eussell, John 

Eglinton, James 

Marchmont — 

Houston, John 

Mursell, Rev. Walter A. 

Morton, Alexander 

Strathview— Begg, David 


Stevens, David 

Glenview — Johnstune, Mrs. 

(Glasgow Road), 

9 Seggie, John 


Foxon, Mrs. 

Pollock, B. 

1 Brennan, John 

M'Swan, Alexander 

Carswell, A. B. 

2 M"CoU, Daniel B. 

Mitchell, James 

M'Fadyen, W. 

3 Thomson, Andrew 

Paterson, Peter 

4 Reid, Edward 

Derry, "William 

5 Aitken, Moses 

10 Currie, John 


6 Hair, Robert 

Brodie, William 

Howe, Andrew Gr, 

2 Bwing, Mrs. 

Marshall, John 

Russell, Margaret 

Wilson, David 

Robertson, Jane 


Harvey, William 

3 M'Menemy, James 

Stubbs, George 

5 M'Aulay, Mrs. Mary Inn 

1 Ayton, PetoF 

Kirk, Thomas 

6 Walker, John 

Paterson, James 

11 Hogg, William 

Crichton, Mary 

Cochran, RoDert 

Dickie, A. 

7 Free Gardeners Hall 

— Seedhill Finishing Coy, 

Service, James 

9 Henderson, Robert 

Mackiiitosh, Thomas 

17 Easdale, John 

Jack, John 

19 - 22 Roman Catholic School 



High Park Cottage — 
Speirs, J. 
M'Phee, J. 

Hart, Robert 
Ferguson, Samuel 

1 Howard, J. 

2 Colquboun, Wm. 
Fleming, — 

3 Powers, Mrs. R. 
M'Conrloch, Robert 

4 Towers, Thomas 
Galbraith, John 

5 Barclay, D. 
Payne, r— 
Perry, — 
White, John 

7 Campbell, — 
Fleming, ■ — 

8 Olen, David 
Redhaugh — Barr, James . 
Praemar — Gilmour, James 
Ardgour — ^Ferguson, Mrs. 

23 Crawford, James 

25 Boyd, Sarah 

27 M Neilly, Catherine 


1 White, Fergus 


Barsbaw West Lodge — 

Hume, John 
Barshaw House — 

Arthur, Mrs. James 
East Lodge — Maxwell, James 
Millerville — ^M' Cowan, Robert 
Inverkeilor — Kirkwood, Wm. 
St. Leonards — Bowie, Thomas 
Beechwood — Lambie, Hugh 
Cleveland — Campbell, Laurie Overdale— 

Montgreenan — 

Hamilton, George 
Notman, Mrs. W. J, 

Ebenhall — 

Drummond, Thomas G. 


EUesmere — Walker, William 
Auch engo wer ^ 

Maclntyre, Robert 
Netherby — Ealinsay, Robert 
Alton Dairy — Gillespie, Wm. 
Oldhall— Noble, Henry 

Williamson, Captain R. C. 
Newhall — Lang, seii., John 
— Mathieson, John 
Trigney— -M'Kellar, Mrs. 

Urie, M. 
M'Lean, Charles 

Kersland — 

Cochran, Edward 
Cochran, Robert 

Linnsburn— Hodgart, 

Monkshaw — • 

M 'Williams, Mrs. E, 
M'Williams, Alex, 







Rockfield— Caldwell, T. 
— Barr, Mrs. 

Laighpark — Walker, Miss 

Greenhaugh — Eeid, James 
Eeid, WilUam 

Dromore — Reid, Alex. 

Sandyford — 

Holms, William 
Holms, Mrs. A. C. 

Gallowhill— Smiley, H. H. 

GaUowhill House — 
Kerr, Mrs. Peter 

Brabloch — 

Holms-Kerr, William 
M'Naughton, John 


1 Aitken, David 
Pollock, John 

2 Bole, Mrs. William 
4 Eeid, Thomas 

7 Kennedy, D. 
— Fullerton, Hodgart & Bar- 
clay (Ltd.) 
Drysdale, John 
Wilkie, Archibald 


Wohnfried — St.icli, Alexander 
Cairndene — Cairns, James 
Nenthorn — ^Lang, Alexander 
Herbertshire — Napier, John S, 


1 Currie, Wm. 
Dickson, Chas. 
Walker, Mrs. 
Davidson, R. 

2 Denny, Mrs. 
Campbell, D. 
Sproul, John 

3 Stevenson, Mrs. 
Galbraith, Peter 

6 Wylie, Andrew 
Paul, Mrs. 
Wyllie, John 

7 Scott, John 
Boyce, Edward 
Eccles, George 

8 Aitken, Mrs. 
Smith, William 
Smith, Mrs. 

Fleming, Eobert 
9 Erskine, John 
Livingstone, William 
Renfrew, Mrs. 
Kerr, Walter 
Eemiie, Hugh 


— Craig & Wilson 

1 Eodden, Mrs. 
Turner, Barr 
Carmichael, John 

3 Waterston, Eobert 
Dunlop,, George 
Nairn, Thomas 
M'Kellar, John 

5 Hamilton, Arthur 
Orr, William 
Mortimer, Mrs. 

7 Ferguson, Eobert 


1 Lorimer, John 
Thomson, Robert 
Bonnar, James 

2 Wallace, W. 
Renton, J. 
Allison, M. 

— Gleniffer Laundry 
Isdale & M 'Galium 
Allison, James 
M'Millan, — 
Pollock & Cochrane 

Thrushcraig — 

Bowie, Allan J. 


1 M'Murtrie, Robert 
Bell, jun., Allan 
Crawford, Hamilton 
Ribbons, Timothy 
Lawrie, John 
MacGregor, Mrs. James 

2 Crawford, Peter 
Auchencloss, Mrs. 
Brown, David 
Reid, James 

Tellet, M.D., Wm. E. 
Duffie, James B. 

3 Graliam, The Misses 

3 Kirkwood William 
Hillcoat, William 
Hall (Mossvale U ,F. Church) 


5-6 U. F. Martyrs' Mission 

7 Charles, Mrs. J. 
Hannah, Mrs. Mary 
Wright, William 
Boyd, John 
Shepherd, David 

8 Vernal, John 
Tough, James G. 

9 Porter, Rebecca 
Lang, James 
Forbes, Robert 

10 Wilson, — 
Harper, Mrs. 
Anderson, George 
Gilchrist, Ellen 

11 Young, Archibald 

12 M'Innes, Mrs. John 

13 Nicol, Thomas 
Storie, John 
Wood, Miss W. 

14 Gemmell, James 
Wood, Miss 

15 Eobertson, John 
Eobertscn, Alexander 
Speirs, John 
Buchanan, Mrs. Jane 

16 Lees, John 
Eobertson, Mrs. Margaret 

17 Lauchlan, Eobert 
Balnave, Miss Annie 

18 Barr, James H. 
Mathers, S. 

Allison & Co., Joseph 
Galbraith' s 
Eowan, Thomas 

19 Hendry, Thomas 
Eraser, Miss 

Bmith, James 
Eobertson, .John 

20 Davidson, David 
Eichardson, M. 
Gracey, S. 

21 Holmes, William 
Marshall, Thomas 
Kennedy, Wm. John 

22 Galbraith, Wniiam 
Blair, Hus:h 
Wilson, Charles 




Snodgrass, James 
11 MGroldrick, James 

M'Clure, Miss 
12 Loney, Mrs. 

O'Neil, James 


3 Carr's Bakehouse 

— Foulds & Co., Ltd., Wm. 
9 M'Lean, Wm. , 

Mitchell, Jas. 
Kelly, Mrs. 
Kennedy, Geo. 
Mooney, James 

— Congregational Church 

— St. Mirren's E.G. School 
19 M'Farlane, Geo. 

— U.F. Middle Church 
23 Finino, Felix 

M'Crae, R. 

Johnston, C. H., & 


1 & 2 Lang, W. J. & W. 

4 Baillie, Mrs. 

5 M'Callum, John 

6 Lawrie, James 
Thomson, Henry 

7 Miller, Robert 
Fraser, Miss 
Stevenson, Joseph 

8 Turner, Rohert 
Lorimer, William 
Craig, Willi;! m 
Gibb, Mrs. 

9 Wylie, John 
Crawford, --^-rs. 
Baillie, John 
Sunter, Mrs. 

10 Robertson, William 
Robertson, James 

— Anchor Mills 

Clark & Co., Ltd. 
Clark, J. & J. & Co. 
23 & 25 Seedhlll Mills 
Ramsay, J. & R. 


1 Rankine, John 
Greig, Alexander 
Gumming, Hugh 
Shannaghan, William 
Neilson, John 

2 Balfour, William 
Lochhead, Robert 
Balfour, junior, William 

3 Weir, Jeanie 
Graham, John 

4 Provident Co-op. Society 
Greer, Alexander 
Grant, John 

Dick, Robert 
Robin, William 

5 Craig, Mrs. 
Hardie, Simon 
Raeside, David 
Brannan, Wm. 

6 Stevenson, — 
Thomson, Robert 
TJrquhart, Robert 
Inglis, Mrs. 
Thomson, James 

7 Pearson, James 
M'Ainsh, Peter 

8 Munro, James 
Swan, Hudson 
Benson, Richard 
Young, Mrs. James 

9 M'Lennan, Lewis 
Morton, James 

10 Robertson, Mrs. D. 
M'Leod, C. 

11 M'Callum, Duncan 
Caldwell, Robert 
Grahain, James 

1-2 Kilpatrick, Miss 
Wallace, Andrew 
Baton, John 
Campbell, William T. 
Kent, John 
Balderston, Robert 

13 Robertson, Mrs. 
M'Kee, William 
M^Bride, Thomas 

14 Pirrie, Henry 
M'Xair, William 
M'Di.nald, Peter 
Proctor, Mrs. 
Hendry, James 

15 Balderston, Thomas 
M'Donald, John 
Frew, Allan 
Young. John 

16 Rowe, Hugh 

17 Bryce, William 
Paterson, Nurse 


Ballantyne, Andrew 

18 Conn, John 
Murray, Robert 

18a Lindsay, Robert 
Blair, Duncan 
Struthers, John 
Baillie, Robert 
Dobbie, James 
Marquis, Donald 

19 Hunter, Alex. 
Harper, DaviH 
Warnock, James 
Shand, Alex. 
M'Fadyen, Alex. 
Grant, Laura 
Stirling, James 
Robertson, John 
Faulds, James 
Ross, Robert 
Kerr, William 

21 Smith, David 
Kerr, Mrs. 
Struthers, Matthew 
Flannigan, Mary 

22 Curmingham, Alex. 
Neilson, Matthew 

23 Mackie, William 
Cullen, Patrick 
M'Neil, Robert 
Thomson, Alex. 

24 Flannigan, Mrs. 
Dennison, James 
Lang, Mrs. 
Service, Thomas 

?a Brodie, Robert 

26 Smellie, John 
M'Gowan, Wm. 
M'MUlan, Hugh 

27 Campbell, William 
Crainey, Henry 

M Corkmdale, John 
Mathieson, Robert 

28 M'Naughton, Angus 
Foy, Thomas 
Norton, William 
M'Naughton, George 

29 Fortune, John E. 
•Livingstone, Archibald 

Connor, Andrew 

30 Logan, David 
Ferguson, Thomas 
Spillan, James 
M'Donald, Archibald 

31 Baird, John 
Craig, John Y. 
Beauchamp, Thomas 

33 Cowden, Thomas 
Dennison, William 




M'Auley, John 
ftTorwood — Wilson, David 
Arlington — Cameron, William 
Maryville— Scot*, B. S. 
Highfield — Patterson, Thomas 
Craigard — rRobertson, Mrs. 
Boneen — Harper, Hugh 
Auchentorlie House — 

Cattanach, Eobert A. 

Millar, Mrs. Andrew 
Lodge — Paul, James 

78 M'Naught, John 
Meiklejohn, Edward 
Walker, John 
Hosie, Wm. 

Lees, Peter 
Swan, John 

79 Hart, Thomas 
Grant, John 
Philpot, Matthew 
Russell, William 
M'Cormack, James 
Craig, Matthew P. 

80 80 Anderson, William 
Craig, Samuel 

Swan, Robert 

81 Watson, Gabriel 
Reid, John 
Ross, Gordon 
Whyte, Eobert 
Robertson, William 
Kerr, Benjamin 

82 Cunningham, Mrs. 
Gibson, Miss 
Orchardson, John 
Robertson, Miss 
Eiddell, Andrew 
Houston, Henry 

i83 Burns, George 
Heron, John 
Robertson, David 
Whiteford, [Thomas 
M'Nab, Mrs. 
Barry, John 


la M'lSTair & Son, Duncan 
Amott, Wm. 
Paton, Andrew H. 
Fleming, Andrew 
Young, Robert 
Reid, Wm. S. 
M'Taggart, James 
Hindi e, John 
Curr, Wm. 
Dennison, Mary 


HawsoB & HannaU 
Muir, Archibald K. 
Muir, John 


3 Gold, Daniel 
4 & 6 Johnston, William & Co. 
9 Forsyth, W. 

10 Currie, John 

11 Russell, A. 
Barr & M'Caig 

— U.F. Gaelic Church 


1 M'Bride, Samuel 

2 Taylor, Donald 
Laird, Joseph 

3 Duffie, James B. 
Morrison, Hugh 

4 Adams, Andrew 
M'Leod, James 
M'Kinlay, WDliam 

5 Lambie, Hugh 

6 Quin, Peter 
Fulton, William 
Russell, Dr. Wm. 
M'Culloch, James 

7 GUmour, Harry 
King, Robert 

? & 9 Allan & M'Farlane 
10 Hunter, Sarah 


4 Crawford, James 

6 Mac Adam, George 
Gilchrist, Mrs. 

* Goldie, James 

7 Mack, Alexander 
Campbell, Andrew 
Gnw, Hugh 

8 Porter, John 

11 Malcolm & Cockburn 
1? Maxwell, Alexander 
13 Watson, Peter 

Macadam, George 
15 Stevenson, William] 


2 M'Lardie, Alexander 
Lament, Archibald 
Smith, James 

3 Carnegie, Daniel 
Connell, Miss 
Lament, James 
Carruth, William 
M'Ance, William 

4 Muir, Mrs. WUliam 
Johnston, Mrs. Hugh 
Paterson, Mrs. 

5 Gilchrist, Daniel 
Smith, William 
Gray, Robert 

6 Finlayson, Mrs. 
Eadie, Alexander 
Yeats, John 

7 M'Kechine, James 

8 Bell, James 
Herd, Alexander 
M'Kay, James 

9 Adam, Joseph 
Holmes, Wilson 
Bows, Mrs. John 

10 MTarlane, David 
Stewart, Joseph 
Colquhoun, Jane 
M'Neil, Mrs. 
Lament, John 

Warnock Bros. 


6 Speirs, Robert 

5 Crawford, P. & A. 

7 Findlay, Peter 

8 Graham, Angus 


1 Brown, WUliam 
Lane, J. 

Goudie, Alexander 
Stevenson, Samuel 
Shaw, Harry 
M'Ewan, Alexander 
Stewart, Alexander 
Davies, John 

2 Constable, D. 




Culloch, William 
WestWOod, John 
M'Taggart, Donald 
Younger, William 
Mathieson, Mrs. 

3 Nicolson, John 
Jamieson, D. 
Wishart, John 
M Galium, H. 
M'G-regor, John 
Brown, John 
Meiklejohn, William 
Young, George 

4 WUson, T. 
Johnstone, William 
Herd, Robert 
Stevenson, Wm. 
Emslie, Robert 

5 Allison, R. 
Cameron, A. 
Smith, Edward 
Elder, John 
Lappin, RicMrd 
Lorimer, James 

6 Anderson, Mrs. James 
Kerr, James 
Nicolson, John 
Hamilton, John 

M' Queen, Ijnwrence 
Crawford, William 
Wright, John 

7 Walker, Miss 
Canning, A. 
Roy, John 
Carsewell, Allan 
Deaiis, Thomas 
Paterson, J. 

8 M'Intyre, Donald 
Eadie, James 
M'Cartney, Joseph 

10 Paisley Provident Co- 

operative Society 
Young, John 
Spiers, James 
Waters, William 

11 Waters, William 
Wilson, Thomas 
M'Guire, Michael 
Stewart, John 
M'Queen, Wm. 
Rocks, Mrs. Catherine 

12 Niven, Anthony 

13 Slaughter-house 
M'Luskie, John 

— Barr, John 

15 M'Laren, Dan. D. & Co. 
18 Kennedy, Jeanie 
M'Kendi-ick, Johii 

Dunlop, John 

M'Connachie, Mrs. 
Provan, William 

19 M'Call, John 
Craig, John 
Pergusson, D. 

20 Jerrard, John 
Blakey, John 

21 Holmes, John 
M'Leod, Archibald 
M'Kay, William 

22 M'Laren, Neil 
Jeffrey, Thomas 
Gray, John 

23 Minter, Thomas 
Holmes, Daniel 

24 Mitchell, William 
Boyle, Dan 
M'Mim, John 

25 Gemmell, William 
Carlin, James 

26 Houston, Alexandet 
Hamilton, David 
Robertson, James 

27 Cook, Mrs. Mary 
Cook, James 

28 Dorr is, Felix 

M' Galium, William 

29 Rae, William 

30 M'Naughten, Peter 
Crawford, James 
Clark, James 
Lynch, Hugh 

31 Beaton, Neil 

M' Skimming, John 
Beaton, Daniel 
Andrews, John 
Mossvale Public School 


Heathcot — Taylor. John R. 
Drumcroil — Spence, James 


Middle Park— Bell, R. K. 
Wester Haircraigs^ — 

Slater, John P. 
St. Catherine's — ^M'Kenzie, A 
Maryville — Cochran, Alex* 
Stanley House — 

Goats, Mrs. George 
Whitelea — Hnmilton, George 
Morodun — Brown, John A. 
Eoneil — Robertson, John 

1 Young, Robert 
M'Taggart, LaUchlan 
Provan, David 
Allison, Wm. 

4 Campbell, — ^ 
Allison, Allan 
Gilmour, Andrew 
Moore, C. 
M'Lerie. Mrs. 

5 Lauchlan, Mfs. 
M'Rory, Mrs. 
Paton, David 

7 Wallace, J. 
Steel, H. 

8 Shearer, DaVid 
Yuill, — 

Hamilton, Thomas 
Muir, James 

Harris, H. 
— Robertson, James & Sons, 
Preserve Manufactufers, 
Stevenson Street School 

9 Kelly, A, 

10 Pattieson, William 
Lylle, Wm. 
Kelly, M. 

Calside (High). 

Hill Cottage— 

Hill, David 

Murray, Mrs. 
Howrah Cottage — 

King, Mrs. A. 
U.F. South Manse^^ 

Paterson, Rev. John 
Marylea — ^Nicolson, John 
Elton Villa— Cildwell, Wm. 
U.F. Gaelic Mnnse 

M'Pher-son, Rev. W. 
Petteresso — Ross, James ' 
Gleniffer View— 

Lochhead, Mrs. 

Stewart, Alex. 
Maryfield — MacKean, Jas. A. 
Benvue — Graham, A. Forrest 
U.F. Middle Manse-^ 

Caird, Rf*v. jMmes Renny 
Corryville — Greenlees, Alei. 
Woodlands M'Lachhm, J. 
Westerfleld — 

Higheate, Henry G. 
Speirsfield — 

Paterson, Robert Mi 
Danrel House — 

Nicol, David 




1 Alexander, William 
Sweenie, Mrs. 
Ralston, T. 
G-ibson, William 
Bain, Mrs. M. 
Dickson, Thomas 

2 M'G-regor, Mrs. 
Campbell, Colin 
Gardner, — 
Wyllie, Miss 
Barr, William 

3 Ferguson, Henry 
Morrison, A. 
Hector, John 
Erskine, Robert 
Caden, John 

4 Mitchell, Robert 
Gilchrist, John 
M'Cormick, Thomas 
Jamieson, John 
Faulds, Miss 
Montgomery, James 

5 Boyle, A. 
Macdougall, Mrs. S. 
Bryce, William 
Henry, J. 
Wilson, jun., Thos. 
Gibb, Matthew 


2 M'Gihbon, Charles 

3 Carruth, Matthew 
ColqnhouD, G. 
Neil, G. 
Harvle, T. 

4 "Kerr, Mrs. 
Bell, H. 
Lament, J. 
Brogan, J. 

5 Lees, William 
Smith, James 
M'Ginnes, John 

6 Milton, Stenhen 
;M'Millan, C. 

Brock, Robert 
Reid, Neil 
-, 7 Robertson, James 
Gordon, M. 
. M'Nab, A. 

Easdeii, Mrs. 
9 M'Allister, Catherine 

10 Hart, John 
M'Allister, Hugh 
Howie, R. 

11 Gemmill, Mrs. 


M'Corquodale. — ' 
Adam, A. 

12 Gordon, John 
Graham, Tlionias 
Elliot, Robert 
Easton, S. 

13 Sweenie, Miss B. 
Robertson, T. 
Sunter, Alexander 
Munn, James 

14 Rogan, John 
Edmiston, James 
Herd, William 

15 Lyle, John 
Stewart, Charles 
M'Donald, Alexander 
M'Kinnon, Mrs. 

16 Kerr, A. 
Hector, Mrs. 
Paterson, Robert 

17 Wallace, J. 
M'Lauchlan, William 
M'Kinnon, Lauchlan 
Reid, James 

18 Wallace, Mrs. 
M'Kel, Mrs. 
Borland, John 
Brown, James 

19 Hamilton, Mrs. 
Agnew, Mrs. 
Wright, Miss 
Jackson, John 

20 Bain, Duncan 
Herd, John 
Craig, W. 
M'Dougall, Mrs. 

21 Allison. .Tnhn 
Steel, John 
Pollock, John 

22 Martin, George 
Harper, William 
Welsh, Ben 

23 Downs, John 

24 Armour, William 
M'Kenzie, John 
Killoch, William 
Killoch, George 
M'Kay, Mrs. 

25 Hamilton, Janet 
Law, James 
Andrews, James 
Gardner, Robert 
Herd, Charles 
Houston, Thomas 

26 Caskie, Mrs. 
M'Arthur, Mrs. 
Kerr, Peter 
Buchanan, John 


Carnegie, James 
27 M'Kinnon, Lauchlan 
— Bowling Green 

36 Moore, Robert 
Tarbet, John 
Dreghorn, James 
Murphy, James 
Aitken, Thomas 
Aitken, John 

37 M'Ginnes, Mrs. 
Gooldie, John 
Brisbane, J. 
Millar, — 

38 Love, Hugh 
Hind, K 
Duncan, Mrs. 

89 Welsh, James 


Stonefield Laundry 
M'Nab, William 
Shaw, David 
Ainslie, Mrs. 
Aitken, Thomas 
Bauchop, Mrs. William 
Millar, James 
Thomson, James 
Coates Bros., Ltd. 
Oswald, Mrs. 


1 Caldwell, Robert 

2 M'Bride, S. 

4 Brown, Mrs. Adam 
Lappin, Thomas 

5 Gleniffer Good Templar 


6 Graham, Thomaa 
M Innes, Donald 

7 Craig, Mrs. F. 

— U.F. High Church Mission 

10 Balfour, Maggie 

11 Cromar, Mrs. 
Dolan, Mrs. 

12 Simpson, William 

— Cattle Auction Mart 
14 Gold, Mrs. 
Forrest, Mrs. 

16 M'Guire, Charles 
Duffy, jun., Francis 

17 Walker, Martin 




Muir, Thomas 
M'Cafferty, James 

18 Morton, George 
Martin, James 
Eenfrew, Mrs. 

19 Ferguson, Norman 
Cashmore, James 
Day Nursery 
M'Intyre, Miss (Matron). 

20 Morrison, W. 
Sanderson, Thomas 
Whyte, Thomas 
Hunter, Mrs. Agnes 
Smith, Walter 
Harper, William 
Banks, John 
Eeid, William 

21 Penman, A. W. 
Muir, Joseph 
Provan, David 
Scott, Eobert 
Thomson, Archibald 
Petrie, Helen 

22 Munro, James 
Smith, Mrs. 
Smith, James W. 
Webster, — 

23 Foulds & Co., Ltd., 


24 Graham, Archibald 

25 Duguid, D. W. 
27 Gibson, Eobert 

Wylie, Miss Eliza 

O'Neil, Charles 

Smith, Inspector g 

29 Moss, Mrs. 
SI Brock, James 

Howat, Mrs. 

Howat, Eoberl 

32 M'Dermid, Mrs. 
Brock, James 

33 Branker, James 

35 Carswell & Son, David 

36 Smith, James W. 

37 M'Phail, Hugh 

38 M'Ghee, John 
40 Love, Thomas 

43 Storie Street Baptist 

M'Lelland, Andrew 

44 M'Glinn, John 
M'Mahan, John 

45 Allan, John 
Kane, James 

46 Corporation Baths 
Ferguson, James 

49 Brown, Mrs. Eobert 

50 Shepherd, David 

STOlllE S'lEEET— Con. 

M'Callum, Miss 

51 Speirs, Mrs. Mary 
Stevenson, William 

52 Craig, Mrs. Ann 
Hart, William 

53 Knox, Walter 
Ewan, James :, 

54 Downie, William 
Britton, Joim 
Gray, David 

55 Balfour, Mrs. 
Dickie, William 
Spencer, Henry 
Young, David 
Cole, John 

56 Blane, David 
— Eeformed Presbyterian 


58 Barr, Alex. 

59 Young, David 
M'llwham, James 

61 Howie, jjavid 

62 Spence & Son, John 
M'Pherson, Mrs. 
Pogson, S. 

. Carruth, D. 


& 4 Swan, J. & M. 

5 Wallace, Mrs. 
Bell, Mrs. 
Eitchie, — . 
Stewart, Mrs. 
Crawford, Miss M. 

6 Farrol, Thos. 
Neilson, John 

Gray, James 
— St. Catherine's 



2 Finnie, Mrs. 

3 Stevenson, Dr. J. 

4 Lamont, Janet 
Allison, John 
Bodger, William 

— St. Catherine's E.G. School 


1 Fella, Stephen 
M'Corkindal, D. 

2 Allison, Walter 
Kelly, Adam 
Sutherland, Edward 
Kiikpatrick, Thomas 
Park, James 
Paterson, Miss 

3 Hart, Mrs. Archibald 
Campbell, C. P. 
M'Millan, Mrs. 
Dick, Mrs. M. 
Faulds, Mrs. 

4 M'Nair, Duncan 

5 Borland, Janet 
M'Garrity, Charles 
M'Luskie, Peter 
M Clelland, Mrs. 
ScouUar, J. 
Marshall, Mrs. "W. 
Campbell, C. P. 

6 Primitive Methodist 


7 Donald, A. (church officer) 

8 Stewart & Wallace 
Stewart, P. D. 

9 M'Gee, W. 
Kennedy, A. 
Skinnider, E. 
Mills, J. 
Millar, Mrs. M. 

10 Faulkner, B. G. 
Bell, D. 

Adam, Archibald 
Dempster, P. 
Davie, John 
11 to 14 Works— Lee, Eobt. 
15 Kerr & Co., William 
Christie, & Sons, William 

18 Brown, William 
Wilson, Eobert 
Caledonian Eailway Stables 

19 Cassells, Eobert 

20 Lamb, Andrew 
Ferguson, John 

21 Porter, Miss I. 
M'Lachlan, John 
Kennedy, J. 

22 Pottie, M. 
M'Kenzie, Miss J. 

23 Adams, Joseph 
Eitchie, J. 
Bell, E. 

Muir, Mrs. ; 

Christie, Mrs. > 

25 More, James 
Crawford, Mrs. 
Holmes, J. : 





Eobertsch, J; 

Stewart, M. 

Leonard, J. ' - 

26 Houston, W-. Ft 

27 Barclay, Allan 
M'Muirtrie, Jessie 

2S Cairns, J. 
Burns, J. 
Walkei-, J; 
M'Gee, MrS. 
Whitehouse, Eoberfe 
29 Lyons, M. 
Foulds, W. 
Wardrope, Altei. 
M'Neilage, J. 
GuOa, j; 
31 Hunterj t>h J. S. 
Gibson, &. 
Campbell, #. 
Sheriff Coiirt BuUdihgs^-i 
Brown, William 
Court House 
Sheriff Lyell 
trocui-atof Fiscial =*=• Geb. 

Teats, GPotge 
County Buildings— 

Dr. A. Campbell Munro 
Ja. Caldwell, ituir, & Cald- 

ST. JAMi!§ PLAC^. 

Black & Co., T. 
Pottie, A. & M. 

6 Andersoii, John A. 

7 i&ibb, Dr. Wm. P. 

8 British Workman 
M'Intyre, Peter 
Barr, Mnggie 
Hayes, Mrs. William 
Quinton, James 
Cowan, Jatniss 
Gemmell, Jojhh 

9 Deans, Willialh 
Richmond, M.i3., Andrew 
Marshall, Mrs. 

12 Park, Mrs. 
Lawrie, fi. & M. A; 
Penman, Dr. E. S. 
Walker, James 
M'Nair & Sons, D. 
M'Nair, D 
M'Nair, John 

13 Richmond, Jahies 
Davidson, juh.j foloA 

MacRobertj feon^ & fiutchi-Maryfield— Isdale, Ralph 

HhtehisoH Westerlea^-^atoQj Robert 

Hart, AbefOrombie & Lang The Ferns^ 

Smi£h & Scott, G«w 
Barr, James Craig 
Hislop, R; & G. 
Macdonald, Stewdft 
Btei^dit, C.A; 


4 Clarke, Joseph 
6 Clarke, Joseph 


8 Prudential AssuriEUibte Cos, 

Surveyor of a?axes and 

Inland Revenue (Exeise). 

9 Dickson, William 
Royal Bank 

10 Cooper & Co. 
Millar, W. & A. 
Millar, Mrs. 
Houstohi XTisji 
Singer (The) Manufactur- 
ing Coy. 

Hart, Miss 

NicoJ, John 

Millar, sen., Adain 

Peden, W. 

Flemmg, EeM, «fe C8-.> ttd. 

11 Bank bf Scbtland 
Veiteh, George Setbil 

12 Cockburn & Co.j Ltd; 
Paisley Brick Go. 
^mith, Wni. 
Caldwell, Petef- 

Macalisterj John H-. 
Cunningham, Mrs* Ai 
Murray, John E* 
& Sunnyside West-^ 

WotherspooUj J. Bt 
SUhrlyside Eaat- - 
Thomson, Joseph 


L Bodys, Abraham 

Adam, William 

Meikle, i3-eorge 

Cummings, Mrs. 

Kelly, Mrs. 
J ±±iU, William 

Green, Duncan 

M'Intosh; Robert 

Hicks, Robert 
1 Muir, James 

Irvine, William 

Baird, John 

^ilsoQi Misses 


Jessieville — ^Millar, P. K. 

Wardknowe — Adam, Alex. 

Parklea— HoustoUj Mrs* Ri 

Mayfield— M'Calluto, JuliiiS 

Royston— Smith, John 

Nelsonville — Robettson, j&mes 23 Dow, J. 

Smith, Johh 25 Greenhaughj Robert 

Roberfsoni James 27 Huntef j John 


1 Smith, R. W. 

2 Ferguson, Robert 

3 Anderson, Robert 

5 Muir, Willi&m 

6 Eraser, H. 

7 Wilson, S; 

8 Young, William 

9 Hopwoodj James 

10 Fox, A. E. 

11 Michael, James 

12 M'AUeyj William 

13 Pollock, Robert 

14 Cochran, John 

15 Miller, J. 

16 Stevenson, Andrew 

17 Philip, M. 

18 Lyle, William 

19 Toole, William 

20 Craig, P. S; 

21 Low, Frank 

22 Russell, Georgre 





iO Mainds, James 

11 Parker, Robert 

12 Bell, Samuel 

13 Keven, David 

14 Cuthbertson, Thomas 

15 Menzies, Robeit 

16 Kerrj George 

17 Morris, Thomas 

18 Fowler, William 

19 Wylie, James 


2 Stevenson, Thomas 
G-reenlees, Walter 

3 Flett, John 

4 Wallace, Robert 


The Moorings — Blair, Matthew 
Thornycroft^ — Tfobertson, W. P. 
Glenarm — Drew, James 
— Stewart, J. P. 
Crofthead — Percy, Francis 
Daisy Bank — 

Ronald, William 

Evans, William 


M'Callum, John 

Brown, — 

M'Gechan, Mrs. 

Kirkwood, Isaac 

Kerr, Andrew 

Barr, J. 
Thornley Park Farm- 
Stewart, John 
Burnfoot — Cochran,, Alex. 
West Thornlymuir— Watt, T. 
Thornly Farm— Hendry, John 


2 Speirs, John 
M'Gregor, James 
Dowie, William 

3 Keith, Alexander 
M'Cafferty, John 
Irvine, Mary 

Lochhead, James 
Sellars, John 
Rattery, Alexander 

4 CarlUe, James Sim 
Strachan, Matthew 
Hamilton, Alexander 
M'Kinlay, Annie 

Smith, Ponald 

5 Brown, James 
Hill, Andrew 
FouldSi Robert 
M'Lardie, MrSi 
Rodger, Wm^ 

6 Conville, John 
Allison, John 
Clark, Mrs. 

M Intyre, John 

7 M'Intyre, John 
M'Auley, John 
Winton, William 
Meikle, William 
Weaver, Luke 
Brown, John 
TurnbuU, William 

— Thread SI. U.F. Church 

8 Ferris, James 

10 Watt, James 
George, Alexander 
Bain, Miss E; 
Bryson, David 
Sorley, Mrs* W-. 

11 M Gill, Donald 
Gutiirie, Thomas 

12 Coats, Mrs. 
Sim, Thomas 
Green, Charles 
Wilkinson, Mrs. 

13 M'Nair & Co. 
M'Nair, Robert 
Allan, John M. 
Lawrie, Harry 

14 Paterson, Samuel 
Hutchison, Robert 
Mortimer, Joseph 
Smith, MrSi 
Kirk, John 
Fihdlayj James 

15 Millar, Ann 
Kirk, Robert 
Moran, Mrs. 
O'Hare, Mrs. 
Bowles, MrSi 

16 Aitken, James 
CamT)bell, Miss 
Husband, Mrs; 
Houston, Robieirt 
M'Garven, Owens 
Moir, Mrs. 

17 Alexander, John 
Crapnell, Joshua 
M'Lean, Mrs. 
18 & 20 Reid & Sons, Thomas 

21 Smith, John 
Goudie, Hugh 

22 Waters, Cook, & Co. 
24 Stewart & Peebles 

Murray i& Co., John 
Cochran & Sons, Robert 

27 Allan, James 
Hamilton, Mrs. 
Easdon, David 
Johnston, Mrs. 
Hamilton, James 
Laughlan, William 

28 Nicol, David 
Reid, Thomas 
M iiiwan, John 

M Bryde, Charles 
Sproul, Mrs. 

29 Armour, Mrs. 
Brown, Mrs. 

30 Harkins, Annie 
Muir, George 
Struthers, James 
Paton, Matthew 

31 Andrew, Mrs. 
Balnave, Mrs. 
Campbell, Charles 

32 Stewart, Mrs. 
Dickie, William 
Adam, William 
Osborne, Mrs. 
Adam, Mrs. 

33 Buchanan, John 
M'Latchie, Miss 
Paton, William 
Brodie, Mrs. 

34 Cameron, Alextoder 
Blackl)nrn, Miss 
Glen, William 
Dickson, Miss 

35 Beaton, Mrs. 
Campbell, Mrs-. 
Hepburn, Matthew 

36 Allison, Henry 
Turner, Mrs. 
Smitu, Edward 
Flannigan, Mrs. 

37 Gumming, David 
Scott, Robert 
Campbell, Mrs. 
Eraser, Mrs. David 

38 Lyle, John 
Sim, William 
Currie, John 
Ronald, Miss 



TOWJSTH^iAD j-^^v^tACJi. 



Robb, Mrs. 

Wotherspoon, P. 

Marymaur — 

Prapereau, E. P., B.A. 

Harper, Mrs. 

Bowie, W. 

Young, John 

Ralston, Joseph 

Harper, H. M. 

M'Arthur, Wm. 

HUl A. 

36 Noble, Miss A. 

Be;tt, , David 

4 Welch, William 

38 M'Lean, John 

Eeid, Miss Margaret 

Pollock, William 

Wishart, John 

3 Cuthbertson, Sto-t 

Thorley, R. 

— St. James U.F. Church ' 

Tullis, Eobert 

Eeid, A. 

Caledonian Railway 

llasmussen, Alex. C. 

Adam, J. 

(Underwood Depot) 

Alexander, Mrs. 

Pinkerton, William 

43 Beckett, D. 

Brown, Andrew C. 

2 Kilpatrick, W. L. 

M'Nair, R. 

Pulton, Miss 

M'Ausland, Misses 

M'Killop, J. 

Pitt, Miss Elizabeth 

Allison, James 

Kennedy, J. C. 

5 Calton, John 

Donnelly, J. J, 

Lindsay, J. 

Pollock, J. T. 

Shannon, Mrs. 

Wood & Ph., James 

Pinkerton, Mrs, 

Leonard, — 

Underwood Co - operative 

Brown, John 

Coal Co. 

Gardner, Alex. 

Logon, Sons & Co., Ltd. 

Donald, Mrs. 

Robertson & Sons, J. 

Wilson, Robert 

Dougall, Samuel 

7 Miller, Thomas 

Young & Kelly 

Anderson. Miss 

Whitehead, J. & D. 

M'Dougall, James 

More, Robert 

Wilson, Mrs. William 


Speks & Gibb 

9 Bowie, Wm. 

Craig & Gardner 

M'Donald, J. 

Christie & Sons, William 

GUbson, Mrs. Wm. H. 

1 M'MUlan, J. 

M'Kay, John 

M'Cowat, S. 

Shawcross, James J. 

2 Lamb, James B. 

Berry, Adam B. 

3 M'Phee, Mrs. 

Berry, Elizabeth 

4 Christie, sen., Wm. 

Barratt, John 

Christie, jun., Wm. 


13 Napier, William D. 

6 Gillespie, D. 

12 llardie, John D. 

Allison, D. 

Irilchrist, Mrs. 

Underwood House — 

I Brown, Helen 

Logan, James 

Allison, R. Porbes 

Sproul, John 

Murray, Mrs. William 

— Mo-Car Syndicate, Ltd. 

M'AUister, Miss 

Gemmill, W. Malcolm 

Kerr, R. & J. P. 


10 Waddell, Robert T. 

13 Reid, William 

Hogg, T. 

Carlin, Francis 

MacTagsrart, L. 

14 Kelly, William 

Mackenzie, J. 

Kennedy, W. 

M'Nab, R. 

Arthur, S. 


Watt, J. B. 

Underwood Park — 

Black, James 

Brown, Miss 

Kirk, J. 

21 Eadie, Mrs. 

1 M'AUister. Mrs. 

8 Lawson's (Ltd.) 

Provident Co-op. Society 2 Hamilton & Co., J. 

Gibson, Alexander 

Jarvie, J. 

Harper, J. 

Mackenzie, Miss 

22 Irvine, H. 

Gilmour, J. 

Hamilton, Eobert 

Howie, J. 

Rodger, — 

M'Kellar, W. R. 

27 M'Ghee, William 

Paul, W. 

Macnair, T. 

Greenhill House- 

Barr, Patrick 

M'KeUar, Mrs. C. 

Stewart, Miss 

St. Charles Catholic School 

Clarfe, Mrs. 

Greenhill Cottage — 

and Chapel 

M'Ausland, Miss 

M'Kellar, D. 

6 Craig, William 

6 Campbell, David 

Kelso, William 

Speirs, Eobert 

Wilkie, J. 

— Refuse Destructor 

7 Smith, Robert ' . 

Wilson, Wm. 

Speirs, A. 

Logan, A. 






8 Cummings, Mrs. 
Dreghorn, A. 
M'Intyre, Bobert 
lleid, William 

9 Granger,' Mrs. 
Sinclair, John 
Smith, Jas. 
Demster, Mrs. 

10 HaWon, William 
Calderwoofl, Alex. 
Shannon, John 

11 Rodger, Mrs. 
Aitkenhead, Robert 
Haldane, J. 

12 Acton, Mrs. 


1 Barclay, Mrs. 
Millar, John 
Fulton, Miss 
Gordon, George 

2 M'Farlane, Mrs. A. 
Greig, Charles J. 

3 Crawford, Daniel 
Wetherington, David 
Duguid, David 
Bodys, James 


1 Smith, E. 
M'Cormiok, .John 
Johnstone, Samuel 

2 Gilmour, William 
Blackball, Henry 
Munro, Alexander 
Hamilton, William 


Eadie Bros. & Co. 
Ralston U.P. Church 

1 M'George, John 

Cameron, Wm. 

Stewart, J. 

Diverty, W. 

Carter, Mrs. 
3 M'MUlan, Wm. 

M'Kechnie, Mrs. 

Morton, G. 

Muir, P. 

Morrison, T. 
5 Leckie, J. 

Kirk, Walter 

Russell, J. 

Cochrane, Mrs. 

Murray, John 
7 Watson, Henry 

Melville, J. 

Arthur, A. 

Barr, George 
9 O'Neil, James 

Leggatt, Robert J. 

Beaton, Joseph B. 
11 Mitchell, P. 

Matheson, Hugh 

Parr, James 

Watt, Wm. 

Pollock, Bobert 

Oakes, Robert 

Howie, — 
13 Glen, Allan 

Lemay, Mrs. 

Kidd, — 

Martin, J. 

Mathieson, — 
15 Hannah, Adam 

Booth, Mrs. 

Stephen, — 

Rankin, William 

Cochran, James 

Bryce, Robert P. 

Weu-, John 

Wilkinson, — 
17 Brookshaw, Alfred 

Cummings, Alex. 

Clark, Arthur S. 

Chatterton, L.R.A.M., 

A.E.C.O., Robert A. 

Hannah, William 

Divertie, William 

Millar, Miss E. 

Neilson, Thomas 
19 Stewart, Mrs. C. 

Thomson, George 

Wallace, J. 

Jeffrey, John 

Lauchlan, J. 

Money, William 
25 Hodson, Pre'd. 

1 HoUis, John 
4 Waters, William 
Mathieson, Jamea 
Munro, Angus 
Ritchie, Peter 
6 Ferguson, Peter 
8 Jackson, Mrs. 

10 Cassidy, G. 
Stoddart, James 

11 M'Kenzie, Thomas 
Kilgour, William 

18 Gibson, John 

19 Martin, Robert S. 

20 WUson,' Mrs. 

21 Dick, A. S. 

22 Waters & Co. 


1 Gardner, James 
Fergusson, Robert 
Graham, Angus 

— Clark & Co., John 

Greenlaw Goods Station 
Grierson & Co., R. 


2 Gibson, Peter 
Wade, Charles 
Millar, James 
M 'Bride, Daniel 
Morrison, William 

3 Thomson, William 

4 Goudie, James 
Lennan, Miss 
Hutton, John 
Malcolm, John 

5 Glen, Thomas 
Connell, Alexander 
Ewing, John 
Fletcher, Mrs. Hugh 

6 Leitch, A. 
Crawford, J. 
Kyle, William 
Dochertv, J. 






8 Hunter, John 
Fitzpatrick, Daniel 
Kennedy, Archibald 
M'Ghee, John 

9 Andrew, William 

12 Williams, Henry 
Baird, Mrs. 
Colquhoun, A. 

13 Taylor, Susan 
Asquith, K. 
M'Brayne, Agnes 

14 Brownridge, Robert 
Lynch, Hugh 
Wallace, John 
Cochran, William 

15 Dunlnp, John Y. 

16 M'Kell, James 

17 M'Ginnigall, William 
Cowden, Hugh 
M'Laughlan, Mrs. 

1, 2, & 3 Monaghan, Mrs. 


Russell, Wm. 
2 Robertson, David 


Gilmour, John 
GUmour, Andrew 
Gilmour, George 
Brown, Ralph 
King, John D. 
Wallace, Mary 
Brodie, David 
M'lSTeil, Richard 
Mitchell, jjimes 
Andrew, Willinm 
Pattison, Archibald 
Fairlie, John 
Walls, James 

Nevison, Walter 
Simpson; John 
White, John 
M'Kay, Christina 
Pulton, David 
14 Wilson, Edward 
Rowan, Joseph 
Morton, Robert 
Brown, John 


1 Orr, James 
Landes, Robert 
Taylor, Mrs. 
Pitzpatrick, Mrs. 

2 Brown, William 
Wilson, Charles 
M'Kechnie, Elizabeth 
Find! ay Miss Mary 

3 M'Gowan, James 
Rollo, James 
Spence, Thomas 

4 M'Donald, Duncan 
Wallace, Malcolm 
Perrier, William D. 

5 M'Donald, Mrs. James 
7 Crilley, James 

Marrin, James 

Crilley, Dp.vid 
i & 9 Burnet & Hamiltoii 

Burnet, W. M. 

Forrest, James 

Andrews, W. 
12 Harrison, James 

M Innes, William 

M'Crone, Ji 

Sommervill, James 

14 Howe, John 
M'Laren, Xeil 
Law, Alexander 

15 Macrae, Mrs. Finlay 
Robertson, Wm. 
Gibson, v¥illiam 

16 Hamilton, J. K. 
London, Thomas 

17 Keir, Mrs. 

Lauder, Mrs. ThomaS 
Towns, Alexander 

18 Johnston, William 
Rennip, Mrs. David 
Neil, Robert 

Irvine, Robert 
O'May, Andrew 
Henderson, John 
Cloudesly, H. 
Anderson, John 

20 King, Thomas 
Latham, Alexandel: 
Small, James 

21 Chalmers, LiVingstbfie 
Marshall, David 

22 Cumming, WilUain 
Craig, William 
Cumming, John 

23 Jamieson, WilliaM 

24 M'Donald, Mrs. 

26 Wood, James 
Raeside, James 
Jamieson, John 
Ferguson, John 
Jamieson, James 

27 Bowie, Maggie 
Bowie, William 
Stewart, Archibald 

28 Towns, Alexandel!' 
Pattison, James 
Lees, WUliam 
Erskine, J. 

29 Wyllie, William 
Dunlop, John 
Rodger, Williaftt 

30 Ritchie, Thomas 
Stevenson, Robert 
Aitken, Robert 
Cashmore, George 
Alcorn, John 

31 Stevenson, Lizzie 
Deans, John 
Todd, WiUiam 
Gibb, Thomas 
M'Callum, Archibald 

33 Adam, John 
Lauchlan, Robert 
Morton, James 
M'Donald, Robert 
Rennie, R. A. 

34 Klickert, S. 
Whiteford, Lizzie 
Tobia^ Peter 

35 Robb, Helen 
Gray, John 

36 Thomson, Elizabeth 
Maybole Boot Repairing 

Morton, Mary 

37 Martin, Robert 
Wallace, Robert 

38 Stewa't, Thomas 
M'llroy, Thomas 




Lilybank — rM'Grhee, William 

40 If'Innes, A. 
Finlay, Miss Mary 
Martin, A. D. 

41 Wengenroth, Gottfried 

45 Pinkerton, John 
Bell, — 
PJeming, W. &. 
Hill, K. & J, 
Eenucci, Luigi 
Walker, James 
Walker, William 
Thomson, P. 
Aiken, Ilobert 

46 Biggs, W. G. 
M Kaig, Peter 
Malcolm, Andrew C. 
Hemphill, Christopher 
Martin, Mrs. 

47 Campbell, Daniel E. 


Millar, David 
Glasgow, C. 
Young, John & Co. 


1 Walls, Davina 
Boni, A. 
Menzies, Matthew 

2 Stirling, Mrs, 
Wilson, Walter 

— Original Secession Church 

4 Spence, James 
Thomson, Miss 
M'Millan, — 
Hamilton, John 
Gladstone, jun., John 
Spence, James 
Watson, A. & T. 

5 Gemmill, Malcolm 
Cowan, Archibald 
Crosbie, Agnes 

6 Eraser, M. & H. 

Cowan & Stewart 

Eobert, John 

Gibson, Dr. 
7 M'Callum, James 

Mytthie, E. 

M'Geoch, Geo. 

Miles, James 

Oakes, Eoberb 

Smith, Miss 

White, Wm. 
9 Anderson, Mrs. 

Stewart, David 

Lyle, Wm. 

Young, Stephen 

Lang, WUliam 

Thomson, J. 

Holmes, Mrs. 

Ritchie, Eobert D. 

10 Macallum, Wm. 
Macallum, Jane 
Morton, Marion 

11 Andrews, John 

12 Clark, Kenneth G. 
Scotch Standard Hosiery 

Wellmeadow Bowling 

13' Strafford, H. S. 
Provan, Andrew 
Anderson, James 
Sim, William 
Creedon, John 
Pettigrew, — 
Sunter, John 

14 Ting Tong Tea Coy. 
Jaap, John 
Eobertson, J. 
Waddell, E. D. 
Paterson, J. 
Campbell, E. 
Stevenson, J. 

15 Ross, P. P. 
Jaap, John 
Bisland, Miss 
M'Millan, John 
CroU, David W. 

16 Hamilton, Mrs. Alexander 
Kernohan, John 
Wilson, Mrs. 

Andrews, Miss 

17 Colquhoun, David 
Aitken, Thomas 

18 Eennie, Alexander 
Eennie, Mrs. 

Commerial Bank of Scot- 

M'Kechnie, Elizabeth 

19 Baird, Henry 

Urquhart, E. 
Munro, Alexander 

20 Logan, James & Eobert 
The British Workman 

Gardner, James 
Clelland, Christina 
Smith, Wm. 
M'Neil, John 
Ferguson, John 

21 MacFee, Mrs. 
Holms, M.D., John 
Woodrow, Mrs, 
M'Nair, Wm. 

22 Kirkwood, Alex. 
Walker, Miss 

23 M'Gregor & Young 
Osborne, William 
Sutherland, William 
M'Gregor, Donald 
Young, Miss 

24 Macfarlane, Mary 
Cochran, Wm. 
Dunlop, James 
Craig, David & Son 

27 Kirk, John 
Kirk, Alexander 
Kirk, Mrs. 

28 Wood, Mrs. 

28 Barton, John 
Lawson, Miss Agnes 

29 Porter, Agnes 
Black, M, G. 
Stevenson, M.D., Jnhn 
Dickie, David 
Wellmeadow Post Office 
Black, M. G. 

30 Hunter, John K. 

31 Massey & Son, A. 
Union Bank of Scotland 

32 Keir, Eobert 
Lockhart, George 
Anderson, William 
Marshall, Allan 

35 Baton, Miss C. E. S. 

M'Millan, John 

Roberts, Mrs. 

Todd, David 

Brodie, Miss B. 

Kennedy, David 
— Oakshaw U.P. Church 

Mission Hall 
37 Sunter, Thomas 

Coia. M. 

Kirkwood, Miss M. 

Gray, Wm. 

Bulloch, Miss 

M'Neish, Mrs. Alexander 




Park, Mrs. 
Crayon, John 

39 Neilson, Thomas 
Pinkerton, Miss 
Johnston, Misses 

40 Creedon, John 

41 Fenton, Louis Henry 
Henry, Charles 
Bett, David 

Bain, Robert J. 
Guthrie, James 

42 Cathcart, W. & T. 

43 Waddell, A. L. & Sons 
Anderson, James 


1 Black, James 

3 M'Calhim, Mrs. 

4 Paterson, John, & Co. 

5 Lovell, James 
7 Crawford, R. 

11 Houston, Alex. 

12 Parlane, Jas. 

13 Fleming. Dngald 
M'T-ean, John S. 

— Oakshaw Memorial ILa)l 


2 Duncan, Matthew 
Wallace, James 

6 Provan, D. 
Graham, M. 

7 Stewart, James 
21 M'Neish, E. 

M'Yey, D. 
23 Wilson, Robert 

5 Inglis, John 

8 Bethal (Ferguslie) Missio]i 


9 Haldaiie. M ggie 

12 Lyall, John 
Gibb, Samuel 

13 Morrison, John 

15 M'Donald, William 

16 Andrews, Peter 

17 Lyall, William 

1 Gorrod, James 
M'Kechnie, Mrs. 




3 M' Arthur, John 

5 Browning, Alexander 
Fisher, William 
Stewart, William 
Love, Daniel 

6 Cockburn, Robert 
10 Browning, sen., Alex, 
12 Smith, Samuel 

M'Millan, Thomas 
13 Mure, James 

1 Cowan & Co. 
3 James, William 

6 Kennedy, George 
Scott, Wm. 

7 Kilpatrick, Janet 

8 Knox, Jeanie 

9 Whiteford, John 
Carlin, Wm. 
Craner, John 
M'Gown, Chas. 

10 Murdoch & Co., Robert 

11 & 12 Cochran, Mrs. Jas. C. 


Prospecthill House — 

Rowat, Mrs. Robert 
Eosehill — 

Rowat, jun., Thomas 
Greenside — 

Greenlees, Mrs. Matthew 

Hutchison, Miss 

Hutchison, John 


Kelburne Cricket Club 
Whitehangh House — 

Eiddell, James 
Xnrsery — -Airdrie, D. 
Allison Memorial Hall 

The Orchard — Wright, Morris 
Bushyhill — Robertson, John 
Ashgrove — Welsh, James 
Peveril — ^Hawley, John 
Avonlea — Ritchie, Robert 
Knoxton — ^Brown, David 
Olivemount — Smith, Mrs. 
Lilybank- Forsyth, James 
Patrickbank — 

M'Farlane, Malcolm 


2 Kirkwood, Mrs. 
Tait, Robert 
Adam, John C. 
Watson, John 
Harrison, Mrs. 
Killoch, Mrs. 

3 Hogg, Archibald 
Gardner, Matthew 
M'Ghie, Miss 
M'Kinnon, Lauchlan 
Tait, David A. 
Pollock, David C. 

4 Lawrie, William 
M'Callum, Andrew M. 
Killin, Archibald 
Lyall, Andrew 
Macdougall, A. M. 
C;unpbell, Robert 

5 Black, James A. 

M 'Hutchison, John 
Stewart, Adam 
Elder, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Adams, James 

6 Shedden, John 
Marshall, James 
Deans, James R. 
Kilpatrick, Alexander 
Macfarlane, Daniel 
Blair, James 

7 Day, James 
Kelly, — 

Calderwood, Andrew 
M'Kinlay, William 
MKean, Mrs. 
Wyper, John 

8 Goudie, Miss 
Wilson, Miss 
Snodgrass, Archibald 
Eopper, David 
Muir, Alexander 
Ferguson, William 

9 Hartiand, Edmund 




Eae, Alexander 
Eussell, Mrs. Eobert Y. 
Dickie, Thomas 
Brodie, John 
Sunter, John 

10 Young, John 
Walker, David 
Dundas, Porteus S. 
Crawford, William 

11 Winfield, James 
Paul, WUliam 
Skinnider, Albert S. 
Hendry, Mrs. 
Mackay, George 


1 Burnside, George 

Earl, James 

Davis, Alexander 

Glancey, James 

Greer, William 
3 Black, Matthew 

Morrison, Donald 

Baillie, James 

Harvie, George 

Allan, Joseph 

Cockburn, Mrs. 
5 Jamieson, Alexander 

M'Crae, Eoderick 

Murdoch, George 

Scott, Mrs. 

Smith, Miss 

Eeid, Hugh 
7 Hamilton, Eobert 

Henderson, George 

Eonald, William 

Eeid, Miss 

Gray, James 

Tannahill, Mrs. 
9 Law, Allan 

Caggie, William 

Cameron, Mrs. 

Muirhead, John 

Monaghan, William 
11 Smith, Hugh C. 

Lindsay, Peter 

M'Crae, Eobert 

Cochran. William 

Wilson, John 

Watson, James 
13 Keith, Wm. B. 

Wilkie, Angns 

Eowe, Thomas 

Kelso, James 
15 Wallace, John 

Souden, Alexander 

Whan, George 
Eobertson, Andrew 
Scott, Andrew 
Craigen, William 

17 Steen, James 
Aitken, Adam 

19 Eobertson, Mrs. 
Wright, James 
Cameron, Alexander 

21 Gumming, Samuel 
Aitken, William 
Powrie, Thomas 

23 Hunter, William K 
Caldwell, David 
Millar, Alexander 
Leitch, John 

24 Ealston, John 
M'Intosh, Mi-3 E. 
Eoss, Wm. S. 
Cowan, Mrs. 
Love, Mrs. 
Cook, Henry 

22 Dunan, John 
M'Arthur, Mrs. 
Eeaoch, James 
M'Aulay, William 
M'Keddie, Alex. 
Arneil, Alex. 

20 M'Laucnlan, Mary 
Morton. John T. 
Pratt, Mrs. 
Gray, William 
Fulton, Peivr 

18 Anderson, Mrs. 
Love, Mrs. 
Brown, Thomas 
Fraser, John 
Picken, James 
Anderson, John 

16 Haran, Mrs. 

Deans, William 

Adams, James 

Semple, John 
14 Allison, James 

Irvine, James 

Paterson, Alexander 

Co-bett, Alex. 

Grant, John 

M'Gill, James 

Love, Kenneth 
12 Tennent, Mrs. 

Sutherland, Mrs. 

Mcholson, Thomas 

Harper, John 

Telfer', Alexander 

Steven, Thomas 
10 Fleming. Henry 

Eoxburgh, Eobert 

Arnott, Charles 
M'Arthur, David 
Cameron, Hugh 
Hardie, Mrs. 

8 Christie, James 
Kerr, David 
M'Kaig, William 

6 Murdoch, Daniel 
M'Kellar, Daniel 
Colquhoun, John 
Lambie, John 
Goodwin, Bella 
M'Kinlay, Mrs. 

4 Templeton, Miss 
Cherry, Mrs. 
Johnston, George 
M'Parlane, John 
Bogie, James 

2 M'Lean, Mrs. A. 
Temple, Eobert 
SpeLrs, Mrs. 
M'Parlane, Peter 


3 M'Donald, Mary 
Stewart, Alexander 
Williamson, John 
M'Lean, Andrew 
Barr, Daniel 

4 Millar. James 
Maclachlan, E. B. 

5, 6, & 7 Paisley and Barrhsad 

8 Porter, John 
M'Murray, Thomas 
M'XeU, Mrs. 

9 Adam, Mrs. John 
Adam, George 
M'Parlane, Mrs. 

11 Gardner, Eobert 
Thomson, Eobert 
Wright, Mrs. 

12 Brown, William 

13 Hardie, John D. 
1 4 Orier, .Tames 

15 Nicol, Miss Jeanie 

16 Stewart, Miss 
Anderson, Eobert 
M'Lardie, Thomas 

18 M'Gregor, Miss Jane 
Sornerville, Mrs. 
Crawford, William 

19 Boyd, James 
Bryson, Miss 

20 Muir, Mrs. David 
Eeid, Miss 




23 Harvie, jun., Robert 

26 Glasgow and Govan Boot 

Repairing Company 
Haddow, Mrs. Agnea 

27 Dobson, David 

29 Allison, Agnes 
Grihben, John C. 
Bulloch, James A. 
Richmond, William 
Cuthbertson, Miss 
Hunter, Walter M D. 

30 Wallace, Robert 

Airdrie, David 
Dalgleish, John H. 
Millar, John 

31 Brown, Alexander 
Reid, Alexander 

32 Lynn, Wiliiam 
Haine, Joseph W. 
Ronald, Mrs. Robert 
Sullivan, Mrs. 
M'Lean, John R. 
Hendry, James 
Ford, Ben. 


3 Matchett, Joh|i 
Woodside House-^ 
Coats, Archibald. 
Coats, P. M, 


8 Munro, John 

9 Hogg, T, 


1 Gladstone, Joha 
Wilson, Hugh 


Baker, Purveyor, Cook, and Confection^rf 

latest and most approved style. Estimates forwarded immediately on receipt of instructions. 
Christmas Cakes, Birthday Cakes, Iced Cakes, & Finest Variety of Jellies, Creams, & Ices. 

STEAK PIES.— AshetS supplied.— No Charge for Ashets unless when broken or 
cracked. Your Own AshetS can be sent— only state what weight you want ; or 
you can send them filled, when I will cover them with Paste and cook them.-r-Price, 
from 1,- to 2/-, according to size. 

All Orders ivill have Personal Supervision. Telephone No. 9x4. 



Population according to the Census of 1881, ..55,581. 

Population do. do. IhiJl, 66,407. 

Population do. do. 1901, 79,363. 

Increase during the past decade, 12,9-56. 
Estimated population, 1903, 82,603. 

Member of Parliament— ^ir WILLIAM DUNN, Bart. Elected 1st June, 1891. 

1st or Ferguslie Ward 1064 

2nd or Castlehead Ward 138S 

3rd or St. George's Ward, 1667 

4th or Oakshaw Ward, 1498 

5th or St. James' Ward 1972 

6th or Ahercorn Ward, 970 

7th or Ahbey Ward, 1973 

Sth or Espedair Ward, 924 

Total 11,456. 

Male Voters, ... 11,456. — Female Voters, ... 2464. = Total, ... 13,920. 

Ward Boundaries. 

riP.,ST or PERGUSLIE WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows, viz :— From a point on the 
east side of Ciiain road 30 feet or theieby to the west of North Brediland Farm steading at the 
junction of the Parliamentary boundaries on tlie south and west of the Burgh northward along 
the Parlian entary boundary of the Burgh to a point in the centre of Blackstoun road to the 
east of the S'urhern extremity of South Candien Farm steading thence south-eastward along 
the centre cf Blackstoun rond to its junction with King street thence south-eastward and south- 
ward along King street and Qtieen street to a point in the centre of George street opposite the 
southern extiemity of Queen street thence westward along the centre of George street to a 
point in tlie centre of that street wher^! it is intersected by Maxwelltoa street thence southwa d 
and eastward along tne centre of Maxwelltoit sti eet, Maxwellton road, and M' ikleriggs road to a 
point in Meiklerig^s road where it inter,-ects tlie Pailiamentary boundary of tlie burgh thence 
westward along ihe s id Parliamentary boundary to the point first described. 

SECOND or CASTLEHEAD WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows viz :-Fjom a point 
in the centre of Meikhriggs road where it inter.-ects the Parliymen ary boundary of the Burgli 
northwaid and westward along tlie < entre of said load. Maxwellton road, and Maxwellttm street 
to a point in the centre of Genrue street where it is intei".-ected by Maxwellton street thence 
eastward along tlie centre of Geoige street to Ralston square thence soutlnvard alo g tlie centre 
of Ral-ton r qua' e to Canal stieet tlience eastwai d along the centi e of Canal street to a point in 
the centre of Causeyside street opposite the eastern extremity of Canal street tlience southward 
along the centi-H of Cau'^eyside- stre- 1, Neilston street, Lyle^l-nd, Carriagfhiil, and Neilston 
road to a point where said road intersects the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh at Potter- 
hill.and thence north-westward along the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh to the point 
first described. 

THIRD or ST. GEORGE'S WARD. — Ml within a line drawn as follows, viz :— From a point in 
the centre of George street opposite the southern extremity of Queen street nortliward along the 
centre of Queen street to a poait in Broomlands street .opposite the nortliern extremity of 
Queen street thence eastward along the centre ( f Broomlands stieet, Wellmeadow street, and 
High street to a point opposite the northern extremity of St. Mirren street thence southward 
along the ccntie of St Mirren street and Causey^ide street to a point in Causevside street 
opposite the eastern extremity of Can;il stieet tnence westward along the centre of Canal street 
to Ralston square thence luirtiiward along ilie centre of Ralston square to George street thence 
westward along the centi e of George street to the point first described. 

FOURTH or OAKSHAW WARD.— All within aline drawn as follows, viz: — From a poinh in 
the centre of Liroomlands street at its junction with King street thence north-westward along the 
centre of King stre« t to a point in the centre of Blackstoun road at its junction with King street 
thence nortli-eastward along the centre of Blackstoun road to its junction with Mackenzie stre.t 
thei.ce a'ong the centre of Mackenzie street to its junction with Greenhill roaa thence south- 
eastward along the centre of Greenhill road to its junction with Underwood road thenc-- east- 
ward along the centre of Underwood road and St. James street thence (ciossing the junction of 



Love street and St. James place) eastward along the centre of Maxwell street and Hospital lane 
thence (crossing New Sneddon street) eastward along the centre of Harbour lane to a point in 
the River Cart opposite said lane thence southward along the medium Jtluin of said river to the 
centre of St. Jamesbridge thence westward along the centre of High street, Wellmeadow street, 
and Bioomlands street to the point first described. 

FIFTH or ST. JAMES WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows, viz :— Fiom a point in the 
centre of Blackstoun road to the east of South Candren Farm steading where said road intersects 
the Pa' lirtraentary boundary of tlie Burgh thence northward and eastward along the Parlia- 
mentary boundary of the Burgh to a point in the centre of the Kiver Cart where it is intersected by 
said boundary thence southward along the medium filum of sail river to a point opposite the 
eastern extreraitj' of Harbour lane thence westward along Harbour lane thi^nce (crossing New 
Sneddon street) westward along the centre of Hospital lane and Maxwell street thence (ciossing 
the junction of Love street and St. James place) westwaid along the centre of St. James street 
and Underwood road to Its junction with Greenhill road thence north-westward along the centre 
of Gree ihill road to its junit^on with Mackenzie street thence westward along .Mackenzie 
street to its junction with Blackstoun I'oad thence southward and westward along the cen- 
tre of Blackstoun road to the point first described. 

SIXTH or ABERCORN WARD.— All within aline drawn as follows, viz :— Froma point in the 
centre of the River Cart immediately beneath the centre line of St. James bridge thence northward 
along the medium filum of said river to a point where it is intersected by the Parliamentary 
boundary of the Burgh to the south of Abbotsburn thence north-dstward and south -eastwai-d 
along said boundary to a point in the centre of Glasgow road where said boundary intersects the 
road to the eastward of Barshaw East Lodge thence westward along the centre of said road, 
Williamsbursh, Gaithland street. Gauze street., and Smithhills street to the point first described. 

SEVENTH or ABBEY WARD -^All within a line drawn as follows, viz :— From a point in the 
centre of the River Cart where it is intersected by the Parliamentary boundary of the Burgh 
near Hawkhead Mills north-westward along the medium filum of said river to the centre of St. 
James bridge thence eastward alone Smithhills street, Gauze street Garthland street, Williams- 
burgh, and Glasgow road to a point in the centre of said road where it is intersected by the Par- 
liamentary boundary of the Burgh to the eastward of Barshaw East Lodge thence south-east- 
ward and south-westward along said boundary to the point first described. 

EIGHTH or ESFEDAIR WARD.— All within a line drawn as follows, viz:— From a point in 
centre of Neilston road at Potterhill where said road is intersected by the PMrliamentary boun- 
dary of the Burgh northward along the centre of said road, Carriagehill, Lylesland, Neilston 
street, Causeyside street, and St. Mirren street to a point in the centre of High treet opposite the 
northern extremity of St. Mirien street thence eastward along the centre of High street to the 
centre of St, James bridge thence south-eastward along the modimn filum of the River Cart to a 
point where it is intersected by the ^'arliamentary boundary thence south-westward along said 
boundary to the point fiist described. 






Members of Council. 

FIRST WARD — P. M. Coats, John Arthur, John Stewart. 

SECOND WARD — John Caldwell, Henry Baird, John Mills MCallum. 

THIRD WARD — Henry Harper, William Russell, James Kilpatrick. 

FOURTH WARD — Andrew Fisher, John Andrews. Andrew Gibson. 

FIFTH WARD — Wm. Muir MacKean, Samuel Dougall, John Glover. 

SIXTH WARD — James Donald. Peter Eadie. John Mathieson, 

SEVENTH WARD — William Galbraith, Alex. R. Pollock, Alexander M'Naughtan. 

EIGHTH WARD — William H. Coats, John Nicolson, Robert K. Bell. 


Provost— ROBERT K. BELL. Treasurer— WM. MUIR MACaEAN. 

Parks and Fountain Gardens Committee. 

Councillor P. M. Coats (Convener), Bailie Fisher {Deputy-Conveiier). Mr Thos. Glen-Coats, 
Bart.. Jamks Coats, Bailies Coats and Caldwell, Comicillors Pollock, Abthub, 
Gibson, and Glovek. Three a quorum. 

Stated Jileetings of Committee on the Thursday before the first Monday of December, and every 

second month thereafter. 


George A. Claris Town Halls Committee. 

Stewart Clark and James Clark \Hon. Member), Bailie Coats. (Convener), Councillor 
NicoLSON (Deputij - Convener), Bailie FisHek. and Councillors Dougall, Habpkb, 
M"Callum, Gibson, Kilpatrick, and M'Nau<;utan. 

Three a quoi'um. ^ 

Meetings held on the Wednesday aftei" the first Monday ofeach month. 
The Provost and Treasurer are ex-oJficU Members of all Standing Committees. 
Town Clerk — Francis ilartin. 
Town Chamherlain — Robert Thomson. Jiurgh Fiscal — William Walker. 

Master of Wo7-ks — James Lee. Gas Manager — G. R. Hislop. 

Auditor of Accounts — Dugald Hannatyne. Electrical Engineer — C. F. Parkinson. 

Burgh Assessor — Henry Crowther. 
Inspector, under " Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act " — Andrew M'Geoch. 


Under "The Burgh Police (Scotland) Act, 1892." 

And "Local Authority" under "The Public Health (Scotland) Act, 1897," and "The Sale of 

Food and Drugs Acts, 1875 and 1899." 

Standing Committees. 

Councillor Nicolson {Convener), Councillor Baird {Sub-Convener), Bailie Galbraith, and 
Councillors Donald, Andrews, Pollock, Arthur, Glover, M'Naughtan, Kilpatrick, and 
Mathieson. Four a quorum. 


Councillor DougaP {Convener), Councillor Harper {Sub-Convener), Bailies Coats, Eadie, Russell, 

Fisher, and Councillors Nicolson, Pollock, Coats, Baii d, Stewart, and Arthur. 

Four a quorum 


Councillor G'over {Convener), Councillor Pollock {&ub-Conoener), Bailies Eadie, Galbraith, and 

Fisher, and Councillors Andrews, Harper Art ur, Stewart, and M'Naughtan. 

Four a quorum. 


Bailie Russell (Convener), Councillor M'Callum {Sub-Convener), Bailies Coats and Caldwell, and 

Councillors Nicolson, Coats, Baird, Dougall, Mathieson, Donald, Gibson, and Kilpatrick. 

Four a quorum. 


bailie Caldwell {Cmiveiier), Councillor Dougall {Sub-Convener), Bailies Eadie and Russell, and 

Councillors Arthur, Glover, M'Naughtan, and Stewart, Three a quorum. 


■Councillor Nicolson {Convener'), Councillor Harper {Sub-Convener), and Bailies Caldwell and 

Fisher, and Councillors Pollock, Arthur, Dougall. Glover, and Kilpatrick. Three a quorum. 

The Provost and Treasurer are ex-oflicii liembers of all Standing Committees. 


The whole of the Council, Tlie Burgh Tiea^uier {Convener) and Bailie Galbraith (S'wft-Cowvsner). 

Four a. quorum. 

M'i.liam Walker, Burgh Prosecutor. James Lee, Burgh Surveyor. 

Alexander Robb. M.A., M.h., CM., D.Ph., Medical Officer and Police Surgeon, 

William Uuncnn, Chief-Constable and Inspector of Lighting. 

William W. Kelso, Sanitary Inspector, Inspector of Cleansing, Inspector of Food and Drugs, 

and Inspector of Common Lo'lging-flouses 

Arthur M'Naughtan, Superintendent of Fire Brigade. 

John M'Luskie, SuperinteH'/ent of Slaughter-House. 

James Fergu.-on, Keeper of the Public Baths. 

An Ordinary Meeting of the Council is held on the Tuesday after the Second Monday of each 

Month. Ht Five o'clock p.m. 
The Rafs of Afsessments for the year 1902-1903 are— 

Burgh General Assessment.— At lO^d. per £\ when rented or valued under £3; ls.3|d. per 
j51 at £6 and under £9 ; and Is. 9d. per £ 1 at £5 and upwards. 

General Improvkment Rate.— l^d. on Landlord and l^d. on Tenant. 

Assessment in Libu of Pettv Customs.— At 2-16ths per £1 when rented or valued under 

£3 ; at 3-16ths per £1 at £3 and under £5 ; and 5-16ths per £1 at £5 and upwards. 

The Assessment under the Public Health Act is 3d. per £ on Landlord and 3d. per £ on Tenant. 

When the fractional part of £1 of the assessable yearly rent or value of Lands or Premises 

does not amount to 10s, it is not assessed at all; and when such fractional part exceeds 10s., 

it is assessed as £ 1 ; 10s. nett is charged accordingly. 

The following Land- or Premises are assessed on one-fourth of their annual value entered in 
the Valuation Roll, viz.: — 

1. All Laiids or Premises used exclusively as a Canal or Basin of a Canal, or Towing-patli for 



the same, or as a Railway confttrncted under the powers of any Act of Parliament for public 
conveyance, excepting the Stations, Depots, and Buildings, which are assessable to the same 
extent as other Lands and Premises withm the Police Bounds. 

2. All the Underground Gas and Water Pipes or Underground Works of any Gas or Water 

3. All Woodland, Arable, Meadow, or Pasture Ground, or other Ground used for Agricultural 


John Andrews, Chairman. 
James Fullerton, Uep.-G'rman. 
Bailie Fisher. 


A. R. Pollock. 
James Clark. 
James H. Young 

Three a quorum. 


John Arthur. 
Alexander M-Naughtan. 
Andrew Gibson. 
Finance Committee. 
The whole of the Trustees. Chnirman. Convener. 

Works Committee. 
The whole of the Trustees. 
Dep. -Chairman, Convener. Three a quorum,. 

Meetings nf Tru.stpes held on the last Thursday of every Month, Ht Five o'clock p.m. 

Fire Brigade. 

Fire Engine <S'<af«o?i— Johnston Street. 

Arthur M'Naughtan. Superintendent, Fire Brigade station. 

James M'Nnught>in, Assixtant-Superintenffent. Fire Brigade station. 

Thos. M'Lean, Engineer, Fire Brigade station. 
David Rollo, Do., Do. 

John Hr;nter. Branchman, Do. 

Donald Cunie, Do., Do. 

Hugh Peebles, Do., 17 Orchard street. 
Matthew Thompson, Fireman. Fire station. 


Allison, Robert, Castlehead. 
Anderson, Robert, Renfrew. 
Aucott, D. D., banker. Paisley, 
baird, William, manufacturer. 
Balderston, A. W., Belgrave 

lodge, Bishopton. [ley. 

Bald'rston, R., Blackball, Puis- 
Bell, R. K. Middle park, Paisley 
Blythswood, Lord, Renfrew. 
Bow, Wm., shipbuilder, Paisley. 
Brown, Andrew, Renfrew. 
Brown, A. M, Gryffe castle. 

Bridge of Weir. 
Bvown, John A., IMoredun. 
Clark, James, Chapel house 
Clark, Stewart, Dundas Castle, 

South Queensferij'. 
Coats, G.H.,<'astl"hpad, Paisley. 
Cochrane, John, Barrhead. 
Cowan, James, Ross Hall 
Craig, A. F., Belmont, Castle- 
head, Paisley [ton. 
Cross David, Ingliston,Bishop- 
Doak, D. M., teacher. Neilston. 
Dobie, George, Castlehead 
Donald, James F.. Johnstone. 
Donaldson, Jas., Almond villa, 

Dybrough, James, Arkleston, 

Dunlop, H. B., Arthurlie. 
Dunlop, R., of Kerse, Arthurlie. 
Dunn, Sir William, Bart., M.P., 

Eadie, P., Wakefield, Paisley. 
Ferguson, James Alexander, 

Ferguson, Peter, Renfrew. 
PoUok - Fergusson, William, 

Pollok ca^tle. 

Daniel Leitch, Fireman, Fire Brieade station. 
Alexander Todd, Do., Do. 

John M-Cann, Do., Do. 

James Hunter, Do., 26 Causeyside. 
John Hutchison, Do., 8 Johnston street. 
Alex. M'Allister. 3 Orchard street. 

OF THE PEACE.— Paisley District. 

Finlayson, A. W., Merchiston, 

Finlayson, James, Jr., The 

Elms, Milliken Park. 
Fleming, W. M., 21 West Nile 

street, Glasgow 
F)emin,f, W. Y., engineer, 

Fullarton, Alex. Fordbank, 

Fullerton, John, Garthland 
place, Paisley 
Fulton, William, 19 Argyle 

street {ex-officio Chairman 

Paisley Parish Council). 
Gardner, James, Scotstounhill. 
Glen-Coats, Sir Thomas, Bart., 
of Ferguslie Park. 
Graham, Thomas, M.D.. Paisley. 
Heys, Z. H., Barrhead. 
Houstoun, Jas., KinringPark 
Johnston, J,, Meadowside, 

Glasgow road. 
King, R. Levernholm, Hurlet. 
Kirkwood, Allan, Darnley 

house, Nitshill. 
Lang,jun., John, Lynnhurst, 

Jolmstone. [Renfrew 

Lobnitz, Fred. .Clarence house, 
Millar, John, Eastknowe. 
Murdoch, Thomas, 54 Union 

street, Glasgow 
Mure, Wm., of Caldwell 
M'Callum, J. M., soap manu- 
Macgregor, J. R., Lonend. 
MacKean, James A., Calside. 
MacKean, JamesA.D., Paisley. 
MacKean, Wm. xMuir, Milton 

M'Kenzie, Arch., MillikenpHrk. 
M'Kenzie, Daniel, Muiray St., 

John, surgeon. 





M'Laurin, Archibald, Milliken 
M'Laurin, P., Cartside, John- 
M'Nab, John, Howwood. 
Orr, Robt.. Crofthead, Neilston 
Paton, James, Sherbrooke, 

Paton. James. Johnstone 
Pride, Dr. David, Neilston. 
Renshaw, Sir C. B., Bart., M.P., 

Barochan, Hou-^ton 
Riddock, John, Rose cottage, 

Ross, James, banker. 
Shanks, William, Johnstone. 
Shanks, William, sanitary 

engineer. Barrhead. 
Smiley, H. H., Gallowhill, 

Speirs, A. A., of Elderslie. 
Stevenson, Hugh, yr., of 

Stevenson, William, Hawkhead 

Veitch, George Seton, banker. 
Watson, Robert, Newfield 

house, Johnstone 
Williamson, George, Penwold, 

Bridge of Weir. 
Wilson, David, Castlehead. 
Wilson, John, Bishopton 
Wilson, Robert, Manswraes. 
Wright, Daniel, Renfrew. 

house. Paisley 
The Sheriff-Depute and Sheriff-Substitutes of Renfrewshire, and the Provost and Magistrates of 

Paisley, for the time being 


Commissary Court. 

Sheriff Court-house, St. James street. 
Held every Thursday at Eleven o'Clock Forenoon. 

Commissary — Sir John Cheyne, K.C. Commissary- Depute — Will. Darling Lyell. 

Clerk— J. M. Lochhead, Sheriff Clerk. 

Depute Clerks — W. Brown, William M'Crindle, James Gardner, T. Gow Smith, and John Muir. 

Auditor of Accounts — William Brown. 

02$?ce — Sheriff Court House. 

Ordinary SIierifT Court and Certain Del3ts Recovery Court. 

Shkkiff Court House, St. James Street. Sits every Tuesday during Session. 

^SAert^— Sir John Cheyne, K.C. Sheriff-Substitute— \\\\\. Darling Lyell. 

Sheriff-Clerk— J{)sevh M. Lo.;hhea(1. 

Depute Clerks — Wm. Bi'own, William M'Crindle, James Gardner, T. Gow Smith, and John Muir* 

A uditor of A ccounts — William Brown. 

Sheriff Small Debt Court. 

Sheriff Court House, St. James Street. 

Held every Thursday at Eleven o'clock during Session. 

Sheriff-Clerk— Jnt^eph JI'Leod Lochhead. 

Depute-Clerks—'Wm. Brown, William M'Crindle, Jas. Gardner, T. Gow Smith, and John Muir. 

Bar Officer — C. H. Johnston. 

Justice of the Peace Court. 

Court House, County buildings, Love street. Held every Friday at Eleven o'clock forenoon". 

Justice of Peace Clerk— John P. Fyfe. Depute-Clerk— Thomas :\racRohert, jun. 
Fiscal— John Ahercromljie. Depute-Fiscal— John M. Lang. Bar Officer— C. H. Johnston. 

Court of Quarter Sessions. 

Quarterly Meetings are held in the Town Hall, Renfrew, on the first Tuesdays of Marcli, 

May, and August, and the last Tuesday of October. 

LICENSING MEETINGS held third Tuesday of April and last Tuesday of October. 

Sheriff Officers. 

C. H. Johnston & M'Laren, 23 School wynd. C. H. Johnston, Bar Officer of the Sheriff Court. 

William Bulloch, 16 Moss Street. 

W. Doug'as Hendry, 4 Mo^s street; also a messenger-at-arms. 

Justice of Peace Constables. 

Charles H. Johnston. r4 School W. D. Hendry, 4 Moss street. 

John M'LarcU, '23 School wynd. 

Burgh, Bean of Guild, and Police Courts. 

A Police Court is held every lawful d-iy, at Ten o'clock Forenoon ; a Dean of Guild Courtis 

held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month (except August), at 

o'clock Noon; and a Bargh Court is held when n^-cessary. 

Clerk of Courts — Fvuncis Martin, Town Clerk, and James F. Johnst-^ne, Deputy Town Clerk. 

Deputy Clerk of Police Cowri— Alexander Jlorrison. 

Procurator Fiscal- William Walker. Bean of Guild Officer — Alexaud er Goud.e. 

Town Council Officer and OfScer of Burgh Court. 
Alexander Goudie, Municipal Buildings. 




Postmaster, J. Macmaster. Chief Clerk, J. Day. 

General Staff:— 2 Clerks, 16 Sorting Clerks and Telegraphists (including 6 Female do.), 
1 Inspector of Postmen, 1 Assistant Inspector of Postmen, 41 Town Postmen, 8 Assistant Post- 
men, 1 Auxiliary Postman, 2 Boy Guards, 5 Rural Postmen, 2 Telegraph Linemen, and 22 
Telegraph Messengers. 

Office open on week days for Post Office and Telegraph business from 7 a.m. till 9 p.m., and 
on Sundays fi-om 9 a.m. till 10 a.m. and from 5 to 6 p.m. for Telegrams only, but the letter bos 
remains open as on other days. 



Delivery in Paisley. 

Ayr 8 

£eith 8. 

Bishopton, 6 

Carlisle, 8 

Dairy 8 

Edinburgh, 8 

Glasgow, 8 

Glengarnock, 8 

Greenock and the Coast, .. 5 

Ireland, North and South, , 






London and Foreign, , 
North of England, .. , 
North of Scotland, .. , 

Port- Glasgow, 


South of England, . . , 
South of Scotland, ... Hiahlands, 

.30 a.m., 2.15 and 5 p.m. 

.30, 10,45 a.m., 3.45, lO 45 p.m. 

.45 a.m., 1 and 4 p.m. 

.30 and 10.50 a.m., 5, 6, 9.45 p.m. 

.30 and 10.45 a.m., 4 p.m. 

.30, 10.45 a.m., 4.10 and 8 p.m. 

.30, 10.45 a.m.; 1, 3, 4 10, 5, 6, 

7.30, 8, 9.45, and 10.45 p.m. 
.30 and 10.45 a.m., 3.45 p.m 
.30, 8.30 a.m.; 1, 2, 3, 5.20, 

6.30, 11.15 p.m. 

and 9.45 p.m. 

.30a.m.; 1. 4, 6.30, and 9.45 p.m. 
.30 and 10.45 a.m.; 4.30 and 

10.45 p.m 

.30, 10.45 a.m , and 3.45 p.m. 
.45 a.m., 3.45 p.m. 
. 4, and 10.45 p.m. 
.30 a.m., 5. 6, and 9.45 p.m. 
.30 a.m ; 4, 6, 8, and 9.45 p.m. 
.30, 10.45 a.m., and 8.40 p.m. 
.30 a.m , 12.15, 3, and 5.20 p.m. 
.30 a.m.; 1 and 5 p.m. 
.30 a.m., 5, 6, 8, and 9.45 p m. 
.30, 11 a.m.; 6. 8, 9.45 p.m. 
,30 a.m., 8.40 .-ind 11. 15 p.m. 

7 a.m., 1.45 and 6.30 p.m. 

7am, 1.45 and 4 p.m. 

7 a.m., 1.45 and 6.30 p.m. 

7 a.m., 6 30 p.m. 

7 a.m., 1.45 and 6.30 p.m. 

7 a.m., 1.45, 4, and 6.30 p.m. 

7 and 11.15 a.m., 1.45, 4, and 

6 30 p.m. 
7 a m., 4 and 6.30 p.m. 
7 and 11.15 a.m., 1.45, 4, an(J 

6.30 p.m. 
7 and 11.15 a.m., 6.30 p.m. 
7,11.15 a.m.; 1.45,4,6.30 p.m. 
7 a.m., 1.45 and 6.30 p.m. 

7, 11,15 a.m., 1.45 and 4 p.m. 

1.45 and 6.30 p.m. 

7 a.m., 1.45 and 6.30 p.m. 

7 and 11.15 a.m., 4 and 6.30 p.m, 

7 a.m., 4 and 6 30 p.m. 

7, 11.15 a.m., 1.45, 6.30 p.m. 

7, 11.15 a.m., 1.45, 6.30 p.m. 

7 a.m., 4 and 6.-30 

7 and 11.45 a.m., 4 and 6.30 p.m. 

7 and 11.15a.m., 4 a' d 6.30 p.m. 

11.15 a.m , 1.45 Hud 6.30 p.m. 

Sunday Mails. 

Despatch of letters, &c., for London, England, Foreign Countrie.o. Glasgow, Edinburgh, Ireland, 
Port-Glasgow, Ayrshire, Ac, 6 p.m. ; Grepn^ck, 7.30 a.m. ; Beith, Dairy, Kilbirnie, Glengarnock,. 
Johnstone, Lochwinnoch, and Renfrew, 7.30 a.m. 

Delivery of letters to callers (from London, England, Foreign Countries, Glasgow, Edin- 
burgh, Greenock, Port-Glasgow, <fic.) from 9 a.m. till 10 a.m. at the Office. 

No deliveries by letter-carriers on Sundays. On Public Holiday;* one delivery onl}% at 7 
a.m. OflSce opens on Sundays from 9 a.m. till 10 a.m.; and for Telegrams only, from 5 till 6 p.m. 

Town Sub-Offices and Pillar Boxes. 

Letters are collected trom the Town Sub-Offices and Pillar Boxes at 5.45 and 9.30 a.m., 12, 3, 

5.15, 7, and 9.30 p.m. No collection on Sundays. 

Delivery of Letters. 

Town— 7 a.m., 11.15 a.m., 1.45 p.m., 4 p.m., 6.30 p.m. Sunday, at Office, from 9 to 10 a m. 

EuRAL-Linwood,,4p.m.; Foxbar, 7 a.m. ,4 p.m.; Ralston, 7 a.m., 4 p.m.; Glenfield, 7 a.m. 

Money Order Office. 

Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Money Orders issued and paid, and Savings Bank business trans- 
acted, at the Receiving Offices, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Postal Order business, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Parcel Post. 

Parcels are despatched to Glasgow, North & South of Scotland, at 8.30 and 10.45 a.m.; 1, 3, 
4, 5, 6, 7.30. 8.40. and 9 p.m ; Greenock and the Coast, 1, 2, 5.20, 6.30, and 9 p.m.; England, 
,»I1 parts, 5. 6, and 7.30 p.m.; London, 5.50 and 8.40 p.m. Deliveries same as letters. 

Rates of Postagre. ^ 

On Inland Letters— Not exceeding 4oz., One Penny ; and for each additional 2oz., One 
No Inland Letter must exceed 24 Inches in length, 12 inches in breadth, and 6 inches in depth. 


Parcel Post. 

1. In order that a pHcket may go by Parcel Post, it must be tendered at a Post Office for 
transmission as a parcel. The words •' Parcel Post " should be written or printed on the left- 
hand >ide, immediately above the address. 

2- The Rates nf Postage for Parcels addressed to any part of the United Kin.!dom are: — 

For a Parcel notexce ing 1 lb. in we ght 3 1 

,, ,, exceecing 1 lb., but not exce ding 2 lbs 41 

„ „ „ 21bs., „ ,, 3 b fld 

„ ,, „ 3 lbs., ,, ,. 4 lbs fid 

,, ,, 4 lbs., ,, ,, 5 bs.. . „. 7d 

„ ,, ,, 5 lbs.. ,, ,, 6 llis 8d 

„ ,, 6 lbs., „ ,, 71. s .9d 

„ ,, 71bs., ,, „ 81bs lOd 

„ „ ,; 8 lbs., ,, ,, 9 lbs Ud 

,, „ „ 91bs., „ „ 111b Is 

3. The dimen-iioiis allowed for an Inland Postal Parcel are-Greate t leiigrh, 3 ft. 6 in.; 
greate>t length and jrirth ccnibined, 6 ft. For example — A Parcel iiiea>uiing 3 fr. 6 in. in lerititii 
may measure as much as 2 ft. t> in. in girth. A shorter Parcel may be thicker ; thus, if it men- 
snre no more than 3 ft. in length, it may measure as much as 3 fr. in girth— i.e.. round its 
thicke^t part. 

4. The fu'l postase must be prepaid, by means of ordinary postage stamps, which must be 
affixed by the sender. 

5. Parcels must not he ported in a letter-box, but must be banded over the counter of a Post 
Office to the proper offic- r, by whom the size, weight, and postage of each parcel will be tested 
before it is accepted. Any jacket or parcel marked "Parcel Post," and posted contrary to this 
retrnlation, will, unless admissible and tui y prepaid at the letter or book post rate, be charged 
on delivery with a fine of Id. in additi 'n ti any deficient po taue at the parcel rate. 

Prohibite'l. Parcels. 
fi. Parcels bearing or containing writing or marks ot an offensive or indecent character ; or 
containing gunpowder, cartiidaes, lucifer matches, or other combustible material, live anim lis, 
offensive or filtliy matter, or any substance likely to cause injury to other parcels, or to the 
Officers of the Post office, may not be sent through the posf. 

7. Parcels may not contnin any letter or packet intended for delivery at an address other than 
that borne by the parcel itself. 

Parcels requiring f^pecial Precautions. 

8. Parcels containing ripe fruit or tggs, fish, meat, or < ther animal matter; or knives and 
other sharp instruments; can only be sent if so packed as to prevent all risk of injury to other 
parcels. Liquid matter must be sent in bottles, cases, or cans securely stoppered, and bottles 
and other glass articles must be so packed as to be secure from breakage. 

Parcels adJre-ifed to a Pout Office to be called for. 

9. Parcels may be addressed to and obtained at Post Offices under the same regulations 
generally, as lettei s. 

10. Parcels addressed to a Post Office to be called f r will be kept (unless containing perish- 
able articles) for three weeks. Aft-r they have remained in the office one clear uay, they will 
be charged Id. a day for demurrage until called for. 

Regulations as to IvJavd Registration, and as to Compensation for the Loss or 
Damage of Inland Registered Postal Packets (including Parcels) and 
Irdand Parcels. 


1. The Postmaster General is not legally 'iable to make good any claim (^rising out of the 
conveyance of a parcel sent by post, but he will accept liability under certain conditions. 

2. If the parcel is registered, compensation will be given under the rules and regulations con- 
tained in full under the heading of " Registration and Compensation." 

3. If the parcel is not registered, the Postmaster General will accept liability up to £2, with- 
out payment of any fee beyond the po^'tage, provided that — 

(1.) The parcel is posted in the manner Prescribed for the posting of parcels by the regula- 
tions for the time being, and the postagep repaid. 

(2.) A certificate of posting is obtained from the officer receiving the parcel. This certifi- 
cate must be filled up by the sei der, and handed to the officer of the Post Office, who 
will sign and return it to him. 

(3.) The contents of the parcel are securely packed, and enclosed in a reasonably strong 
case, wrapper, or cover, securely fastened, and of a nature calculated to preserve them 
from loss or damage in the post. 

4. No compensation either for loss or damage will be given in respect of — 

(1.) A parcel containing anything which, according to the regulations for the time being, 

may not be sent by the Inland Parcel Post. 
(2.) A parcel containing money. 
<'3.^ A narcel containing a watch or iewellery. unless registered by the sender. 


5. No compensation will bi given in respect of damage to — 

(1.) A p-ircel containing eggs, soft fruit, or any liquid or semi-liquid. 

(2.) A parcel containing any article of exct-ptionally fragile cliaracter. or any other article 

which, fiom its nature, cannot with reasonable safety be sent by post. 
(3.) A parcel containing any perishable article, where the damage arises from natural 
decay, and the parcel is delivered without undue delay 
But in all such cases compensaiion will be given iii respect of the loss of the parcel, or of any 
article contained therein. 

6. In other respects the general conditions and regulations c ntained in paragraphs 11 to 25 
under the heading of ' Registration and Compensation " apply also to compensation in the case 
of ordinary inland parcels. 

7. Compensation up to £2 for ordinary iiland parcels does not apply to foreign and colonial 
] a eels. The rules as regards compensation for loss or damage of these parcels are set forth 
pages 471-473 of the Post Office Guide 

Inland Registration. 

1 . The fee for registering any Postal Packet (parcels included) passing by post between any 
two places in the United Kingdom is twopence, aud this registration fee and the postage must be 
prepaid, by means of postage stamps upon the cover, except on official letters for Government 
Offices in London, Dublin, or Edinburgh, which may be registered on prepayment, in stamps, of 
the registration fee only. 

2. No article addressed to initials or to a fictitious name can be registered, unless it be ad- 
dressed to the care of a person or firm. 

3. Every article presented for registration must be enclosed in a strong cover, securely 

4. Every article to be registered must be given to an agent of the Post Office, and a receipt 
obtained for it; and it must on no account be dropped into a letter-box. If, contrary to this 
rule, an article marked *' Registered " be dropped into a letter-box it will, if directed to any 
■place in tlie United Kingdom, be liable to a registration fee of 4d. (less any amount prepaid for 
rcdstratlon). instead of the ordinary fee of 2d. 

5. 1-very article presented for registration should be marked " Registered, ' and with the 
amount of the fee proper to the value up to which the sender desires to secure compensation, 
thus: " l.'egistered, 2d.; Registered, 3d." (see regulations as to Retristration and Compensation). 

fi. The latest time for posting registered articles on pMyment of the ordinary fee is usually 
half-an-hour before the closing of the letter-box, or, in the case of parcels, half-an -hour before 
the latest time for posting ordinary pai'cels ; i ut at all Provincial fiend Offices and at the Chief 
Offices in Edinburgh and Dublin, anicles bearing a late fee of 4d., in addition to the ordinary 
registi-ation fee, may be registered at any time within the half-hour referred to, if the office is 
open to t'he public. 

7. When several postal packets are sent by the same person for registration, they should be 
accompanied with a list (in duplicate) of the addresses ; one list to be retained at the Post Office, 
and the other, when signed to be returned to the bearer. 

8. The loss of a registered article (as it can be traced through its whole course) is a i-are occur- 
rence. Nevertheless, large sums of money or other articles of great value should not be sient 
through the post, even if registej ed; as the machinery of the Department is not ari-anged with a 
view to such transmission. If sent Mwret/M^erfi/. valuable iirticles are exposed to risk: conse- 
quently, inland postal packets which contain coin, watches, or jewelier\, and also all inland 
postal packets on the cover of which the word '-Registered,'' or any word or phrase to that effect, 
is written or impressed, if posted without registration, are subjected to compulsory registration, 
and are charged on delivery with a fee "f fourpence in addition to the ordina-y postage. If 
they CMnnot be registe ed in time to be forwarded by the mail for which they are pos:ed, they 
are det diied for the next despatch. 

9. The compulsory regi.'«tration referred t > in paragraphs 2 and 7 gives no title to compensa- 
tion (see regulations as to Registration and Compen>ation). 

U). No Town Postman is allowed to take a postal packet to be registered ; but Riiral Postmen 
will take postiil packets for registration on their outward and iuward walks, whenever it is 
practicable for them to do so. 

Acknowledgment of Delivery of Registeeed Postal Packets. 

11. The sender of an inland registered letter, parcel, or other regi.-tered postal pucket, may 
obttiin an acknowledgment of its due delivery to thr addressee by paying in advance, at the 
time of ijnsting, a fee of 2d in addition to the postage and registr.ition fee. The sender must 
enter in the form provided for the purpose both his own name and address and the name and 
address of th person to whom the packet is sent, and he must also affix a stamp of the value of 
2d. in payment of the fee. 

12. If a- appijcrition for this form is made at a small office at which the forms are not kept in 
>tock, oj to a Rural Postman, the fee of 2d. should be paid in money or stimps, and a memo- 
r.iiidum furnished yiving the nnne and of the sender of the packet. '1 lie proper form 
will then be subsequently made oitt by an officer of the Department, and forwarded with tlie 
packet to its destination. 



Registration at^d Compensation. 

1. The Postmaster General will (not in consequence of any legal liability, but voluntarily, 
and as an act of grace), subject to the rules hereinafter mentioned, give compensation up to a 
niMximum limit of £5 for the loss andd<maireof Inland Ke«istered Postal Packets of all kinds 
upon prepayment of a fee iti addition to tlie postage. This fee either consists of or includes in 
each case the ordiniry registration fee of 2d.; and the scale of fees and the respective limits of 
compensation are as follow : — 


Limit of Compensation. 


Limit of Compensation 


.. £10 




.. £20 




.. £30 

Is. Od. 

.. £100 



Is. Id. 

.. £110 



Is. 2d. 

.. £120 


.. £60 


Posting and Packing. 

2. T p postal packet must be posted in accordance with the rules for the time being in force 
with respect to the posting of inland registered p istal packets, and a certificate of posting, 
bearing thereon an acknowledgment that the fee for registration and compensation has been 
p>)id, mu>>t be obtaijied. This certificate will be filled up and signed by the officer of the post 
office receiving the postal packet. 

3. The contents of the postal packet must be securely packed and enclosed in a reasonabiy 
strong case, wranper, or cover, securely fastened, and of a nature calculated to preserve the 
contents from loss or damage in the post, and if It be desired to ^ecure compensation for damage 
to a postal packet (other than a parcel), such postal p'hcket must bear the words, •• Fragile, with 
Care." These words should appear on the face of the cover above the address. 

4. The packet must be marked "Resistered," and with the amount of the fee proper to the 
value up to which the sender desires to secure compensation, thus : — 

Registered, 2d.; Registered, 3d.; and so on. 

5. The registered Parcel Post will be Hvailable for watches and jewellery, which it has hitherto 
been necessary to exclude from compensation if sent by the Parcel Post. Money may also be 
sent in a registered parcel, but no compensaiion will be given in respect of the loss or damage 
of such parcel or of any of its contents. 

Book Packets. 

Fora weight not exceeding 2 oz., M. Beyond that weight the rates are the same as for letter 
A book packet posted unpaid is charged on delivery with double postage. 
No book packet must be above 2 feet in length or 1 foot in width or depth. 

Town Sub-Offices. 
29 VVellmendow. ^ellston road. 

77 Caii-eyside. Bi ooiiilands street. 

14 ' alfdonia str>-et. 21 Gauze street. 
lb ^Vil iamsburgh. 2 Ladyuur.i street. 

"Te!ef;riph Business" (for transmission of .Mes- 
■satre- oirly) tiansaeted at Wellneadow street, 
Caledoaid. stiCet, aad Stock bireet. 

Pillar and Wall Boxes. 
The Cross. Ralston square.Ca^tlchead 

Blrtckliall. t^taticm, 

l.ove >tieet. Storie street. 
Niddry sireet. Ciaw iv-ad. 
Gateside. Pott^rhill. 

.Mossvale. Seedhill road 

George street. St. James st. 
Hrodie Park. Meikleriggs. 
William street. Ciinal Stati(ni 
Dixon street. Oaksliaw. 
Abbey street. 

Aikleston load 
Stanley road 
Caisi e 

Craw rd., west 
I'nder ood rd. 
B ackstone 

Money Orders, 
For sums not exceeding £1, 2d. 



Above which sum no orders are granted. 


Postal Orders. 

Postal Orders for certain fixed sums, from Is. up to £1, are issued at all Post Offices in the 
United Kingdom ^-t which Monev Order business is transacted, and at Malta, Gibraltar, India, 
Straits Settlements, Hong Kong, NcAvfoundland, and British P.O., Constantinople. Payment is- 
also made in Malta and Gibraltar, provided the Orders were issued in the United Kingdom or at 
the British Post Office, Constantinople. 

The following are the Amounts for which Postal Orders are issued, and the Poundage payable 
on each Order : — 

Amount of Order. Poundage. 

Is,, Is. 6d., ;. ..One Halfpenny. 

2s., 2s. 6d., 3s., 3s. 6d., 4s., 4.s. 6d, 5*, 7s. 6d., 10.-., 10s. 6d One Penny. 

15s., iOs., One Penny Halfpenny. 

Broken Amounts, not exceeding 5d. in value, may be made up by affixing Postage Stamps to 
the back of any one Postal Order. 

Money Orders are granted and paid from 8 a.m. till 8 p.m. Savings Bank and Govenimtnt 
Life Insurance Annni'y business transacted during same hours. On Sundays no business of 
this descr ptioii is done. 

Telegraph Money Orders. 

Rate of Commission, viz.; — 

Fur sums nut exceeding £3, 4d. 

„ „ £10 6a. 

In addition there is a charge for the Telegram of Advice, the minimum being 6d. 

Foreigrn and Colonial Money Orders. 

Bates of Commission — 

For sums not exceeding £2 Os. fid. 

£6, .. 1«. Cd. 

£10 Is. 6d. 

Caledonian Railway. 

C^oirmara— Sir J<is. Thompson. I iSecretary John Blackburn. 

Oeneral Af onager - R. Miller. Stationmastfr — Stewaii .M'Cowatt. 

General Goods ,l/flfwagrer— Archibald Hillhouse. ' Carting ^j/enis — Caledonian Co.— D. Orr. 

Goods Superintejident at Greenlaw Station~R. Young. 

Goods Superintendent at St. James Station — Malcolm Black. 

Mineral Sapei-intendent at Underwood Depot — Malcolm Blai k. 

Glasgow and Paisley Joint Lines. 

CouNTr Place. 
Manager and Secretary— ^am^s, Kerr. I Stationmastei — Stewart M'Ci'watt. 

Ooods Superintendent -U. Young. | Carting Agents- R. Grierson & C". 

Glasgow, Paisley, and Renfrew Railway. 

Ahercorn fetation — Renfrew Road. | *Sia/ionmas<e?' - Arc! ibald Wilkie. 

Abercorn Station. 

^ Goods ^<7en<— Archibald Wilkie. 

Glasgow and South -Western Railway. 

General Manager — D. Cooper. 
Goods Manager— Hanry Evans. 

Goodt Siipt. at Greenlaw Station, Paisley- 

R. Young. 
(Stotionmas^er— Stewart M'Cowatt. 

General Superintendent of Line — C E. Cockburn. 
Carting Agents— G. &S.-W. Railway Co. 

Canal Line. 

General Manager — David Cooper. 
Goods Manager - Henry Kvans. Secretary — F. H. Gillie". 

Superintendent of the Z,tne— Chas. E. Cockburn. Goods Agent— '^iWvdm Auchterlonie. 
tnginetr — William Melville, C.K. Passenger Agent— Gaovga Hay. 

' arting Agents — G. & S.-\V. Railway Co. 

Chairman— G. B. Winland. 
General Manager — W. F. Jackson. 
Chief Good* Manager — Alex. Rutherford 
Secretary — John Cathels. 

North British Railway. 

Goodt Supt. at Paisley — David Irvine. 
Carting Agents— Covran and Co., Canal StaliOB 
and 1 West Crofi street. 


Tramways and Omnibus Traffic. 


Fai'es — East End to Storie street. Id.; Greenlaw drive to Castle street, Id.; Moss street to Thomas- 
street, Id.; Full Journey, 2d. 

Cars leave East Toll at 8.22, 8 37, 8.52, 9.7 a.m., and every 15 minutes til 10.22 p.m. 

,, Cross for West End at 8.20. 8 35, 8..50 9.5, 9.20 a m , and every 15 minutes till 10.35 p.m. 
„ West End at 8.37, 8.52, 9 7,9.22, 9.37 a.m., and every 15 minutes till 10.52 p.m. 
„ Cross for East End at 8..5t», 9.5,9-20,9.85,9.50 a.m., and every 15 minutotill 11.5p.m. 
Saturdays — Last car leaves East End at 1'».52, and West End at 11.22. 

Leaves County Square at 8.20, 8.40, 9.0, 9.40. 10, 10.30, 11, 11 30, a.m.; 12 noon, 12.E0, and every 

15 minutes thereafter till 7 p.m., and ■ very 30 minutes from 7 till lu p.m. 
Leaves Colinslee Toll at 8.40, 9,9. 0, 10 a.m., and every 3" minutes thereafter till 12.30 p.m.,, 

every 15 minutes from 1 till 7, every 30 minutes from 7 ti 1 10, and at 10.15. 

Leaves County Square at 8.20. 9 a.m., 1,2, 3,4, 5, 6. 7, and 8 p.m., and on Saturdays 9 and 10 p.m. 
Leaves Meikleriggs at 8.40, 9.40 a.m., 1.40, 2.40, 3.30, 4.30, 5.rf0, 6.30, 7.30, and 8.30 p.m., and on 
Saturdays 9.30 and 10.20 p.m. 

Paisley and Glasgow (on Sundays only), at short intervals from 9.30 a.m. till 9.30 p.m. 
Johnstone (Daily except Sundays).— Leaves Moss Street at 9.15 a.m., and 15 minutes past ear h 

hour thereafter till 8.15 p.m.; leaves Johnstone at 10.15 a.m., and 15 mmutcs past each 

hour thereafter till 9.15 p.m. 


All Pakts of the World,.. .Cowan &Co., Canal Goods Station — Wm. E.James, agent for Paisley, 
Do. Caledonian Railway Co., Daniel Orr, agent, Greenlaw ; Mlcolm 

Black, agent, St. James Station and Underwood Depot; 
Stewart M-Cowatt, oilmour street. 
Do. Glasgow and South-Western Railway Co., Greenlaw Station — R. 

Young, agent for Paisley; Canal Station — W. Auchterlonie, 
agent for Paisley; Ahercorn Station — Andrew Wi.kie, agent 
for Paisley ; St wart M'Cowatt, Gilmoui street. 
Do. North British Railway Co. — Andrew Whitehead, superintendent at 


Glasgow, Andrew Duncan, at 28 Orchard st. — Daily, about 9 and 11 a.m. 

Do., Robert Lockie, 91 Causeyside — Daily, about 8 a.m. 

Do., George Macadam, 13 Sir Michael street — Daily, about 9 a.m. 

Do M'Nair&Co.. 13 Thread St. — Daily, 9, 11. and 12 a.m.; Sat., 9only. 

Do., J. M'Donald, East Buchanan street, calls at G. Anderson's, 47 

Moss street — Daily, about 11 a.m. 

Johnstone William Currie, 91 Causeyside — Daily, at 3.30 p.m., calls at E. 

Crawford's, 16 Gilmour street. 

ITowwooD AND Beith Robert Gray, 91 Causeyside — Wednesdays and Fridays at 1 o'clock. 

KiLBAKCHAN, John Currie,91 Causcyside — Calls at William Craig s. 17 Causey- 
side, daily (except Saturdays), about 6 p.m. 

LocHWiNNOCH, Carrier from James Jack's, grocer. Cross — Wednesdays and 

Fridays, about I p.m. 

Bakrhead AND Neilston, Gcorge Hamilton, 91 Causeyside, also at E. 0. Ciawford's, 16 

Gilmour st. — Daily. Ht 12 noon. 


Asylum (Riccartsbar) — George Pirie, superintendent; H. King, matron. 

As^ylum (Parish) — J. Calder, governor ; Miss Finn, matron. 

Baths (Corporation), 46-=18 Storie street — .James Ferguson, superintendent, 

Brodie Park— Daniel M'Dougall, keeper. 

Burgh Electrical Engineer— C. F. Parkinson, M.I.E.E., Electricity Works, Blackball. 

Burgh Officer — Alexander Goudie, Municipal buildings. 

Cemetery (Paisley) — Robert Reld, superintendent. 

Cemetery (Hawkhead) — James Walker, superintendent. 

Chamberlain's Office, Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, chamberlain. 

Clerk of County Council for Renfrewshire — Ja. Caldwell, writer, County Buildings, St. James st* 

County Treasurer — Do. do. do. 

Collector of County Assessments — Do. do. do. 


•Coats Observatoiy, Oakshaw street — Donald Maclean, observer 

County Road Surveyor— Robert Drummond. 

Day Nursery, 19 Stoiie stree" — Miss M'Intyre, matron. 

Dean of Guild Inspector — Robert Logan, Municipal buildings. 

Education, County Committee on Secondary— Ja. Caldwell, clerk. County buildings. 

Fire Brigade OfiEice. Jolinston street — Arthur M'Naaghtan, superintendent. 

Fergnslie Reading Room, 2 Feri^iislie walk. 

Fountain Gardens, Love street— Alex mder Carnochan, superintendent. 

Free Library, High Street — J. G. Renfrew, librarian. 

Free Museum and Picture Gallery, High Street— J. M. B. Taylor, curator. 

■Gas Commissioners, Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, treasurer. 

Gas Works, Blackstoun road— jGeorge R. Hislop, F.C.S., manager. 

Georee A Clark Town Hall — James B. Watson, curator. 

Glenififer Home, Meikleriggs— Barbara Craig, matron. 

Harbourmaster— A. G. Dunn, Carlile quay. 

House of Refuge. Victoria place — Miss Blue, matron. 

Industrial School, Albion street — James Winchester, superintendent. 

Infectious Diseases Hospital — Miss K. Ogilvie, mation. 

Infirmary, Royal Alexandra — Jessie Alexander, matron ; George Hutton, clerk and collector 

Infirmarv^. Royal Victoiia Eye. Mnnsi(m-house road — Dr. N. Gordon Cluckie,opthalmic surgeon 

Inland Revenue, 8 St. Mirren street— Geo C. Suttie, supervisor. 

Inspector of Factories— H. M. Robinson, 121 West Regent street, Glasgow. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures (County) — Wm. Clark, 40 Old Sneddon. 

,, ,, „ (Burgh) — Alexander Christie. Municipal Buildings. 

Inspector of New Buildings, First or Upper District of Co nty — James M. Dow. 

Justice of Peace, County Buildings, Love street — J. P. Fyfe, clerk; Thomas MacRobert, jun., 

deputy-clerk at Paisley. 
Kibble Reformatory — James Love, superintendent. 

Local Authority of the County of Renfrew — Ja. Caldwell, writer, County Buildings, St. James 

^treet, clei'k 
Limacy Board — Renfrew District — James Caldwell, jun., Count}' buildings, clerk. 
Master of Works' Office (Burgh), 13 Gilmour street — James Lee, C E. 
Masters of Works for Renfiewshire — First or Upper Ward, Duncan M'Kinlay ; Second or Lower 

Ward, James Murray — County builJings, St. James street. 
Medical Officer of H alth (Buruh)— Alexander Robb, M.A., M.D., D.P.H., 13 Gilmour s reet. 
^'edical Officer of Hcdlth (County) — A. Campbell Munro, County Buildings, St. James street. 
Model Lodarine'-house. Arthur street — Hector Munro, superintendenr 
Municipal Weighers — No I, William Smith, St. Jaiues street; No. 2, Robert Speirs, South Croft; 

No. 3, David Hunter, Carlile place. 
Parish Council Office, 62 and 63 Back Sneddon — J. M. Campbell, inspector of poor. 

,, „ „ — John Robertson, collector. 

Peter (Th'') Brough Nurses Home, 41 Oakshaw s reet — Miss Watson, superintendent. 

Police Office (Burgh), Municipal buildings — William Duncan, chief constable. 
Police Office (County) County Buildings, Love street — Chai-les Harding, chief constable. 
Poorhouse (Parish)— J. Calder, governor; Miss Finn, matron. 
Post Office, County square — J. Macmaster, postmaster; James Day, chief clerk. 
Procurator-Fiscal (Burgh), Municipal buildintjs — Wm. Walker. 
Procurator-Fiscal (County), Court Buildings, St. James Strcet^George Hart. 
Prociu-ator-Fiscal (J.P.), County Buildings, Love street — John Abercrombie. 
Refuse Destruct.jr — John Ewiug, manager. 
HeKistrar's office, 14 Gilmour street — Hugh Allison, registrar. 
2nd V. Bit alien A. & S. Highl mders. Drill Hiil— Adjutant, Captain D. E. Payne. 
4th Batt;ilion A. & S. Highlanders, Barracks, Williamsburgh— Adjutant, Captaiii F. J.Richar.dson, 

iSanitary Inspector's Office, Municipal buildings— William W. Kelso. 

Sanitary Inspec ors for Renfrewshire— First or Upper District, Duncan M'Kinlay ; Second or 

Lower Di>tiict, Duncan Campbell— (. oitnty buildings, t^t. James street. 
School Hoiird —Thomas MacRobert. jun., and William Hutchison, joint-clerks. 
School Board Treasm-er's Office, 5 County place — Jackson & Abercrombie. 
School Board Inspector's Office, 5 County place — James H. Taylor. 
"Sheriff Court-Houses, St. James street— William Darling Lyell, Sheriff-Substitute; Joseph M'Leod 

Lochhead. Sheriff-clerk; Wm. Brown, James Gardner, T. Gow Smith, and John Muir, 

deputy-clerks. - • 



Slaughterhouse, Springbank road-^John M'Luskle, superintendent. 

Stamps— John 0. Alexander, sub-distributor, 4 Causeyside, and at the Post Office. 

Taxes — Burgh Poor, Maxwell street — John Itobertson, collector. 

„ Police, Mutiicipal buildings — Piobert Thomson, treasurer and collector. 

„ Water. Municipal buildings — Ptobert Thomson, treasurer and collector. 

„ Eoad, Municipal buildings — Robert Thomson, treasurer and collector. 

„ Income — Harry Crowther, surveyor, 8 St. Mirren street. 

„ Income — John 0. Alexander, collector, 4 Causeyside. 
Town Clerks' OflHce, Municipal buildinsrs — Francis Martin, clerk. 

,, ,, — Jas. F. Johnstone, M.A.,LL.B., depute clerk. 

Veterinary Inspector for County — Alexander Pottie. M.R.C.V.S., 64 Love street. 
Veterinary Inspector for Burgh — Andrew M Geoch, M.K.C.V.S., 3 and 4 Mill street. 

Abbey street 

Abbey terrace 

Abbey close 

Abercorn street 

Ardgowan street (Blackball) 


Blackball street 

Blackball buildings 

Bridge street (north) 

Buchanan street (east) 

Cart street 

Cameron street 

Christie street 


Cochran street 

Cotton street 

Crofts (north, south,east,&w est) 


Mavisl ank teriace 

Mill sti eei (to Seedhi'.Is) 

Millar street 


New Smittihills 

Niddry streer 

Renfrew street 

Reufiew road (to Potter-row or 

Ross street 
Thread street 


With the Streets embraced in each (alphabetically arranged), and the Names and Addresses of 
the Session Clerks, who take in Proclamations of Marriage tor their lespective Paiishts. 

Abbey Paris li. 

Within the Bukgh, 
Includes — 
Crow road (south side only) 
Culside road (west side, to 

Garthland place 
Garthland lane 
Garthland street 
Gauze street 

George street (Blackball) 
Glebe street 
Hamilton street 
Hawthorn bui. dings 
Incle street 
King street (Saucel) 
Lawn street 

Outline of the Landward Part of the Abbey Parish. 
From Howford Bridge on the Cart to South Lodge, Hawkhead, and fiom thence along the 
Barrhead Road to Crosstobs, from thence to brownside, Stanley Muir, and from thence to Bens 
Bridge, Bentston, and Harttield, fiom thence to Glenpatiick Burn, along the east side of that 
burn to the Distillery, from thence to l-oxbar and Lounsdale, and on to a point on Chain road 
where the Canal Railway crosses said load ; then along the south side of ihe Railway to Crow- 
road, along the centre of this road to Calside road, from thence to HaircraigM cottage, and tioni 
thence in aline south of Falside place to Thornly Park, then to Barierholm biicge, to Hunter- 
hill, Chapelhill, Blackball, to Saucel atid to Esnedair Burn bridge, corntr of Gordon's lane. 

Then aaain starting from G & P. J. H. Bridge on the Rylees road in a line by the Arkles'ons 
to Sandyfoid, to Abbot's Burn, to Moss toll bar, from thence to Moss plantation, from thenc 
in a line to Black^tone house, from thence to East Candren, to Craigielea. 

Inchinnan road from March Burn to Abbotsburn, which includes Merksworth and Abbotsbum 

Session, Clerk — George Beveridge 2 Mansfield place. 

All Proclamations to be left Mith James Campbell, 11 Lawn street. 

High Parish 

Includes — 

Castle street (east side) 
Chuichhill (west side) 
George street (Nos. 10—50, 

and 117-16-2) 
Hiifh street (Nos. 28 — 55, and 

Lady lane 

New stieet (No. 45) 

Session Cleric— J. G. Thomson (of John Neilson Irstitutior) — house, Strattonville, Meiklerigrgs. 
Proclamations may also be left with Robert Arthur, Chuich-Officer, 13 Oakshaw street, 
entrance by 14, 

Argyle street 
. Barclay street 
BaiT street 
Calside (v\est of Mary field 


Canal sri eet (Nos. 11—83) 

Oakshaw(S'os. 12— 15) 

Orr square (east side) 

Sir Michael street 

Storje stieet 

Town head terrace 

Walker stieet 

We^t Bmlianan street 

Wellmeadoi* street (iNos.l — 2 



Caledonia street (Nos. 1 to 27 

and 51 to 56) 
Cliurchliill (east side only) 
Clark street 

County square and place 
Craigiele . build ngs 
Dyers' wynd 
Galloway street 
Gilinour street 
Glen lane 

Glen St. (Nos. 1 to 17 inclusive) 
Greenhill road 
Greenock road (to the Toll, 

■west side cnly) 
High street (Nos. 5 to 27 and 

87 to 109 inclusive) 
Session Clerk - 

Middle Parish 

Includes — 

Hunter street 

Love strt-et (Nos. 1 to 7 and 71 
to 75 inclusive) 

Macflowall street 

Macfarlane street 

Mackenzie street 

Maxwell street 

Jleetine-hou>e lane 

Midd e lane (Nos. 1 to 4 in- 

Moncrieflf street (Nos. 6 to 10 

Moss street 

Murray street 

Oakshrtw street (from School 

Pnttison street 

Quay lane (south side only) 

Race course and roads 

St. James place 

St. James street (Nos. I to 8 

and 20 to 37 inclusive) 
School wynd 
Back Sneddon (Nos. 1 to 12 

and 60 to 69 inclusive) 
New Sneddon (Nos. 1 to 10 

and 89 to 97 inclusive) 
Old Sneddon 

Stoney brae (east side only) 
Underwood road (north &id9 


wynd to Sroney brae) 
William Peattie, 2 Gilmour street — house, Dunedin, Meikleriggs 

Low Parish (St. George's) 

Includes — 
Forbes place 

Espedair street (east side) 
Georee street (Nos. 1 to 8 and 

166 to 170) 
George place 
Gordon's lane 
High street (Nos. 1 to 4) 
John>ton street 
Laigh Kirk lane 
Marshall's lane 
NeAv stre^-t (No. 45 excepted) 
Oichaid street 
Prussia street 


Bladda lane (north side) 

Bridge street (west ot Abbey 

Brown's lane 

Burn row 

Calside (west side) 

Calside place (east of and in- 
cluding Maryfield villa) 

Calside avenue 

Canal street (Nos. 1 to 10 and 
84 to 91) 

Causeyside (except Nos. 56, 
67, 58, 59) 

Session C/er*— Alexander Murdoch, B.A., Neilson Institution 

Martyrs' Parish 


Serdhillroad (to Nursery gate) 

Shurtle street 

South Campbell street (east ol 

Espedair street) 
Stevenson street 
Stirling street 
Stow street 

Stow place (east side, 1 to 4) 
St. Mirren street (except Na» 

tional Bank) 
Wardrop street 
Water brae. 

-house, Gallowlea, Meikleriggs 

Ai'thur street 


Campbell street (west.) 

Carbrook street 

Castle street (Nos. 20 to 35) 

Chain road (east side as far 

as Canal Railway bridge) 
Claveritig stree- 
Douglas street 
East lane (Ferguslie) 

Annfield place 

Barter holm 

Bute place 

Calside (east side only) 


66, 57, 5S, and 59 Causeyside 

Carriagehill drive 

Carriagehill Village 


Colinslee place 


Duke street 

Earl Grey place 

Espedair st. (ex. ea<t side from 

Causeyside to So. Campbell st. 


Includes — 
Ferguslie walK 

George strett (Nos. 50 to 116) 
Hannay sti eet 
John street 
Knox sti eet 

Lonewells (Nos. 1 to 23) 
Maxwellton street 
Mid lane (Ferguslie) 
Session Clerk— A\ex. Eccles, 80 Broomlands 

South Parish 

Includes — 

Gladstone terrace 
Glendale place 
Glenview terrace 
Great Hamilton street 

Halrcraigs Cottage 
Janefield place 
Kilnc oft lane 
Lylesland terrace 
Mansfield place 
Mary street 
Neilson street 

Neil street 
Newton street 
Queen street 
Hal -ton square 
Thomas street 
West lane (Ferguslie) 
West street 
William st'eet 
Wilson street 

Neilston street 
Neilston road 
( )rr street 
Prospect Hill 
Richmond place 
Rosebery place 
Rowan street 
Smith street 
South Campbell street 
South park 
Stock street 
Union street 

Session Clerk — Hugh M'Kenzie, 88 Causeyside street. 



Brown place 

Brown street 

Hende son street 

High street (Nos. 56 to 80) 

Kerr street 

St. Columba Parish 

Includes — 
Oakshaw (trom Stoney brae 

and Orr square westward) 
Orr square (west side only) 
St. James street (Nos. 9 to 19) 
Stoney brae (west side only) 

Underwood road (so sidp only) 
Well street (east side only) 
Wellmeadow street (27 to 43). 
West brae 

Session C/erA—Hugh M'Kay, 6 Barclay street. 

Abingdon place 

Albert stieet 

Albion street 

Andrews street 

Bellfield place 


Blythswood d ive 

Caledonia >tr*'et (east side — all 
north of Glen street 

Carlile place and lane 

Cart iHue 

(jlen street (Nos. 19 to 35 in- 

North Parish 

Includes — 

Greenock road (north side only) 
to the Toll 

Love street (Nos. 8 to 70 in- 

Lowndes's lane 

Moncrieff street (Nos. 1 to 4 

Middle lane (north side) 

Mossvale street 

Mo^svale lane 

Nethercommon and Inchinnan 
road to March burn 

North street 

Quay lane (Nos. 1 and 2 

north side) 
Russell street 
Spiincbank road 
Smith's lane 
Sneddon, New (Nos, 11 to 88 

Sneddon, Back (Nos. 13 to 69 

Victoria street 
Wallace street 

Session Clerk — Daniel M'A'lister, 29 Glen street. 

Greenlaw Parish 

is bounded on the east by Ryleps road on the north side of Glasgow road, and by Ralston house 
and grounds on south side of Glasgow roHfl ; on the west by an imaginary line between Royal 
terrace and Garthland place, and by the Abbey manse glebe l^nds; on the north by the Rail- 
way; and on the south by the Canal Line. It includes the following streets, ttc.: — 

Arkleston road 


Clarence street 

Crossflat crescent 

Crossfiat terrace and Crossflat 

Dixon stieet 

East lane, Williamsburgh 

Glasgow road 

•Oreenlaw avenue 

Greenlaw drive 
Greenlaw terrnce 
Hawkhead road 
Kilnside road 
Lacey stree 
Ladybum street 
naiision-house road 
M 'Ken ell stieet 
Phillips street 

Ralston street 
Regent sti eet 
Hoyal ten ace 
Seedhill road 
Unstead place 
Violet street 
VMiitehead strpet 
Whitehaugli drive 

Proclamations of marriage are received by Andrew Weir, 2 Ladyburn street. 
Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths. 

District of Paisley — Hugh Allison, Registrar, 14 Gilmour street. 

Office Hours— 10 till 3 and 6 till 8 Daily, unless Saturday, when the Office closes at 4 o'clock. 

Fee for Certificate of Birth, Marriage, or Death — if ordered at Registration, 2s. Id.; if after- 
wards, 3s. Id. Fee for a Particular Search, Is.; General Search, 2s. Fee for Extract of Death, 
tinder the Friendly Society Act — if form filled up by Applicant, Is.; if filled up by Registrar, Is. 3d. 

A Birth must be Registered within Twenty-One Days. 

A Marriage within Three Days after solemnization. 

A Death within Eight Days, but previous to interment. 

The Fee for Publication of Marriage Is 2s. 6d. for Parties residing within the Registration 
District. Eight Clear Days' Noiice must be yiven pievious to the date of maniabe. 



For Two or Three Sundays, 2s 6d | For One Sunday only, 10s 6d 

Where the Parties reside in any two of the Parishes within the Registration District of 
-Paisley, only One Fee is charged for one day proclamations. 



Bank of Scotland. 

Instituted l(i95 


Open from 10 till 3, and on Saturday from 

10 till 12. 

Agent— Ge rge '^eton Vfitch. 

The Bank negoriii'es Bills and gia' ts Letters 

of Credit on all ihe princ-ipal towns in Scutland. 

England, and lieland. braws on its lira.ich 

in London ; Coutts A C •.: and tiie l^ank of 

England; and on flie Colonies and horeign 

Countries; also issues CirculMr Nc tes of £5, 

£10, and £20 each, free of chai'ge, for the use 

of travelleis and others in all parts of the 


Head Office— Bai^k Sfreet, EmvBrKGH. 
London Office — 19 Hishupsgatr Stleef, E.G. 

Royal Bank of Scotland. 

Incorporated t-y Kojiil Chaiter, 1727. 
Agent— 'Wm. Di' kson. 
Accountant— 1 . D. Allan. Telhi — Peter Dick. 
Draws on their branch in London; also on 
the Bank of England, and Me- srs. Coutts & Co., 
London ; and all the principal towns in Scot- 
land, England, and Ireland. The Royal Bank 
of Scotland negotiates Bills on every place 
where there is a Bank, and effec s payments in 
the United States, British America, Ausrralia, 
New Zealand, and othtr British Colonies, and 
also in the East Indies. Circular Nnies, for the 
use of travellers on the Continent, are issued 
by the Bank. 

head Office -St. Andeeav Squabe, 'Edinburgh. 
London Office— 'i2'i Bishopsgatk St., Within. 

British Linen Company Bank. 

lacoipoiavfrt liv H>yal Chartt-r, 1746. 
Jgent—Da^'id D. Aucott. Teller - R. D. Caldwell. 
The Compaiiy issue Drafts on their own Offices, 
the Bankrf England, and on theprincipal towns 
in Scotland. England, and Ireland. Th<y grant 
Lefers of Credit on the Colonies and other 
Foreign Countries, and negotiate Bills payable 
in any place where there is a Banker. They 
also ist'Ue Circular Notes, free of charge, foi 
the use of travellers on the Continent of Europe 
and elsewhere ab)oad. 

Bead "flire — ^T. Andrew Square, Edinburgh. 
JjOiidon (>;^'ce— Theeadneedle Sti:ket, E.G. 

Commercial Bank of Scotland 

Inst. 1810, and Incorpoiaieii bv Ro^ai Charter. 
102 H1..H STREET (CROSS). 

Agent — James Hoss, 

Accountant Waltei' S. Nicol. 

Teller — John Law. 


Agent, James Ross. Accountant, VVm. B. Eraser. 

Draws on London Branch, 62 Lombard 

Street; London and Westminster Bank 

(Limitef^), and Coutts .t Co.. London. N'ejjo- 

tiates iiills on every place in Great Britain 

and Ireland where ttiere is a Bank or Banker. 

K S 

Issues Circular Notes ; grants Drafts or Letters 
of Credit on all the principal towns in England, 
Scotland, Ireland, the Colonies, and elsewhere 

Head Office — GKOTiGE Street, Edinburoh. 

London Office — 62 Lombard Street, E.G. 

National Bank of Scotland Ltd. 

Instituted 21st March, 1825, and Incorporated 

bv Royal Charter. 

Corner of HIGH sT. and ST MIRREN ST. 

Agent— Kugu'^ Bucharan. 

Accountant —WWVmm Smith. 

Teller- W. B. Dalgety. 

Draws on London (Jfflc • ; Brown Bros. A Co., 

New York ; and all the principul towns in 

Scotland, England, Ire'and, and the Colonies. 

The National Bank of Scotland issues foreign 

Credits and Circular Notes, availjible in ail 

parts of the world, and negotiates Bills in 

every place in Scotland, England, Ireland, and 

abroad, where there is a Bank oi- Banker. 

Head Office— A2 St. Andrew's Sq., Edinburgh 

London Office— ol Nicholas Lane, E.G. 

Union Bank of Scotland Limited. 

Instituted 1829, and Incorpoiated umier 
Act of Parliament. 
Agent — ^ohn Elliot Murray. 
Accountant — Wm. A. Nelson. 
Tellers— B.o\)t. Pitblado and Wm. R. Walker. 
Draws on their London Office, also on the 
Bank of England, Messrs. Glyn & Co , and 
Coutts & Co., London ; and on all the principal 
towns in Scotland, England, and Ireland. 
Grants Drafts payable in Airsiralia, New Zea- 
land, Canada, and New York. Negotiates Bills 
on all towns in Great Britain and Ireland, arid 
on the Continent where there is a Hank. 
Head Offices— Iug'rah Street, Glasgow, and 
George Street. Edinburgh. 
London Offi'ce—6'2 Cornhill. 
Agent— J. E. Muiray. 
Accountant — l.obert Johnston. ■ 

The Clydesdale Bank Limited. 

Inslitured 1838. 


Open from 10 till :i, arid on Satui days from 

10 till 12. 

Agent— Rohe]t Russell. 

Sub- Agent- J. B. Yeitch Smith. 

Teller — James Carrick. 

Negotiates Kills and crants Letters of Credit 

on London, tiie ).rincipal towns in .Scotland, 

Ki gland, and Ireland ; the liank of M<mtrea], 

and the Bank of British North America,. 

CaiiadM, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and 

Vancouver Island; also on the Union Bank of 

Australia, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, and 

other brancuts. 



The Savings Bank of Paisley. 

Instituted May, 1838. 

Certified under the Act of 18G3. 

Office— 107 High Street. 

Chairman — John A. Brown. Deputy-Chairman — John Adam. 

Actuary — Adam B. Berry. Cashier — Robert Wylie. 

Auditor — J. Balderston Whyte, C.A. 

Committee of Management. 
William Bow. 
Wm. Shanks, Johnstone. 
James Gardner. 
Peter Jack. 

James Murray, manu- 
Alex. Gardner, publisher. 
Robt. Hutchison, scourer. 

Thomas Rowat. 
James Caldwell. 
John Fullerton. 
George Dobie. 
William I.anp. 
Francis Martin. 
John Wil>on. 
James Parlane. 

James Robertson. 
James Barr, Johnstone. 
James H. Yount. 
Kobert Balderston. 
Alex. Fullerton. 
Peter F,adie. 
John M. M Galium, 

The Bank is open for receiving and paying every lawful day from 10 till 3 o'clock, and on 
Saturdaj' evenings from 6 till 9 for receiving only. Sums from One Shilling upwards received,- 

Bank Holidays. 

New Year's Day, Good Friday, Christmas, first Monday in May, and first Monday in August. 

Bills falling due on Good Friday and Christmas are payable the day before, those on New 
Year's Day and first Mondays of May and August are payable on the next day, if not a Sunday, 

Upon Fast Days and Local Holidays, other than the above, the Bank offices are open only 
between 9 and 10.30 a.m. Bills due on any such days are payable then, but may be paid the 
previous day. 

Annual Holidays in lieu of Fast Days. 

Third Monday of April and third Friday of September. 


Third Thursday of February and May, and second Thursday of August and November. 
Markets — Every Thursday. 

Income Tax Commissioners for the Upper Ward of Renfrewshire. 

John C. Cuninghame of Craigends. 
H. B. Dunlop of Arthurlie. 
A. G. B Graham of Craigallion. 
Henry Erskine Gordon, Aikealiead. 

John Chevne, Sheriff, ai d 

W. Darling Lyell, Sheriff-Substitute, ex-offlciis. 

Lord Blythswood, of lilythsvvood. 

Allan Gilmour, of Faglesham. 

Henry Macdowall of Gaithlan'. 

C/eW^— Robert Stevenson, 99 High street, Paisley. 

Surveyors and Assessms —'Hai-vj Crowther, 8 St. Miiren stieet. Paisley ; James Reith and 
D. C. Lethem, 2h0 Geortre street, Gla-gow, 


Inspector's Office akd Collectok's Office — Parish Council Buildings, Paisley. 

C/iafrmara— "William Fulton, Esq., Gleniffer v.'ew, 

Miss Adam, William Fulton. 

Miss Bell. John Galbraith. 

Stewart Armour. Dr. Gardner. 

John Arthur. John Gemmell. 

James Barclay. John T. Hellyer. 

John C Berry. John Holmes. 

George Beveridge. Fiaiik Irvine. 

Jame^ Carruth John Kilpatrick. 

John Chambers. Alexander Mitchell. 

Jonn Daly. John M'Creery. 
Andrew Fisher. 

Calside (west). 

Malcolm M'Farlane. 
Patrick M'Ghee. 
Duncan G. MacGregor. 
Dr. Hobb. 

Henry K. Robertson. 
James Scarlett 
Robert Tweeda'e. 
William Wa lace. 
James A Whit'^. 
George Woolley. 



Faculty of Procurators in Paisley. 


Dean — A. R. Ferguson, Neilston. Vice-Dean — James E. Campbell. 

Secretary and Treasurer — William Walker. 

Council — ^The Dean and Vice-Dean and Secretary, and the following Councillors : — 

John D. Allison, J. M. Scott, M\ Bowie, and A. F. Lochhead. 

Abercromhie, John, Paisley, 

♦Adam, John do., 

Allison, John D., do., 

Beckett, Win., Glasgow & Barrhead, 
Bowie, Wm., Paisley, 

•Caldwell, James, Paisley, - 
Caldwell, James, jun.. Paisley, 
Cameron, Andw. Alston, John stone, 
Campbell, James E., Prtisley, 
Campbell, John. Pollokshaws, 
Campbell, John M.. do., 

■^Cochran, Alex., Paisley, - 
Cunningham, John, Paisley, 
Dickie, D. D., do., 

Ferguson. A. R.. Neilston, 
Gillies, William, Glasgow and 
Pollokshaws, - - _ 

Guy, Robeit, Glasgow and Pollok- 
shaws - - - . 

♦Halt, George. Paisley. 
Hay, Robert Blair, Paisley, 
Hutchison, Wm., do., 
Johnstone. Jas. F.. do , 

Audito7'—^". BrowTi, Sheriff-Clerk 

Ojflcer — Get 

Those maiked * liav 


Date of 









OF Faculty. 

Date of 

Lang, Benjamin, Paisley, - 1898. 

Lang, John M., do., - 1890. 

Lochhead, Andw. F.. do.. - 1889. 

Li clihead, Joseph M'Leud, Paisley, IhSS. 

Macallister, Alex., do., 1892. 

MacRobert, Thos., jun., do., 1892. 

Martin, Frank, do., 1885. 

Morrison, David A., do., 1892. 

*.Muir, John, do., IsSo. 

Pattison, John, do., 1888. 

Reid, Alex. P., Johnstone, - 1891. 

Reid. Thomas F., Paisley, - 1885. 

♦Russell, Robert. do., - 1885. 

Russell, Thomas, do., - 1885. 

Scott, James M., do., - 1898. 

Semple. David Smith, do., - 1885. 

• Smith, T. Gow, d-., - 1890. 

Stevensrm. Robert. do., - 188fi. 

Stevenson, R. C, Johnstone, - 1885. 

Stirling, John B.. do., - 1885. 

Todd, John J., Paisley, - - 1903. 

Young, James A., do., - - 1885. 

Walker, William, do., - - 1885. 

Depute. Librariav—V^imam Lang. Sheriff- Clerk's Office. 

irgf Yeats, Sheriff Court Buildinjis. 

e already lield the office of Dean of Fncultv. 

Paisley (Senior), 

,, (Juniors), 
Barrhead and Neilston, 
Glasgow (Civil), 

,, (Criminal), 

Agents for the Poor. 

For Year from 1st April, 1903. 

James Caldwell. Jun. 

R. W. Currie and John J. Todd. 

Robert Reid. 

William Logan. 

Gordon Stewart Goldie. 

Hueh Campbell. 

Michael Smith, 33 Renfield 

Street, Glasgow. 
James M'Guire. 160 Hope 

Street, Glasgow. 



Hon. President— Steyf.'art Clark, D.L,, of Dundas Castle. 
Hon. Vice-President.<> — Sir William Dunn. Bart., M.P.. Sir C. Bine Renshaw, Bart., M.P., 

Archibald Mackenzie, or Mi liken, and Kenneth Clark. Esq. 

President— '^iWi&m Muir MacKean. Vice-President— \\ . B. Flockhart. 

Hon. Treasure?-— John Robertson, Roneil. 


Andrew F. M'Callum. 
William Shanks. 
Walter Brown. 

P. M. Coats. W. H, Coats. 

Daniel Mnckenzie. James Service. 

Peter Eadie. David P. Donald. 

Jix-officio— Robert Balderston, Willinm Lang, James H. Young, Thomas Graham, M.D. 

Medical Board. 

Hon. Consulting Physician — Thomas Watt. M.B., CM. 

Hon. Consulting Suryeon — William F. Gibb. M.D., CM. 

Ophthalmic Surgeon — N, Gordon Cluckie, M.B., L F.P S.G. 

Assistant Ophthalmic Surgeon— Viv. Archd. Donald, M.B., CM. 

Matron — Miss Birch. 

Secretary and Treasurer -Thomas Kerr, Writer, 12 High street. 

Auditor— J. Balderston Whyte, C A. Collector^J. D. Wilson, 4 Causeyside. 



Honorary Life President — Peter Coats. Honorary Directors — Stewart Clark and George Dobie. 

Ordinary Directors. 

President — Robt. Bnlrterston. Vice-President — William Lang. 

Hon. Treasurer — James H. Young. Hon. Si-cretary — John Abercrombie. 

C'erk and Collector — Geo. Hutton. 

G. H. Coats. 
Peter Coats. 
John A. Brown. 
Geo. Barclay. 
George Hart. 

R. K. Bell. 
David Fulton. 
Thomas Greenlees 
A. F. Craiff. 
Alex. Gardiner. 

.Tohn Gillespie. 
Peter Jack. 
Alex. Paterson. 
John Houston. 
John Millar. 
Medical Superintendent — Dr. James L. Browniilge. Assistant Home Surgeon - Dr. John S. Dale. 

Matron — Miss Alexander. 

Physicians and Suraeons — Drs. Thomas Gralwm (Hon. Consulting Surgeon), Donald Fraser, 

W. F. Gibb, Thomas Watt. H. C. Donald, and A. Richmond. 

Assistant Surgeon — Dr. J. P. A. Wil>on. 
Assistant Plmsicians Dr«. Joshua Ferguson and Wm. C ow. 
Dispensary Practitioners — Drs. John Ada n and J. D. Holmes. 
The Dispensary is open every day from 2 p.m. till 3 p.m. for advice; and from 2 p.m. till 
3 p m.. and from 5 till 6 p.m. for Dispensing Medicine. Friends of Patients admitted Tuesdays, 
Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 3 to 4 p.m., and on Sundays from 4.30 to 5.30 p.m. 

Medical and Surgical Cases require Two Tickets, and are admitted from 2 till 3 p.m 
Accident Cases admitted at all hours wit hout Tickets. 

Miss Kibble's Reformatory Institution, Greenock Road. 

Opened 1st August, 1859. 
Chairman — James Clark. 
Trustees and Managers— The Sheriff of Renfrewshire; The Sheriff-Substitute at Paisley; The 
Provost of Paisley; The Minister of the First Charge of the Abbey Parish of Paisley; The 
jMinister of the High Church Parish of Paisley; all for the time being. And Messrs, 
Francis Martin, James Clark, Thos. Rowat. and Daniel MacKenzie; with Sa.vers Aitkeii, 
James Mowat, a' d exBailie Duncan M'Pherson, all of Glasgow, representatives of the 
Glasgow Juvenile Delinquincy Boad. 

Serretary and, Treasurer — J. M. Lochhead. 
Governor — James Love. Matron — Mrs. Love. 

Paisley Convalescent Home, West Kilbride. 


President — Allan Coats. Vice-Preside7it — Robert Balderston. 

Secretary and Treasurer — J. Ha'd rston Whyte. 

James Coats, jun., James Arthur, Peter Jack, J. Stewart Clark, John Gillespie, John A. Brow.n, 

P. H. Coats, Ale.\ander Paterson. Robert Pmio , Kenneth M. Clark, A. F. Craig, and 

Jas. F. Johnstone. 
.Aidies' Committee— Mrs. Arthur. Mrs. Kerr. IMrs. Stewart Clark, Mrs. Allison, Mrs. Hodgart, 
Mrs. vv. H. Coats Mrf. MacKobert, and Mrs. M Galium 
Mtdira/ O fficer— Dr. W. F. Gibb. Matron— Mvi^. Ln idla w. ^ 

Girls' Home, Opposite Ferguslie Buildings. 

M(itro7i—J . Forbe>. 

Girls' Club, 15 Ferguslie. 

Matron— J. Forbes. 

Scottish Class Teachers' Association. 

(Paisley District.) 

JPresident— John T. Pollock. North School. Vice-Preside^it—Ja.'^. A. Wilson, West School. 

Joint Hon. Seci/s.— John Forbes, South School, a .d Alex. Craisr, Abercorn School. 

Hon. Treaszirer— Thos. H. Semple, Abercorn School. 

Representatives to Fede ration CoKnriJ—.Toh-n MncKav anH Dpwar O. Rohb. 

St. Andrew's Ambulance Association 

(Incorporated by Royal Charter). 


Chairman — Dr. R. S. Penman. 

Secretary and Tr>rasurer—R. Blair Hay, writer, 14 Moss street. 

The affairs of above branch are managed by the ChnirmHn, Secretary and Treasurer, and & 

roinmitten of 21 members. The objects are to encourage and piomote training in Ambulance 

W^oik anl Nursing wherever same is likely to be useful. 

For particulars as to formation oi Classes, etc., apply to Secretary. 



The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. 

(Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1895.) 

Fatrons — The Kin^ and Queen. 

Paisley Branch formed November, 1902. 

Executive Comjuttee — 

President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., Fergjuslie Park. 

Vice-Presidents — Provost Bell, Clerg'ymen, and Gentlemen of the Town and District. 

And others. 

Honorary Treasurer — J. E. Murray, Union Bank. 

Honorary Secretary — D. A. Morrison, Writer, 97 High Street, Paisley. 

Inspector and Officer — Alfred J. Lapham, 13 M'Kerrell Street, Paisley. 

Persons knowing of assault or ill-treatment, including abandonment or exposure of any 

children, should communicate immediately with the Honorary Secretary, or with the 

Inspector, Mr Lapham, at 13 M'Kerrell Street, Paisley. 

Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor. 

President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bar(met. 

Vice-Presidevts — Stewart Clark, Peter Jack, and J. Ross Macgregor. 

Eon. Treastirers — AYilliam R. Finlator, 19 High street, and William Brown, Burnetta cottage. 

Hon. Secretaries — Peter Eadie, Wakefield, and J. Baldeiston Whyte, C.A., 94 High stieet. 

Superintendent — Miss Jane Bell, 4 Greenlaw avenue. 

Office-bearers elected yearly in the month of December. 

Office of the Association — 112 Causeyslde. Fire Lighter Factory — MacKean street. 

The Paisley Society for Treatment of Diseases considered Incurable. 

The object for which the Society is established is to maintain a Home for Paisley and neigh- 
bourhood fitted for the reception of such cases as are considered Incurable, and unsuited for 
treatment in an ordinary Infirmary, or in the homes of the Patients. 


H. H. Smiley 
Rev. John Porteoiis 
John Armour BroM^n 
Francis Martin 

Committee of Management for 1901. 
President — Archibald Coats of Woodside 

I John E. Murray 
I Rev. George Park 

Rev. G. J. Tait 
I George H. Coats 
Hon. Medical Officer — Donald Fraser, M.D 

Matron — Aliss Craig. 
Hon.. Secretary — James H. Dunn, writer. Treasurer 

George Barclay 
Wm. H. Coats 
Rev. R. C. Strang 

Assistant— G. W. Coats, M.B. 

-J.imes F. Johnstone. 

President — A. F. Craig. 

Industrial School. 

Hon. President — Stewart Clark. 

Vice President — James Robertson. 

Treasurer — John E. Murray. 

Secretaries — Young and Martin, 4 Gilmour street. 

Superintendent — James Winchester. Matron — Mrs. Winchester. 

Acting Committee. 

Sheriff Lyell. 
Provost Hell. 
Bailie Coats. 
James Parians. 
Allan Coats. 
George H. Coats. 
James A.Young. 

Mrs. A. F. Craig. 
Mrs. Allan Coats. 
Mrs. George MacKenzie. 
Mrs. James Reith. 

Alexander Lang. 
George Dobie. 
John Andrews. 
John M'Lachlan. 
Robfrt Balderston. 
James Cla"k. 
Roger W. Muir. 

Ladies' Committee. 
Mrs. John Boyd. 
Misses EHen Kerr. 

Margaret Kerr. 

Eliza Kerr. 

Genrg-e MacKenzie. 
Jamt'S Reith. 
John Boyd. 
James H. Young. 
Rev. Dr. Henderson. 
Rev. Dr Gentles. 
hev. John Paterson. 

Misses Parian". 


Paisley Female Refuge. 

President — George Dobie, Edgemont, Castlehead. 

Vice-President — James Parlane, West brae. 

Treasurer— Sd\m Macalaster, Muirholm. Secretary— T Fulton Reid, writer, 12 Causeyside street- 

Matron — Miss Blue. 
With an Acting Committee of Fifteen other Members. 


Paisley and District Mission to the Deaf and Dumb. 

Established 1880. 
Objects : — 

1. To provide extended Religious and Secular Instruction among the Deaf and Dumb in Paisley 

and the surrounding district, after they have quitted school. 

2. To visit the Sick, Unemployed, and other Deaf and Dumb persons at their homes. 

3. 7 a assist the Deaf and Dumb who have good characters in obtaining employment. 

4. To provide an Interpreter where necessary. 

5. To grant relief in cases found to bs really deserving. 

President — Provost Bell Vice-Presidentu— Sir Wm. Dunn, Bart., M.P., Sir C. Bine Renshaw 

Bart , M.P.. Sir Thos. G. Glen-Coats, Bart., and Kenneth M. Clark. 

Hon. Treasurer — Thomas Russell, Clydesdale Bank. 

Missionary — Rev. J. Henderson, Royal Institute for Deaf and Dumb, W. Regent street. Glasgow, 

(Sec/'ficrr?/— Robert Semplc. 1 7 Maxwellton street, Paisley. 

Collector — William Wright, Royal Institute for Deaf and Dumb, West Regent street, Glasgow. 

.Mission Hall, 109 Causeyside. 

Paisley Property Association. 

The object of this Association is to protect Proprietors against all unjust burdens &c., 

imposed upon their property. 

Hon. President — James Clai-k. Chapel house. President — Robert Kirk. 

Secretarp — Thos. P. Towers, writer, 16 Moss street. 

Treasii7'er—Avc\\d. Murray, 2 Causeyside street. 

Tlie Paisley Heritable Property Investment Society. 

Incorporated under "The Building Societies ■ Act, 1874." Established 1853. 

Pi-esident — Daniel Black, mill manager, Greenlaw. 
Board of Directors — The President. Secretary, and Treasurer; Robert Russell, banker; Robert 
Ertinonds, banker; Bailie Paton ; WilliHm Brown, warehouseman ; J. B. Wothersi>oon, card- 
board manufacturer; William JIuir MacKean, starch manufacturer; Robert Thomson, Town 
chamberlain ; Alexander Gardiner, junr.,conl merchant ; and Andrew Gibson, restauratem*. 
{secretary and Laic Agent — D. S. Semple, writer, 16 Gihnour Street. 
Treasurers — Jackson & Abercrombie, accountants, 5 County p ace. 
Surveyor — Jotm Gillespie, licensed valuator, 82 New Sneddon Street. 
Auditors— 3. Balderston Whyte, C.A., 94 High street, and Alexander Mal^lieson, accountant, 

93 High street. 
Rankers — The Clvdesdale Bank. Limited: and The National Bank of Scotland, Limited. 

"Economic" Building^ Societies. 

Directors — First Society — George P. Lochhead, James Barclay, Bailie Fisher, Malcolm 

Macfarlane, George Knox, Provost Wilson, James Barclay, Frank Irvine. 

Second Soctef*/— Ex-Bailie Fisher, John Christie, Andrew Watt, George G. Kirk, 

John Robertson, Archd. Robertson, Robert M'Cowan. 

Secretaries'— Winning & Fulton, Terrace buildings. 

Solicitors— WHayigihton & Lochhead. Surneyor—Veter Caldwell, architect. 

i'anA-ers— National and Royal Banks, Paisley. 

Auditor — Alexander Matheson, accountant. 

Buildi37g Trades Federation for Paisley and District, 

Affiliated to the Scottish Building Trades Federation. 

President— a&m&s Barclay, builder, Christie street. 

Vice-Presidents — Matthew Lang, joiner, Murray ^t., Paislej^ and Jas. Ke-nie, builder, Johnstonew 

Secretary and Treasurer — t. Fulton Held, writer, 12 Causeyside street, Paisley, and 

92 West Nile Street, Glasgow. 
With a committee consisting of the office-bearers and twenty-one other members. 

The Renfrewshire Association for the Promotion of Trade. 

President — William Shanks, of Messrs. Shanks & Co., sanitary engineers, Bai-rhead. 
Vice - Preside7it - W. Y. Fleming, of Messrs. Fleming & Ferguson Ltd., engineers and ship- 
builders, Paisle . 
Committee of Management— ^.o^ieri Brown, A. W. Finlayson, Alexander Fullerton, James Paton, 
Sir C. Bine Renshaw, Bart., M.P., William wShanks, William Watson, and George Williamson. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Benjamin Lang, solicitor, Paisley. 


Paisley Shorthand Writers' Association. 

Headquarters — Geoifje Temperance Hotel. 

Offlce-Bearers for 1903-1904. 

Patrons — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bait., and Sir William Dunn, Bai-t.,M.P. 

Hon. President — John A. Brown. 

Hon. Vice-Presidaits — Rev. James Younff, B.D.. James Parlane, and A. B. Carswell. 

Hon. Members — John M. Drennan, Archibald Killin. John Falconer, James D. Waidiop, Wm. 

Hamilton, John Semple, Alex. Macpherson, and Jas. G. Gorrod. 

President — Wm. M'Culloch. Vice-President — James CHldwell. 

Secretary — Adam Buchanan, 1 Unsted place. Treasurer — George Gibson. 

' Session. October to March. 

■* Cowfeeders' and Dairymen's Association. 

Convener — Robert M'Murrich. Vice-Convener — Daniel Baillie. 

, Collector — Daniel Baillie. 

Directors — Walter Bowie. Robert Myles, John Kussell. George Buchanan, John Easdale, Charles 
Ashe, M. Kyle, D. Livingstone, and Peter Ferguson. 
j1 Clerk and Law -dgren/— Benjamin Lang, solicitor, 94 High street, Paisley. 

• Offlce-benre' s elected November of ench year. 

Paisley Cemetery Company (Limited). 


William Walker. Governor. 


. James Gardnc. Thomas h'owat. 

I J. R Cunningham. John FuUerton. 

\ D. S. Semple. 
Young & Martin, Secretaries and Treasurers. Robert Reid, Svperintendent. 

Paisley Naturalists' Society. 

President — Dr. John Lindsay, M.D. Vice-Presidents — William Malloch and Duncan Keir. 

Hon. Secretary — A. M. Stewart, 38 Ferguslie. Assitant Secrelaryr-JsLUies Bowie. 

Hon. Treasurer- Robert Smith. 

Recording Secretaries — Botany — Duncan Keir ; Geoloey — R. S. Houston ; 

Zoolouy — Andrew Erskine, jun. ; Ornithology — D. W. Keir. 

Representative on the Committee of the Mi Ipij-t Mar ne Station — A M. Stewart. 

Curator and Librarian — J. M. B. Tavlor 

Jamps Caldwell. 
John Parlane. 

Paisley and District Ayrshire Association. 

Constituted 11th February, 1895. 

Patrons — Hon. Thomas H. A. E. Cochrane, M.P., Eugene Wason,M.P., Sir Matthew Arthur, Bart., 

W. Y. FlemiuK. and John Moffat. 

Hon. Presidents — Sir William Arrol, M.P., James Robertson, and J. E. MuiTay. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — Alex. Murdoch, B.A., and C. J Grecrg. 

President — Dr. Andrew Richmond. Vice-Presidents — Alexander Borland and Thos. Rigg. 

Directors — A. Stewart, John Pollock, A. Eccles. J. Dickie, Jas. Boyd, P. GatTray, P. Andrews, 

J. K. Hunter ard T. D Laird. 

Collector — Andrew Borland, '26 Glen str et. 

Treasurer — James Irvine, 7 Whitehaugh terrace. 

Secretarii Gavin Crawford, writer. Ifi Gilmour street. 

Paisley Higrhlanders' Association. 

President — John Woodrow. Vice-PresidoU — Charhs Cameron. 

Secretary — J. MacSwan. 9 Phillips street. Treasurer- John Cameron. 

The Directors meet on the fiist Wednesday of the Month, at 8 o'clock p.m., in Yielder's Hall, 
Cross. The Annual General Meeting is held on the tirst V\ ednesday of February. Office- 
Bearers elected at Annual General Meetinc 

^^ The Paisley Tramways Company (Limited). 


Chairman — John G. Stewart, 65 Great Clyde street, Glasgow. 

John Forbes Baird, Greenock rond. Paisley. John Faill. 52 Robertson street, Glasgow. 

Auditor — Alexander Matheson, accountant, Paislej'. 

Int. Treasurer and Secretary — A. R. MacKenzie, writer, 7 Gilmour street, Paisley. 

: Solicitors — M'Innes, MacKenzie, & Lochhead, Paisley. 

Bankers — The British Linen Company's Bank. 

Manager — Robert Drummond, Incle street. 

Registered Office or the Cowpany — 7 Gilmour street. Paisley. 

Traffic Office and Stables— InclQ street, Paisley. 



Paisley Coffee Room Buildings. 


Convener— John Fullerton. Treasure) — James Caldwell. 

Secretary — James Gardner, Writer, 3 County place. 

James Caldwell. 
'1 honias Kowat. 
Francis Martin. 

James Jack. 
John Fullerton. 
William Hutchison. 

James Gardner. 
Eleftinn of Office- Bea'«'rs on Ist of June annually 

Good Templar Hall Trust. 

Hall, Dyers' Wynd, Paisley. 

Offlce-Bearers for 1903-1904. 

Chairman — Robert Paton. — T. Fulton Reid. 

Secretary and Treasurer — James G. Mackerracher, 9 Walton street, Shawlands. 

Hallkeepe)' and Letter — Thomas Kirkpatrick, 2 St. James street. 

Trustees — 

Stewart Clark. 

John Reid. 

Allan Coats. \f^ 

James Clark. 

James Winning. 

Alexander I>!4ig. I 

Wm. Muir MacKean, 

John A. Brown. 

Robert i^at n. 

Roger W. Muir. 

Peter Coats. 

T. Fulton Reid. ' 

John Muir. 

Jas. G. MackeiTacher. 

William Rolland. 

James Inglis. 

Henrv Hai-per. 

Archibald FairUe. 

John Brown. 

Alexander Murdoch. 


The Club, 102 High Street. 

Committee, 190i)-l904. 
Chairman — J. Edward Campbell. Hen. Treasure} — Walter Kin . 

Hon. Secretary — John M. Lang. 
Alex. Fullerton. P. M. Coats. Jas. H. Young. 

Hobert Brown. J. N. Millar. Robert Stevei;S0". 

James B. Reid. John Adam. Thos. MacRobeit. 

Ciubmaster — Jas. Hogarth. 
Meetings of Committ e held on the Second Tuesday of each Month 

The New Club, Forbes Place. 

Committee, 1903. 
Chairman — J. D. Robertson, Vice-Chairman — John Milne. 

Honorary Secret aru and Treasurer — W. Dykes Brown. 
Andrew Allice. James Cunningham. T. Dun. M'Nair. 

Alex. M'Naughtan, Don. Cameron. A. B Crawfo'd 

L>r. R. S. Penman. John Milne. John M. Stewart. 

Clubinistrtss — E. Lehmann. 
Meetings of Committee held on the second Tuesday of each month. 
Paisley Gaelic Club. 

Hon. President- Coionel Surgeon-Major MacGregor, London. 

President — Huah C:imeron. Treasurer— Tingli Ros. 

jSecreia;-!/— Alexander M. Stewart, 16 West street. 

Meets first Thursday of each month in Buin's rooms. Cross, at 8 o'clock. Election first Thursday 

in May. 

Paisley Burns Club. 

Instituted 1805. 
Chairman — James H. Young. Vice-CUairman — Alexander Paterson. 

Treasurer and Secretary — James E. Campbell, County place. 
Otfice-bearers elected first Thursday in February annually. 

Tannahill Gleniffer Burns Club. 

fresidirnt — James Orr, 6 George place. 

Vic -President — Rev. W. F. Mills, 60 Love street. 

Treasure! — Wm. Baird, 6 Glenview. Secretary — C. Jago Gregg, 2 Unsted place. 

Tannahill-Macdonald Club. 

Instituted 1874. 

Presiifent— Thomas Houston. Vice-President — Archd. Neil. 

Treasurer — George Henderson. Secretory — Wm, Berry, 8 Kilnside road. 

Ciub meets quarterly. 


Chairman — Bailie Kisiier. Vice-Chairman — Archibald Neil. 

Secretart) and Treasurer — W. R. Finlator, 19 High Street. 

Next Life-Boat Saturday, 17th October, 1903. 



*** Provincial Grand Lodge of Renfrewshire (East). 

R.W.P.G.jy.—Jhe Uight Hon. Lord Blythswood,LL.D.,Blythswood, l^enfrew. 

D.M.—Y. W. Allan. i'.il/.— George Glen, Yoker Holm, Yoker. 

S. IV.— Alexander Brown, (592). J. TK.— Matthew Jamison, ( l.'D). 

j/Secretori/— William Mackie, 19 Waterloo street. Glasgow. Tremurer—^ . D. Ramsay, (116). 

Ckapkiin — Rev. Robt. M'Clelland, lncMnnan(426). 

Senior Deacon— Barry Anderson (153). Junior heacon— John AVaterston, (512). 

^ Architect— R. M. Core, (156) /e;wZ/er— Peter Fletcher, (242). 

bible Bearer — William Thomson, (205). 

Director of Ceremonies.— James Dempster (347). Sword Hea7'er—John Slbbald (791). 

Director of Music— J nines Donaldson (617). Mars'iai — William Law (129). 

^ssfv^anC-J/ans/ta^- William Anderson (592). Standard Bearer— Robt. Lang (116). 

\ Senior Steward — Geo. Buchanan (524). Junior S'l ward — Henry Adam (458). 

Inner Guard Livingstone Chalmers (370). Tt/ler — R. Clews (129). 

Janitor — L. Chalmers, V\ ell street, Pai-ley. 

Office-bearers elected J'atm'day before first Thursday in Februaiy (annually). 

*. Repeated as before. Corrections for this year not being obtainable. 
I St. Mirrin Lodge, No. 129. 

I Instituted 1749. 

If Robert Fisher, R.W.M. John Mair, I.P.M. Robert Milne, D.M 

ii Andrew Mil ar, S.M. John W. Beutley, S.W. John M'Caffery, J.W. 

John J. Todd, 12 High street, Secretary. James Simpson, Treasurer. 

Rev. James Thomson, Chaplain. 
James P. Orr, S.D. James Sharp, J.D. John Duncan, Architect. 

\ James Warnock, Jeweller. Colin M'Arthur, Bible Bearer. 

, Archd. Colquhoun. S.S.B. William Tracey, J.S.B. 

! James Pattiuson, Director of Music. James F. Sehiple, Organist. 

J|ames H. Adams, S.S. John Thomson, J.S. Charles Hannah, I.G. John M'Glashan, Tyler. 
I Place of Meeting— Masonic Hall, 96 High street. 

il Regular meetings of the Lodge are held on the first and third Mondays of each month, except- 
ing May, June, July, and August, when only the first Monday, at 7.30 p.m. 

{ Renfrew County Kilwinning Lodge, No. 370, 

i! R.W.M.— John Pattison. I.P.M.— A. P. Roxburgh. D.M.- John S. Watson. 

,'! S.M.—Wm. J. Ramsay. S.W.— Norman M'Kean. J.W.— James A. Wilson. 

Secretary— Robert Hamilton, 9 Douglas street. Treasurer— Alexandei- Fra-er, 10 Lady lane. 

S.C— Rev. A. M. Lang, B.Sc. S.D.— J. M. Eccles. J.D.— Edward Beauchamp. 

Architect— Peter CaldwelL Jeweller— Robt. M'Nair. Bible Bearer— M. 0. Davidson. 

Director of Music — Jervis H. Coats. 

Organist— Harry Sutcliffe. Assistant Organist— W^m. Cha'mers. 

Senior Standard Bearer— Geo. Buchanan, jm. Jui ioi- Standard Bearer— David F.aser. 

Senior Steward— Matthew Geddes. Junior Steward— J^mes Pollock. 
ji Inner Guard— C. Hesketh. Tyler— Livingstone Chalmers. 

Meets in Masonic Hall, 96 High Street, Paisley, on the first and third Thursdav evenings in 
each Month, except May, June. July, and August, when it meets on first Thursday only. 
Election of Offlce-Bearers on the third Thursday of November, 1902. 

li Paisley Abbey Royal Arch Chap., No. 76. 

a M. Jamison, IstPr., Z. Archd. M-Fadden, l.P.P. W. J. Bentlev, D.P.Z 

A. Millar, 2nd P.Z. J. Pattison, 3rd P.Z. E. Beauchamp, S.E. S. Beauchamp, S.N. 

I J. M. Boj'd, Treasurer. 

I R. Hamilton, 1st Soj. A. B. Perry. 2nd Soj. W. Ramsay, 3rd Soj. 

T J. M'Glashan, Janitor. 

IMeets in Masonic Hall, Paisley, second Tuesday of each month, except June. July, and August. 


Court King George, No. 6763, A.O.F. 

David Watt, C.R. W^m. M'Cormick, S.C.R. 

John Scott, 24 Caledonia street. Treasurer. Alex. Eccles, SO Broomlands. Secretary. 

Andrew Watt and J. J. M'Innes, W^oodwards. James Forbes and Robert Dunbar, Beadles. 

John Holms, M.D., Court Surgeon. 

Joseph Culbert, James Clark, and Adam B. Berry, Trustees. 

Meets every alternate Wednesday evening, in the Templar Hall, Dyers' wynd, at 8 o'clock. 

Election of Office-bearers in June and December. 


Court St. Jolin, No. 5222, A.O.F. 

Robert Brown, C.R. John M-Callum, S.C.R. 

A. W. Picken and A. Mitchell, Woodwards. James Farrell and John Breakey, Beadles. 

Archd. Kcr ■. jim., C.B.K. Thomas Raeside. Assistant Secretary. 

William Hamilton. 29 Causeyside street. Secretary. 

Thomas M. Cairnie, Newhall terrace, Glentield, Treasm^er. 

T. Fulton Reid, Robert Brown, and James Thomson, Trustees. 

Dr. John Holms, and Dr. Watt, Court Surgeons. 

Election of Office-bearers in June and December. 

Meets every alternate Wednesday evening, in the Good Templar Hall, Dyers' wj'^nd, at 8 o'clock. 

Paisley District Ancient Order of Foresters. 

Gregor M'Gregor, D.C.R. Wm. P. Cochrane, D.S.C.R. Alexander Eccles, D.T. 

James Buchanan, D.S., 10 twing street, Kilbarchan. 

Jos. Culbert, Hobert B own, and John Cowan, Trustees. 

Alex. Eccles, 80 Broomlands, Relieving Officer. 

Election of Office-bearers in October. 

Alexander Wilson Lodge of Oddfellows, M.U., No. 2480. 

Instituted 16th October, 1840. Registered under the New Act, 23rd Sept., 187S. 

John, jun., GM. Robr. Lochhead, N.G. George E. Hodgson, V.G. John Pollock, E.S. 

James Pollock, Warden. Alexander RenfreAv, Tyler. 

Joseph Amy, Surgeon. James Wilscm, Assistnnt Surgeon. 

John Lauchlan, Degree Master. Wm. Young, Treasurer, 8 Thistle street, Meikleriggs. 

James Jamieson, Alfred M'Naughion. and John Storie, Trustees. 

William Walsh. Secretary, 3 Lylesland Terrace. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday at Eight o'clock p.m., in the Royal Oak Hall, Moss street. 

Wm. Walsh, Disti-ict C.S. John Arthiir, District Treasurer. 

James Pollock, Pai>ley. District G.M. 

Secretaryship and Treasurership are permanent, other Office-bearers re-elected half-yearly 

in June and December. 

Loyal Order of Ancient Sliepherds, A.U. 

Paisley DiSThiCT. 

James Black, Pro. C.S. George Easton, Pro. D.C.S. John M'Donald, P.P.C.S, 

Bi.stricl Tveasmer — James Baillie. 

Dntrict Secrffarii— John Hawley, Peveril, Whitehaugh Drive, Pidsley. 

Meets on the last Satuiday of January, April, July, and October. 

Heather Bell Lodge, No. 1533. 

Worthy Master— Hohert Sutherland. 4 Wallace street. 

S'pcretary — Dougald O'Slay, 1 Hannay stret t. Treasvrer—\\'Yn. Cherry, 5 Rosebery place. 

Lodge Swrt/eore— Andrew Richmond, M.B., C M. 

Trustees— 3 &rc\QS Baillie 35 Moss street; Hugh Reid, 6 Whitehead street; James Heniy, 

14 Well street- 
Meets in Hospital Saturday Halls, 110 Causeyside street, every alternate Monday, at 7 SOp.m 
Election of Office-bearers last meetings in June and December. 

Ardgowan Lodgk, No. 2198. 

Wm Orr, W.M. John H. Watson, D.JiI. 

Secretary — Chas. Jago Gregtr, Jun., 2 Unsted place. Treasurer — Thomas Watson. 

Lodge Surgeon — Andrew Richmond. M.B., C.5I. 

Meet" in Tannaliill Hall, 18 Moss stre t. eveiy alternate Monday, at 8 p.ra 

Election of Office-bearers last meetings in June and December. 

Gleniffek Lodge, No. 2224. 

George Pope, W.M. George Easton, D.M. 

Seeretary — Thos. S. N. Shaip, 9 Lady lane. Treasurer — Jas. Henry. 16 Neilson street. 

Lodge Surgeon — Dr Robert Brownridge. 

Meets in the Co-operative Hall, Great Hamilton street, every alternate Monday, at 8 p m 

Election of Office-bearers last meetings in June and December. 

Moss-side Lodge, No. 2331. 

D. H. Ritchie. W.M. John Cameron, D.M. 

Secretary — Robert Knox, 17 Carriagehill. Treasurer — George Cornelius. 

Lodge Surgeon— Dv. James Bruce, 28 Gauze street. 

Meet-i in Hutton's Hall, 5 JIoss street, every alternate Tuesday 

Election of Office-bearers last meetings in June and December. 


The Order of Druids Friendly Society— Glasgow Central Equalised 


Patrick Brkwster Lodge, No. 1918. 

Meets every alternite Tuesday, at 8 p.m.. in Yieldei's Hall, Cross. 

N.G.A.—A. H. Fulton, 11 Carbrook street. 

Secretary — John SlmpsTti, 7 North street. Treasurer — John Hanson, Racecourse cottage. 

Swk Steward — Alex. M'Ewing, 1 Springbank road. 

Lodge Surgeon— Dr. J. J. Rotb, 74 Love street. Consulting hours : U to 12 noon and 7 to 8 p.m. 

Sir Wm. Wallace Lodge, No. 22, St. Andrew Order Ancient 
Free Gardeners. 

Meets in Lesser Good Templar Hall, ^Y., Dyers' Wynd, every alternate Monday 

evening, at 8 o'clock. 

Office-be .rers for 1903. 

iZ. ir.J!/.— Wm. Kitchie. Z).i/.— Colin Campbell. 

Sick Stewards — Tnhn Smith atio -Jas. Iverr. 

' Treasurer — John Muirhead, 9 Whitehead street. 

^ Secretary — Hugh C. Smith. 11 Whitehead street. 

Surgeon-^SsiS. J. Robb, M.D. — House Address, 20 High street; Dispensary, 74 Love street. 

Election of Office-bearers first meeting in January. 

Wild Rose Lodge, No. 112, British Order Ancient Free Gardeners. 

Instituted 1882. Registered under the Friendly Societies Acts. 

W.M. — James Hogg. 10 Cochran street. D.M. — James Hendry. 

Surgeon — John Stevenson, .\L \^. Treasurer — Walter Kii k. 

Secretary — Robert Weir, 7 Clavering Street. 

Meets in West Good Templar Hall, Dyers' Wynd, every alternate Monday, at 8 p.m. 
Office-bearers elected at the annual meeting in Decembei\ 

Bonnie Heather Lodge, No. 227, British Order Ancient 
Free Gardeners. 

Instituted 1890. 
Meets in Free Gardeners Hall, Queen street, every alternate Monday evening at 8 o'clock. 

W.M. — James Buchanan, 51 Broomlands. 

i) J/.— Adam Tolmle. i*^/.— T. Eaglesam. 

Treasurer — D. M'Lerie, Green road. Secretary — Thomas Auld, IB Argyle street. 

Trustees — Thomas Rigg, John Wilkie, Alex. Paterson. 

Lodge Surgeon — John R. Gibson, M.D. 

Consulting Room— 23 Broomlands street. House— 6 Wellmeadow. 

Election of Office-bearers takes place in December. 

Paisley Hawthorn Lodge British Order Ancient Free Gardeners. 

No. 284. 

Instituted November, 1892. 

Meets in Hospital Saturday Rooms, Cumberl.and court, Causeyside street, every 

alternate Wednesday. 

W.M. — John M-Naughton, 13 Seedhill road 

Treasurer— Zo\m Thomson, 9 Cochran >treet. Sec7-etary—W\\Ma.m. Kerr. 13 Kilnside road. 

Lodge Surgeon— Dr. William Russell, M.D.. D.P.H., 15 Broomlands and 6 Silk street. 

House— 52 High street. 

Paisley Lodge of Royal Ark Mariners, No. 76. 

Ifoah—U. J xmisoT). T.P.N.—h. Chalmers. Japhet— John W. Bent'ey. 

Sheni — James M'Kean. Conductor — Norman JI. Mackean. Janitor — J. MwcGlashan. 

Treasurei — J. M. Boyd. Secretary — Robert Hamilton, Lady lane. Paisley. 

Paisley Council of Red Cross Knights. 

if.ff.C— M. Jamisnn. /.P.C.—L Chalmers. >S.(;.-John W. Bentley. /.(?.— James M'Kean. 

Conductor — Norman M. Mackean. Captain of he Guard— Daxid Ferguson. 

Cuptainof the Tower— Chsis. Reskath. /a«27or— J. MacGlashan. Treasu7-er—J.M Boyd. 

Secretary — Itobert Hamilton, Lady lane, Paisley. 



D.D., Tlios. Rowan, 18 Sandholes, Paisley. D.O.T.. John Conn, 72 Fulbarst., Renfrew. • 
D.V.T., John Ken M'Ewan, 3 Kilnfide crescent, ^'ai^ley. 
D.E.S., David M'Cue, 2 Thornliill, Jolinstone. D. \\, Wm. Fleming, 13 Alice place, Paisley. 

D.VI., David Borland, 5 Ewing st, Kilharchan. D. Sec, Robert Rennie, 18 Well St., Paislt-y. 

D.D.M., Annie Walker, Milliken si ., Houston. D. Coun., Alex. Gibson, 8 Townhead ter., Paisley. 

D.S.J.T.. Mis. Gen. B. Hay, 33 Lady lane, Paisley. 

D. Sent., James I'algleish, 2 East lane. Williamsburgh, Paisley. 

D.C.. Robt. Bissland, 72 George st. , Paisley. D.G., William Meek. 27 Hitrh street, Johnstone. 

D.A.S., Jas. Currie, 6 Church st., Kilbarchan. P.D.C.T., John Baird, 35 Kilnside id., Paisley. 

Executive meets in Good Templar Halls every second Monday of each month. 


Meets every Tuesday evening in the Good Templar Hall (West Hall). 
Lodge Deputv— Robert Mitchell. 19 Kilusido road. 


Meets every Monday evening at 8 o'clock in Mission Hall, Russell street. 
Lodge Deputy — Wm. Walker, 19 Andrews street. 

FERGUSLIE. No. 157. 

Meets every Tuesday evenii g in Queen street Hall at 8 o'clock. 

Lodge Secy.— A. S. Lee, c/o Mr. Hunter, 10 Glen street. 

LILY LODGE, No. 272. 

Meets every Monday evenint; in the Lesser Good Templar Hall, at 8 o'clock. 

Lodge Secy. — John Young, sen., 3 Kethercommoii. 


Meets every Tuesday evei\ing in the Lesser Good Templar Hall, at 8 o'clock. 

Lod«e Deputy— Daniel Adam, 13 Well street. 


Meets every Wednesday evening, a 8 o'clock, in tlie East Lesser Good Templar Hall. 

Lodge Deputy- Richard Rodger, 12 Springbank road. 

HAND IN HAND, No. 224. 

Meets in Terrace Good Templar Hall every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. 
Secretary — 


Meets every Thursday evening, at 8 o'c ock, in Hall, •') '^torie street. 

Lodfe Secy. — Sister M. Maxwell, i2 Sir Michael street. 

. Meets every Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock in the Good Templar Hall (West Hall). 
Lodge Deputy — Alexander Eraser, 11 Galloway street. 


Meets every Thursday eveninsr, at 8 o'clock, in the Lesser Good Templar Hall. 
Lodge Deputy — Andrew M'Alpine, 3 John street 

Sons of Temperance Friendly Society. 

Rock of Safety Division, No. 316. 

Scribe, David Leishman, 36 Kiln-ide road. 
Meets every alternate Friday evening in Good Templar Hall, at 8 o'clock. 

Independent Order of Rechabites. 

"Geokce A. Clakk" Tent, Nf>. 1787. 
C.R. — David Hill, 27 Castle street. Treasurer — Gilbert M'Lachlan, 27 Maxwelton street. 

Secretary — Alex. Brown, 31 Williamsburgh. 

Meets everv alternate Tuesday evening in Upper Teirace Good Templar Hall at 8 o'clock. 

Offlce-Bearers are elected at the last Meetings in June and December 

Paisley United Abstainers' Club. 

Meets every Saturday evening in the Royal Oak, Moss street, at 7.30 p.m. 
President — David Watt. 
.,: 7V«asMrer—Wm. Fleming. Secretary — f-ianci.^ Muir, 15 Greenlaw avenue. 

GflBce-Beartrs elected half-yearly in March and September. 


Women's Christian and Abstinence Association. 

Honorary Presiffent—Mrs. Stewart Clark, Kilnside. 
. Honorary Vice-President— Islrs. Arthur, Barshaw. Presidml—^lvs. Allan Coats. 
Vice-Presidents— },lvs,. T. W. M' Alpine, ilrs. F. Jlartin, Mrs. J. Weir, Mrs. Harper, and 

Mrs. Robert Kerr. 

Treasurer— Hiss Carswell, Boneen, Hawkh^ad. Secretary— ^liss Coats, Hayfield, Castlehead. 

Office-bearers are elected in May. 

Total Abstinence Society. 


President— WiWi&m Stoddart. Secretary and Ageiit-Wiss A. K. Birrel, Fergnslie Club. 

Treasurer— Ro\ni\-t Houston, 16 Thread street. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents. 
Rev. H. C. St>ai)g:. 
Ex-Provost Clark. 

James Johnston. 

Henry Noble. 

Wm. Hair, James Winning. 
Joseph Trnshell. i William Walker. 

James Walker. Robert Paterson. 

Henry Isdale. J. M-Harg. 

George Goldie. W. M'Kee. 

Rev. Principal Hutton. 

Dr. Hender^on,LL.D. 
John Porteous. 
W. A. Wall on. 

Alex. Browning, sen. 
Arthur Penman. 
John Stevenson. 
John Campbell. 

Archd. Fairlie. 
Alex. Mm'doch 
Peter Eadie, J.P 
J. M. M Galium, J.P- 

Office-bearers elected in October, annually. 

Sharon Hall Mission— 168 George Street. 

President— James G Dalziel, Dalveen. Hawkhead road. 

Treasm-er— Daniel Pollock. 105 Causeyside street. 

Office-bearers elected annually in October. 



Instituted 1702. 

Boxmaster— James E. Campbell. CoHector— Alexander M 'William. 

Old Box7nasier— John Hodgart. CVer^-— Robt. Russell. Ojncer—Jns. Osborne. 

Managers— James Balderston, James B. Lamb, William Gardner. Robert Allison, James Bepg, 

Alexander Paterson. William F. Gibb, M.D., John R. Macgregor, Robert H. Donald, 

John Adam, and Hobert Brown. 


Established 1722. Incorporated 1725. 

Convener— James Gardner. Collecior—^. K. Bell. Netc Master— G. H. Coats. 

Old J/asiers— Alexander Millar, John Fullerton, A exander JNI'William, J. E. Campbell, 

A. F. Graham, J. R. JIacgregor. 

Clerk— John Abercrombie, 13 St. James place. Oj^Ver— James Osborne. 

Election of Office-bearers in October. 


Instituted 1703. 

Boxmaster — Alexander M* William, Monkshaw, Paibley. 

Co/7ec<or— Alexander Fullerton, Fordbank. Millikcn Park. CTer/ir— Vacant. 


Instituted 1760. 

neacnn—KXe-x.. Paterson. Collector— Uohevt Brown. 

Cleric-James Edward Campbell, County place. Oficer— James Osborne. 

Directors— Tiohi-v: K. Bell, John JILachlan, A. F. Gaham, James Fullerton James B. Lamb, 

Jas. A. D. MacKean, J. R. Macgiegor, John Balderston, Wm. W. Campbell. 


Preses—TLohert Baldeiston. Treasurer— James Houston. 

Clerk— Jas. H. Dunn, 3a Gilmour street. 0/^'cer— David Allison. 

Directors— James Jack, James Barclay, William Lang, jun., James Robertson. George H. Coats, 

George Dobie, John E. Murray, Dr. Graharn, James Neill, James Hamilton. 



Provident Co -Operative Society (Limited). 

Established 1860. 

President — Archibald Thomson, 127 George street. 

Vice-President — John Neilson, I Seedhill road. 

Secretary — James Wood, 7 Phillips street 

Manager — David Rowat, Linside, Glasgow road. 

Registered Otfice — 140 George street. 

Book-keeper— John Lauchlan^house. 19 Walker stieet 

Cai/tier and Factor — Peter Lyall shunnon, 4 Mary street. 

Grocerj' 8nd Provision Departments — 
Central Store— 139 George street — James Rowand, salesman. 
Branches — 
No. 1. — 168 George street — Andrew Reid, salesman. 
No. 2. — 35 Glen street— James Pollock, salesman 
No. 3. — 48 Broomlarids — John Lauchlan, salesman. 
No. 4. — 20 Lawn street — Alex. Cailander, salesman. 

No. 5. — 5 Cleopatra buildings, Springbank road— William Semple, salesman 
No. 6. — 24 Underwood road — William Strachan, salesman. 
>[o. 7. — 78 Br'oomlands — Ai'chd. Adam, salesman. 
No. 8. — 03 Bank street -Robert Wlnte, salesman. 
No. 9. — 110 George street — Robert Tannahill, salesman. 
No. 10 — Well stieet — Andrew Hunter, salesman. 
No. 11. — 19 Caledonia street— David Peacock, salesman. 
No. 12 —4 Seedhill road — Richard Sutherland, salesman. 
No. 13. — 1 M'Kerrell street — Thomas Sunt«r, Sdlesman. 
No. 14. — ]5 Abercorn street — Arthur Conway, salesman. 
Reserve Store — 139 George street— John Murchison, storekeeper. 
Steam Bakerj- — 140 George street — William Boyle, foreman. 

Fleshing Depaetment. 
Central. — 13S George street — Samuel Rae, salesman. 

Branches — 
No. 1. — 91 Causeyside — JIatthew M'Lerie, salesman. 
No. 2.— 35 Glen street — John Jamieson, salesman. 
No. 3. — 48 Broomlands — Gt-orge Haslett, salesman. 
No. 4. — 1 Cotton street — William Towns, salesman. 
No. 6. — 21 Underwood — John Cowan, salesman. 
No. 10. — Well street — Robe' t Easton, ^alesman. 
No. 12. — 4 Kllnside road — James Bruce, salesman. 
Central. — 138 Georue street — Miss Ferguson. 
No. 3. — 54 Broomlands — Miss M'Dcimid. 
No. 4. — 7 Lawn street -Mi^s Thomson. 
No. 5. — 7 Springbank roa I — Miss Walker. 
No. 10 —Well treet— Miss Roy. 
No. 12. — 2 Kiln^ide road — Miss M'Crae. 

Fish Shops. 
03 Bank street — Alex. Ameil, salesman. 
47 Broomlands — Wm Wpocrow, sdu sm^n. 
137 George street — Miss Grant, sale-M^oman. 
70 Love street — Miss M'Taggart, sah swonian. 

Jewellery and Hardware — 14 Causeyside — John Sunter, salesman. 

Boot and Shoe Shops — 

14 Causeyside — William Gray, salesman ; 48 Broomlands— Miss Harris, saleswoman ; 

and 70 Love street — Miss Robertson, saleswoman. 

Bread Shop — 139 George street — Miss Janet Glover, saleswoman. 

Joiner's Department — R. T. Cunningham, Foreman. 

Painter's Department — John Roberts, Foreman. 

Purveying Department— William Monaghan, house 30 Argyle street. 

Co -Operative Manufacturing Society (Limited). 

President* — John Gemmell, 5 Phillips street. Secretary* — John Paton, 3^ Bank street. 

Manager, Productive Departments — Walter M'Fadyen, Briarbank, Pottcrhill. 

Manager, Retail Departments — Georue Houston, 3 Kelburne drive. 

Cashier — John Muir, Thorn. Johnstone. Book-kefper—Gi^oxge Orr, 3 Mavisbank terrace 

*Term of Office, Eighteen Jfonths— elected alternately 

Office, 114 Causej'side. 


Equitable Co -Operative Society (Limited), 35—38 Great 
Hamilton Street. 

Instituted. 1858. Registered, 14th April, 1863. 

President — Peter ^YaddeU. 7 Alice placf. iSecreturu — Wm. Ritchie, 17 Carriagehill. 

Treasurer — John Anderson. 17 Carriagehill. Fourteen Jilembers of Committee. 

Central Store — 35 Great Hamilton street, — Robert Tweedale, salesman. 
Bakery — 37 Great Hamilton street, — John Harper, manager. 
Butcher's Shop — 3» Great Hamilton street, — John Gilmour, salesman. 
Butcher Shop No. 2—17 Carriagehill,— James Semple. salesman. 
Bread Shop — 37 Great Hamilton street, — Miss Wylie, saleswoman. 
Boot and Shoe Shop, 36 Great Hamilton street — Wm. Hall, salesman. 
9 Neilston st'-eet,— Peter Forbes, salesman. 
17 Carriagehill, — Joseph Quin, salesman. 
29 Causeyside, — Wm. M'Connell, salesman. 

HardwHve Department— 38 Great Hamilion street — Miss Watson, saleswoman 
Fish Sliop— 16 N- ilston road -Henry Scott, salesman. 

Paisley Equitable Friendly Society. 

Instituted 1825. 

President — Geo. Archibald, 11 Argyle street. Treasurer — Jas. Jamieson, 26 High st. 

■Secretary — John Arthur, 39 High street. Auditors — Alex. Morrison and W lliam Robertson 

Officer — John M'Kutchesion, 8 West Campbell street. 

Elections of Ottice-biareis take place half-yearly, on second Monday of June and 

December respectively. 

Scotch Girls' Friendly Society. 

Paisley Branch — Memorial Home, New street. 

Hon. President — The Lady Gertrude Cochrane. Hon. Vice-President — Mrs. Stewart Clark. 

President — Mrs. Arthur, Barshaw. 

Vice-President!! — Mrs. W. H. Coats and Miss M'Kinlay, 

Hon. Secretary — Miss Dunn, The Jlound. Hon. Treasurer — Miss Reid, 2 Garthland place. 

Matrons — Miss Ross and Miss Watt 

Evergreen Equitable Friendly Society. 

Instituted 1833. 

President — James Cochrane. Vice-President — James Craig. 

Treasurer — Robert Hamilton. 43 Lady lane. 

Secretary — /Andrew Walker, 5 Great Hamilton street. 

Registered Office — 5 Great Hamilton street. 

TrtLstf-es— AXqs.. R. Pollock, Samuel Arthur, and John Houston. 

Committee elected at Summoned Meeting in January. 

Paisley Friendly Equitable Funeral Society. 

Registered Office — 6 Seedhill road. 

President ■ — William Beaton, 8 Neilston road. 

Secretary — Robert Urquhart, 6 Seedhill road. Treasurer — Duncan M'Nair, 6 Annfield place. 

Officer — John Brawn; office. 97 High street; house, Richmond bank, Macfarlauc street. 

Poll Meetings held on the fourth Mondays of June and December. 

The Scottish Life a^d Health Friendly Society. 

Instituted 1802. 

Registered Office, 12 Causeyside street. 

President — Robert Balderston. Vice-President- John Ca]d»ell Treasurer — Archibald Nairn. 

-Secretary — T. F Reid, Writer. 12 Causeyside street, Paisley, and 92 We^t Nile street, Glasgow. 

Trustees — Robert Balderston, John Kobertson, John M'WhiiT. and William Scott. 

Physician — Thomas Graham, M.D., 3 Garthland piace. 

Law Agent— 1. F. Reid. 

Officer and Collect' r — William Arnott, 5 Meeting-house lane. 

Election on 31st Januarj' yearly. 

Paisley Working Men's Independent Funeral Society. 

ln>tituce(i in 1858. 

President — K. Cowan, 30 Canal Street. Treasurer — Wm. Ki'kwood, 3 Russell street. 

Secretary — A. Colquhoun, Ferguslie buildings. 

Collector — John Wylie, 32 Argyle street. 

Registered Office : 8 Ferguslie buildings. 

Election of Office-bearers about 12th February annually. 

Paisley Funeral Society. 

\ Instituted 1824 

President — AVm. Taylor. Vice-Presi<lent — John Orr. Treasurer — John Arthur, 39 High st. 

Trustees — Thomas Nicholson. William Walsh, and James W'Curdie. 

Secretary — Archibald Neil, 98 George street. Reeistered Office 98 George street. 

Election of Office-bearers takes place half-yearly on third Monday of January and July. 



Paisley Female Benevolent Society. 

President — Mi s Jane Symington, 6 Blackball. 

Depof.itart — Miss Jane Greenlees, Corryville, Calside. 

Treasurer — Miss Millar, 40 OakshaAv street. 

Secretary — Mrs. Porteous, Meadowside villa, Glasgow road. 

Paisley Christian Benevolent Society. 

Instituted in 1840. 

Office-Bearers for 1898-99. 

President — Ex-Provost Clark. 

Vice-Presidents — Francis Martin, Writer, and L. Mackinnon. 

Treasurer — W. Pollock, 10 Hillview place. 

Secretary — John Glover, 7 Buchanan terrace. 

Paisley Free Public Library and Museum. 

Archibald Coats and John FuUerton, Honorary Members. 
James Robertson, Convener. , James Kil Patrick. 

James Clark, Sub-Convener. 

Bailie Russell. 

John M. M'Callum. 

John Glover. 

P. M. Coats. 

Henry Baird. 

James Donald. 

John Andrews. 

Samuel Dougall. 

John Arthur, 

George H Hislop. 

Rev. W. M. Metcalfe, D.D. 

J«mes Hny. 

.lames Mure. 

William Peattie. 

James Winning. 

Hutfh Macdougall. 

John Kent. 

Three a Quo?-um. 

Stated Meetings of Committee on the third Thursdays of February, May, July, October, 

and Kovember. 

L^brarv.— UeY.^Y. M. Metcalfe, D.D., Convener; John M. M'Callum, Sub-Convener; John 
Kent, John Giover, James Clark, John Andrews, James HHy. William Peattie, James Donald 
James Winning, Heniy Baird, James Mur;-,aiid Samuel Dougall. ' 

Museum. — v\ illiam Peattie, Convener; .lame-i Mnre, Sub-Convener; Rev. W. M. Metcalfe D D.- 
Bailie Russell. Jumes Clark, John M. M-Callum, John Glover, James Hay, George K. Hislop', 
Hugh Macdougall, John Arthur, and John Kent. 

Picture and ^Sculpture (lalleries.— G. R. Hislop, Convener; James Mure. Sub-Convener- Bailie 
Russell, P. M Coats, James Winning. .Jame> Hny, Hugh Macdougall, and Henry Baird. ' 

Property and Finance. — James Donald, Convener; James Winning, Sub Comener; Rev. W. M. 
Metcal'e, D.D., James Clark, John M. M'Callum, James Hay. John A( drews, Samuel Douga":]* 
P.M. Coats, William Peattie, James Mure, Geo. R. Hislop, John Arthur, James Kiipatrick. 
Lecture Hall Committee. — James Donald and William Peattie. 

Mr. Robertson to be a member ex-officio of each Committee. 

Curator of Library Department — John Renfrew. 

Curator of Museum Department — J. M. B. Taylor. 

Janitors- in\v\\ Dennis and Archibald Stewa t. 

C/erAs— Young & Mai tin, 4 Gilmour street. 


Reading Room. 

Open daily from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. (Sunday 

Lending DErARTjiENT. 

Open daily (except Wednesday) from 12 noon 
till 4 p.m., and 6 p.m. till 9 p.m. Wednes- 
days closed all day. 

Refekence Department. 

Open (to ticket-holders only) daily, except 
Wednesdays, from 12 noon till 4 p.m., and 6 
p.m. till 9.45 p.m. Wednesdays closed all 

Mondays, - - 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m. 
Tuesdays, - - 11 o'clock a.m. till 6 p.m., 

and from 7 till 9 p.m. 
Wednesdays. - - 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m. 
Thursdays, - - 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m., 

and from 7 till 9 p.m. 
Fridays, - - 11 o'clock a.m. till 5 p.m. 

Saturdays, - - U o'clock a.m. till 10 p.m. 



Wednesdays, - 





11 till 6. 

11 till 5 and 7 till 9. 

11 till 5. 

11 till .1 and 7 till 9. 

11 till 5. 

11 till 10. 


The Coats Observatory. 

Trustees — The Council of the Paisley Philosophical Institution. 
Committee of Management. 
Rev. Dr. Hendevson. I James Gardner. j James Parlane. 

Dr. Ferguson. 1 John Woodrow. | James Ha . 

Angus M'Lcan. B.Sc. D. B. Jack. William Peattie. 

Rev. Mr. Croud). I D. Crilley. ! R. Alilne. 

Secretary — James Gardner, Solicitor. 3 County Place. 
Treasurer — John Woodrow, John Neilson Institution. 
Joint-Conceners—Rtiv. Dr Hemierson, and Mr Woodrow. 
Curatoi — Donald Maclean. « 

Open to Members and Assoc ates of Philosophical Institution every lawful day from 7 p.m. (or 
dusk if eailier than 7) to 11 p.m.; on Tuesdays, 'I'hursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, from 
11 a.m. to ;> p.m., and on Mondays from 12 noon till 3 p.m., and on Wednesdays only in the 
Open to Public on Mondays and Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. 

Philosopliical Institution. 

Instituted, 1808. 

Honorary President— James Coats, jun. President — Rev. A. Henderson, LL.D., F.R A.S. 

Vice-Presidents — James Caldwell, F.S. A.S. , and William Peattie. 

Secretary — James Gardner, solicitor, 3 County Place. 

Treasurer — John Woodrow, John Neilson Institution. 

Comwcj7— James Hay, Robert Rus^sell, Angus M'Lean, B.Sc; D. B. .Tack, Rev. John C ouch, 

Robert Milne, Joseph Ferguson, M.A.. M.B., Jas. Parlane, John Hardie,M.A., David Crilley, 

F.E.I.S., Dr. Gibb, and A. Murdoch, B.A. (Lond.). 

Lecture and Work Committee — President, Secretary, Trjn surer. William Peattie, Angus 
M'Lean, Rev. John Crouch, A. Murdoch. Dr. Gibb, J. Hardie, and R. Russell. 

Ohaervatory Committee — President, Secretary, Treasurer, Angus M'L a-, B.Sc; Jas. Parlane» 
J. Hay, W. Peattie, D. B. Jack, Rev. John Crouch. David Ci alley. Dr. Ferguson, and R. Mihie 

Rev.'Dr. Henderson and John Woodrow, joint-conveners. 

Auditoi — G. A. Cadell, C.A. Collector— Dayid Allison. 


Literature and P7w7oso/)7ji/— A. Murdoch, B.A. Astronomy and IfeteoroJogij-DnYiA Crilley. 

Geology and Mineralogy — Wm. Peattie. Chemistry and Physics — Angus M Lean, B.Sc. Natural 
History and Biology— Dv. Ferguson. Photography— T). B. Jack. 

Photographic Section. 

Rooms — 28 Oakshaw street. 

Ho7i.- Presidents -H. H. Smiley and Stewart Clark. 

President — David B. Jack. Vice-Presidmt — John S. Bryce. 

Convener of Lantein Section — John Stewart. 

Secretary — Robert Milne, Savings Bank, Johnstone. Treasurer — Thomas Reid, jun. 

Council— Hey. John Crouch, Wm. Hutchison, .Andw. T. Jack, Robert W. Steel. RobcrtEaston, 

Wm. Young, and Thos. Carlisle, jun. 

Informal meetings are held in the Rooms each Friday evening. 

Paisley Art Institute. 

Hon. President — Arch. Coats. Hon. Vice-President — Hugh H. Smiley. 
Honorary Committee. 

Lord Plythswood. 
Su- William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 
Sir Thomas Glen Coats, Bart. 
Sii- William Arrol, M.P. 

John Fullerton. 
Sir C. Bine Renshaw, 
Bart., M.P. 

Ex-Provost Clark 
James Caldwell. 
Stewart Clark, ex-M.P. 
William Stewart. 
Hon. Secretary — John A. Rennison, 15 Gilmour street. 
Managing Committee. 
Chairman — John Millar. Vice-Chairmen — Robt. Cochran, John Robertson, and James Begg, 

Charles Hayes. I J. Dougl s Ritchie. I T. Grahmi Abercrombie. 

Wi liam Barr. I H. Macdougall. | Dr. Gardner. 

Robert Cairns. James Mure. Arch. Kay, R.S.W. 

William Pratt. I A. B. M'Kechnie, R.W.S. | 

Secretary and TV'easwrer— Benjamin Lang, solici or, 94 High street. 

Annual Exhibition of Pictures from about 25th December till end of January. 

Office-bearers elected May of each year. 


Paisley Art Union. 

Sanctioned by the Board of Trade, under the Act 9 and LO Vict., cap. 48. 
Committee of Management— ^\r Thomas Glen-Coats. Bart., Neil Buchanan, John Fullerton, 
Robert Smith, William B. M'Lennan, Alexander Fullerton, Robert Cairns, John Millar, 
John Robertson. 

Treasurer and Secretary — Benjamin Lang, solicitor. Paisley. 

Paisley Choral Union. 

Meets for practice in Geo. A. Clark (Minor) Town Hall, on Thursday evenings, from September 

till March at 8 o'clock. 
The Council consists of twenty Members — compi-ising 14 officials and six ordinary 

members of Council. 

President — Hugh Brown. Vice-Presidents — Alex. Thomson and David Bryce. 

Choir-Maxter—isivaea Barr Vice-Choir-Master — R. Greenlees 

Honorary Secretary — John Barr, 81 High street. 

Assistant Secretaries — Thomas Reid and Neil M'Callum. 

Hon. Treasurer— 'WilWa.m Adam, jun , 7 North street. Assistant Treasurer — Andrew Morris. 

Librarian — John A. Reid, Lylesland terrace. 

Assistant Librarians — James K. Steel, R. H. Cochran, and Charles M'Callum. 

Ordinary Members of Council — John Eadie, A. C. Miller, Wm. Dykes Brown, George Hutton 

Allan Craig, and Robert Wylie. ' 

Next Election of Office-bearers about the month of May, 1904. 

Paisley PMlliarmonic Society. 

For the Study and Practice of Orchestral Music. 

Conductor — Hopkins Ould. 

President — James W. Erskine. 

Vice-Presidents — R. M. M'Nab and A. M. Macdousrall. 

Secretary — A. W. Parian e, Castlehead. Treasurer — James Rankin Bridge of Weir. 

Librarian- — Tom Hart. Assistant LibrarHari — David Hamilton. 

Committee— Chas. Slater, Alf. Fulton, Andw. Erskine, jun., Frank Irvine, John Barr 

Wm. Baird, jun., James B. Parlane, nnd Geo. Dick. 

LadiP'i' Co'vmittee—M\s<es Finlator (convener"*. Ross, Ben-y, and Kinloch. 

Tlie Peter Brough Bequest Fund. 

Sheriff Lyell. P. M. Brough. 

Provost Bell. G. S. Veitch. J.P, 

Rev. T. Gentles D.D. R. K. Bfll, J.P. 

Rev. J. Porteoirs, B D. James Gardner. 

Rev. J. B. Sturrock. M.A. i 

Secretary. Treasurer, and Lain Agent — James Gardner, Solicitor, 3 County place. 
Ladies Committee in connection with the Nursing Branch : — Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Geor e Coa^s 
Mrs. Gentles. Mrs. Allan Coats, Mrs. Aldson, Miss H. Millar, Miss Mackinlay {Secretary) 
Miss Jessie Macgregor. 
House Committee — Mrs. Arthm*, Mrs. Allison, Miss H. Millar, Mrs. Allan Coats, Mrs. Gentles 

( onvener). 
Alimentary Work — Mrs. Geo. Coats, Miss Mackinlny {Convner). Miss IMacgregor. 
Superintend i-nt of Nurses — Miss Watson, 41 Oakshaw street. 
Home — 41 Oakshaw street, in affiliation with Que^n Victoria's Jubilee Insti tute for Nnrse«. 

Paisley Hospital Saturday Fund. 

Convener — C Jago Gregg. 
Chairman — Provo'^t Bell. Vice-Chairmen — Georye H. Coats and Robert Balderston. 
Secretctry — John J. Todd Wi-i er. Treasurer — J. T. He her. 

Tlie Duncan Wright Endowment. ^ 

TRUSTEES iOfficiis). 
Sheriff Lyell. 
Provost bell. 
Bailies Coats. 






Treas. MacKean. 
F. Martin. 
Minister First Ciiai ge Abbey Parish. 
Minister Second Charge Abbey Parish. 
Revs A. M. Lang. 
Gavin J. Tait. 
,Jarn Porteou'!. 
J. E. Campbell, Bnxmaster Old Weavers'Society 
James Gardner, Convener Merchants' Society. 
Husrh Wright, of Alticrv. and all ex-Provosts of the Burgh." 
Treasurer and Clerk — Robert Thomson, Town Chamberbiiu. 




Church of Scotland. 

Abbey Church, 
Abbey close. 

Gaelic (St. Columba), 
Oakshaw street. 

Greenlaw Church 

High Church, Church- 

Martyrs' Church, 

Middle Church, 

North Church, 
Love street. 

St. George's Church, 
George street. 

South Church, 
Neilston street. 


Thomas Gentles, D.D. (1st 

Charge), Abbey manse. 
J. B. Dalgety (2nd Charge), 
1 Mansion-house road 

Thomas Wilson, B.D. 
Kelburne drive 

A. M. Lang, B.Sc, High Church 
manse, 45 Oakshaw street. 

James Thomson, B.D., Martyrs' 
manse, Castlehead. 

George Park, 2 Garthland place. 

James Young, B.D., North 
manse, Inchinnan road. 

A. Fyfe Burns, M.A., 7 Garth- 
land place. 

W. M. Metcalfe, D.D., South 
manse, Castlehead. 


Mrs. M, Hoeck Sco'tt, 

Robt. Smart, 33 Well 

Robert A. Chatterton 
Organist & choirmaster 

James Waddell. 



W. B. Dalgety, or- 

John Easton, organist. 

United Free Church. 

Oakshaw West, 
39 Oakshaw street. 

Gaelic Church, 
Shuttle street. 

High Church, 
Orr square. 

Martyrs' Church, 
77 Broomlands. 

Middle Church, 
School wynd. 

St. George's, 
36 New street. 

Sherwood Church, 
Glasgow road. 

South Church, 

75 Causeyside. 

Abbey Close, 
16 Abbey close. 

Canal Street, 
Canal street. 

George street, 
21 George street 

Oakshaw East, 

50 Oakshaw street. 

James Cables, M.A., Oakshaw 

West manse 
IVilliam M 'Pherson, Free Gaelic 

manse, Calside, 

James B. Sturrock, M.A. 
29 Oakshaw street. 


Robt. C. Strang, M.A., manse, 

James Renny Caird, 
manse, Calside. 


Gavin J, Tait, 



A. Boyd Scott, B.D., Arkleston 

John Paterson, M.A., manse, 

A. Henderson, LL.D.,F.R.A.S., 
Ashgrove, Castlehead. 

George Clark Hutton, 
Mount Pleasant. 


Andrew Elder, The Grange, 

Jas. F. Padkin, Kelburne drive. 

John Porteous, B.D., Meadow- 
side, Glasgow road 

A. C. Miller. 

John Branker. 

James Lyall. 

Moses Aitken, 5 Ralston 
cottages. Glasgow rd. 

Allan Craig. 

Albert Holroyd, A.R.C.O., 
organist and choirnnaster 

H. Turner, organist and choii- 
master, 13 Greenlaw avenue, 

Sydney L. K. Crookes, 
organist, 25 Causeyside. 

A. B. R*eid. 

Arthur S. Manfield, 
organist & choirm'r. 

William Pattison. 

Alfred W. Allen, 


1 Clerk to Managers — (Vacant).; ZQlerk and Treasurer to Trustees — John Noble, 3 
Trustees. * Secretary and Treasurer to Trustees— James Hay, 94 High street «* Clerk of Managers— 
to Deacons' Court— Archd. Smith. 1 Victoria street. » Clerk to Deacons' Court— James Gorrod, 1 
Deacons" Court— James F. Hamilton, Dalblair, Castlehead. i^cierk to Deacons' Coui't — John 


Church Officers. 

Jas Adams, 11 Abbey 

Hugh M'Kay. 

James Anderson, 26 
Gauze street^ 

Robert Arthur, 14 
Oakshaw street. 

John Ritchie, 4 East 
lane, Ferguslie 

A. E. Tannahill, 23 
Oakshaw street. 

Peter Campbell, 
Middle lane. 

James Osborne, 
George street. 

James Harper, 8 JN ew 
Stock street. 

Secretary or 
Session -Olf-rk. 

George Beveridge, 2 
Mansfield place 

Hugh M'Kay, 6 
Barclay street.^ 


George Beveridge, 2 
Mansfield place 

Hugh M'Kay, 
Barclay street. 


I A. Morrison, writer, 
( 1a Williamsburgh 
J. G Thomson, Strat-I Robert Henderson, 
tonville, Meikleriggsl 7 Townhead terr.^ 

A. Morrison, writer, 
1a Williamsburgh 

Alex. Eccles, 


Andrew Foulds, Heath- 
bank, Meikleriggs. 

William Peattie, 
Gilmour street. 

William Peattie, 
Gilmour street. 

Daniel M 'Allister, 29 
Glen street.* 

A. Murdoch, Gallow- 
lea, Meikleriggs.^ 

Hugh M'Kenzie, 88 

Robt. P. Bennet, 
Phillips street. 

A. Murdoch, Gallow- 
lea, Meikleriggs. 

Alex. Tagg, Glentruin 
villa, Calside ave. 








Ren 1895 










Robert Cochrane, 
12 Causey side. 

Malcolm Gillies, 
Seedhill road. 


David Livingstone, 3 
John street. 

James Lang, 9 Sand- 

George Macfarlane, 
2 George place 

James Carruth, 
New street. 

George Carruth, 
Clarence street. 

John Elett, 3 Thomas 

James Grant, 23 

Abbey street 
William SmrthT 10 


Thomas Scott, 
High street.^ 


A. Gardner, Gilmour st. 
Wm. Pollock, 10 Hill 
view place. 

Donald M'Cullocii, 
9 Hillview place. ^ 

John Kent, 12 Seed- 
hill road. 

D. Hamilton, Belle- 
vue, Meikleriggs.'* 

Lachlan M-Kinnon, 3 White- 
haugh ter.. and J. M. Mac- 
alaster, Muirholm, Calside 

A. F. Graham and J. 
W. Pollock. ^« 

Wm. Brown, Burnetta 

cottage. ^^ 

James Robertson, 
Marionfield. ^^ 

William Campbell, 
Burnbank, Calside. 

John Wilson. Brownheath. 
Craw road, & John Taylor, 
Bavcnspraie. Castlehead 

John Love. 

W^m. Arnot, 5 Meet- 
inof-House lane. 

V&vid Ralph, Elders- 
lie, and Matt. Baton, 
7 Middle lane. 

John Ritchie, 

George street 

Donald M'Kellar, 19 
Greenhill road. 

John Cunningham, 8 
New Stock street. 

William Watt, jun., 
1 1 Walker street. 

Sam'l "Young, Priory 
park, Castlehead. 
John Boyd, 2 Oak- 

R.D.Caldwell, Hazel 
bank, Hawkhead rd. 

Hamilton Crawtord, 
1 Royal terrace. 

William Hutchison, 
Calside villa. 

Thomas V/ills, Dun- 
eden, Meikleriggs. 

John Lauchlan, 
Walker street. 


Wm.. Renfrew, Fer- 
guslie farm. 














Park terrace. SQierk to Trustees— James W. Cassels, 17 C'avering s reet. 4 Also Secretary to 
Robert Fleming, 2 Rosebery place. ^ Clerk to Deacons' Court— Robert Macfee, 3 Moss street. « Clerk 
Whitehaugh drive, lo Clerk to Deacons' Court— Thomas Kerr, 12 Greenlaw avenue. " Clerk to 
Mui-ray, jun., 7 Gilmour street. 






U. F. Church — con. 
St James' Church, 
Underwood road. 

W. Ainslie Walton, B.D., St. 
James manse, Castlehead 

Wm. Agate, organist 
and choirmaster. 

James Pattinson, Mus. 

Bac. , Cantab, organist. 

Thomas M'Naughton. 

Thread Street, 
9 Thread street. 

Andrew G. Fleming, Gowanlea, 

Mossvale Church, 
Greenock road. 

David Hall, 9 Buchanan terrace. 

Lylesland Church, 
Stock street. 

John M'CoU, M.A., Bushes. 

William Lawrie. 

Rejorined Presbyterian 
Church, Storie st. 


John Barr (voluntary). 

Original Secession, 
3 Wellmeadow. 

Rev. James Young, 7 Green- 
law avenue. 


George Street Baptist 
Chapel, 154 George 

William Crozier, Nether Park, 

William E. Matthews, 
organist, 21 Argyle 

Thomas Coats Memo- 
rial Bap)tist Church, 
High street. 

Walter A. Mursell, Marchmont, 

Montague Smith, organ- 
ist and choirmaster. 

Victoria Place Baptist 
Chapel, Lady lane. 

E,. E. Glendening, 8 Greenlaw 


Congregational Church 
School wynd. 

W. James Dickson, The Manse, 

Glasgow road. 
Alexander Wilson, Ardshiel, 


James Spence ; Miss 
Spence, organist (vol). 

Evangelical Union Con- 
gregational Chapel, 
21 ISTew street. 

Dan. M'Farlane, White- 
haugh terrace. 

Evangelical Union, 
2 Forbes place. 

Robt. Rigg, 15 Wellmeadow. 

Wm. HaU, jun. (vol.) 

Primitive Methodist 
Church, St. James 

J. P. Langham, 56 Love street. 

Jas. Monaghan (volun. ). 


St. Alirin's R.C. 
Chajyel, 3 East Bu- 
chanan street. 

Hugh Canon Chisholm, 2 East 

Buchanan street. 
Francis Young. 
William M'Laughlan. 
J. M 'Donald, 73 George street. 
William Walsh. 
Dennis Duggan. 

John J. Donnelly, 


St. Mary's R.C. 
Church, George st. 

W. Br ennan, conductor. 
C. Cunningham, organ. 

Trinity Episcopal 
Chtirch, St. James pi. 

W. F. Mills, manse, 60 Love 

Allan Bell, 1 Royal 

terrace, Glasgow rd. 

Miss Murray, organist. 

NewJerusaletn Church 

George street. 
St. Barnabas Efjiscopal 
Church, Castle st. 

C. K.Hall, Meersbrook, Meikle- 

F. J. A. Edes, Camphill. 

J. Stainsby, organist. 

Wesleyan Methodist 
Church, Good Tem- 
plar Hall. 

W. H. Rolls, Hawkhead road 

John Atkinson, organist 
and choirmaster (vol. ) 

1 Clerk to Managers — W E. Finlator, 19 High street. 

Z> X3 X^ O 3VC IT>^A.rCX€yT>JS. 


Church Officers. 

Secretary or 
Session- Clerk. 






David Allison, 5 
Underwood road. 

James Robertson, Salis- 
l)ury lodge, Meikleriggs" 

John Adam, Nor- 
well, Castlehead 


Jas. 1^'erris, 8 Thread 

John Pattison, 23 
Moss street. 

J ames Balderston, 



Thomas Riddell, 16 
Mossvale street. 

Wm. Reid, 2 Cale- 
donia street.^ 

James M'Naughton, 
1 Caledonia street 



James Ualletly, 2 
• South Orr street 

W. S. Work, 2 Glad- 
stone terrrce. Cleric 
to Managers. 

William Wilson, 1 
Gladstone terrace 


Irvme Moffat, 21 
Well street. 

John Barr, 37 Causey- 
side street. 

Francis Davidson, 
sen., 46 Moss st.'^ 

Jas. Barr, Albert pi. , 

S. Dougall,' 32'"C^1- 




Andrew Howe, 
3 Johnston street. 



James M'Ewing, 142 
George street 

W. Adam, 10 Kiin- 
side road. 

Wm. Kerr, 13 Kiln- 
side road. 



John Crawford, 30 
Oakshaw street 

Neil M'Callum, 2 
Janefield place. 

Jas.L.Walker, St Margaret, 
Greenlaw drive, & Robt. 
M'Nab, Moorsidecoitage, 



Robert Sivell, 20 Alexander Lyle, 1 
Argyle street. Ferguslie buildings. 

Dewar G. Robb, 3 
Greenlaw avenue. 



John Sweeney, 1 
Church place. 

J . T. Hellyer, Croft- 
dene, Hawkhead rd. 

Hugh Harper, 
Boneen, Hawkhead. 



Peter Reid, 38 JNew 

Peter Allan, lOGreen- 
law avenue. 

Henry Ribbons, 1 
Mansfield place. 



Joseph Adam, 9 
Smith street. 

Joseph Adam, jun., 
23 Caledonia st. 

George Stubbs, jun., 
10 Phillip street. 


A. Donald, 7 St, 
James street. 

John Jaap, Well- 

WalterPaul, 2Union 






S. Skelly, 8 Broom- 



A. M'Lean, 54 Cale- 
donia street. 

T. Alexander, 12 
George street. 

B. Faulkner, 10 St. 
James street. 

B. Faulkner. 

1833 j 600 

James L. Murray, 

W. Caldwell, Elton 
villa, Calside. 




G. Kelley, 12 Castle 

Wm. Anderson, 13 
Cromwell sq., Queen's 
Park, Glasgow. 

Wm. Anderson. 



John Hawley, White- 
haugh terrace. 

W Cowan, 278 St, 
Vincent street, 

2 Clerk to Managers — Wm. Lang, 2 Buchanan Terrace, s Congregational Clerk — S Dougall, 32 Calside. 



Salsbath School Union. 

Office-beakeks for 1903-1904 

President — J. T. Hellyer. Vice-Presidents — Alex. Murdoch, M.A., and Georgre L. Muir. 

Treasurer — David Buchanan, « Forbes place. 

Secretaries — David Watson, Alton Villa, and James M. Mortimei-, St Ninian's, Meiklerlggs. 


James Parlane. 
John Mackay. 
David Hami ton. 
Wm. Rolland. 
John Harvey. 
J. G. Morton. 

Baptist George Street. 
„ Victoria Place. 
„ Thomas Coats 
Evang. Union, Congregational 
Episcopal, Trinity. 
Estahlished Ahhey. 
„ Greenlaw 

„ Martyrs'. 

„ Middle. 

Missions — Fr 

D. M'Allister. 
Donald Grant. 
Hugh Harper. 
John Glover. 
George G Ivirk. 
James Macalaster. 

Francis Muir. 
James M'Dougal. 
James W. Cat>sell3. 
Peter Ly e. 
John Gladstone. 
William Taylor. 

Sabbath School Societies. 
Estahlished Noi-th. U.F. 

„ St. George's. 

Methodist — Primitive. 
,, Wesleyan. 

New Jerusarlem. 
U.F. Ahbey Close. 
,, Canal Street. 
„ Gaelic. 
„ George Street. 
„ High. 

ee Breakfast, Inkermann, and Westmarch. 

Election of Office-hearers takes place annually in March. 




Oakshaw (East). 

Oakshaw Street (West). 




St. George's. 

St. James'. 

Thread Street. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

(Instituted 1832.) 

The objects of the Association are : — 

1st, The exerting of influence by the Membtrs in the sphere of their daily^calling hy character 

and testimony. 
2nd, The Instituting of Classes for Literary and Educational purposes. 
3rd, The carrying on of Mission Work. 

4th, The foiTnation and maintenance of Branches meeting on Sabbath morning for Prayer arid 

Religious Improvement. 

Central Rooms, "Express" Buildings, 12 Causeyside. Janitor — Mr. Robert Cochrane. 

Office-Beakees—! 903-1904. 

Hon.-President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart. 

Hon.- Vice-Presidents — 

Peter Eadie. John M'Allister. 

Geo. H. Coats. Archibald Coats. 

Peter Jack. John Kent. 

Ex-Provost Wilson. John Harvey 

John Abercrombie. David Buchanan. 

A. F. Craig. James Pa i lane. 

G. Hamilton. William Di-ennan. 

Roger W. Muir. John Gladstone, jr. 

And all Protestant Ministers in Town. 

President— 3. T. Hellyer. 

Vice-Presidents — William Crawford and William Rolland. 

General Secretary — Alexander Cameron, 12 Causeyside street. 

T ■ . CI . ■ f W. R. Carter, 1 Wwlker street. 
Joint Secretaries j p^^^^^.^ M'lntosh, 4 Gladstone terrace. 

Roll Secretary — W. P. Perfect, 22 Argy'e street. 

Treasurer — David Buchanan, 6 Forbes place. 

Conveners of Committees. 

Lecture and Education — John Harvey. Mission and Te7vperance — T. B Hendry. 

Branch Extension — Alex. Cameron. Finance — Sam. Pogson. Becreation — Peter Stewart, jr. 

- ■ Offlce-Bearers elected on second Tuesday of March. 

The Branches meet on Sitbbath mornings at ten o'clock in their respective Church Halls. 
The Central Branch and Messrs. Crawford and C ameron's Bible Class meet in Central Y.M.C.A. 
Rooms, the latter at five p.m. during session. 

Sir Wm. Dunn, Bart. , M.P. 
Stewart Clark, ex-M.P. 
Provost Bell. 
Peter Coats. 
James Coats, jr. 
Francis Jlartin. 
John M. M' Galium. 
J. F. Baird. 


* * 

Paisley Presbyterial Council, Church of Scotland 
Young: Men's Guild. 

President— J a.mes F. M'Callura. Vice-Presidmt—J. Miller Fairlie. 

Secretary — D. Wilson Anderson, 4 Ferguslie huildings. 

Treasurer— io\m Ritchie, jr.. 4 East lane, Ferguslie. 

Executive Committee— A. W, Rathie, George Hutci^ison, (i. Hart M'Adam (Johnstone), 

Archibald Fairlie, sen., aiid offlce-beart-rs. 

Offlce-Bearers are elected ar the Annual Meeting held on ti.e second Friday in May. 

.*. Repeated as before. Corrections for this year not being obtainable. 

Paisley and District Christian Endeavour Union. 

Office -Beakers, 190-3-1904. 

Hon. President — Rev. John S. Maver. 

JIo7i. Vice-Presidents — 

Rev. W. A. Walton, B.D. I Rev. Wm. Ciozier. I Rev. Robt. M'Lean. I Rev. Jas. P. Langham. 

Rev. A. Halliday. | Kev. R. E. Glendening. | Rev. J. 13. Sturrock. | 

President— Ernest Thomson. Vice-Presidents — Adam Ralston and Miss M. E. Kerr. 

Treasurer — Mm. tmith, 19 Saiidhohs. 

Recording Secretary— Mi>s Agnes Rodden, 1 Ross street. 

Corresponding Secretary— John Ferguson, jun., -JG Well street. 

Assistant Corresponding Secretary — George Cook, 94 Causeyside street. 

Offlce-BeMrer- are elected on second Snturday of May. 

Free Breakfast Mission. 

Office-bearers, 1903-1904. 

lion. President— Ste^faxt Clark, Dundas castle. President— Mrs,. James Reid. 2 Royal terrace. 

Ciiairinan — Hugh Hamilton, Glaisnock, Bank street. 

Treasurer — Miss Agnes Barclay, Deanville, Greenlaw drive. 

Joint Secretaries— Miss Jane Bell, 112 Causeyside, and Hugh F. Hamilton, Glaisnock, Bank st. 

Mission Ball — i09 Causeyside. 

Janitor — Louis Short, 129 George street. 

Meetings : — BreakfHst to poor children every Sabbath morning from October till end of May 

at 9.15; ChildrenV Church Servic e at 9 45; Sabbath School at 5.15 p m. 


Members for Triennial Period I903-190G. 
DHuiel Mackenzie, Chairman. 

M ss Airlie. 

Veiy Rev. Provost Chisholm. 

James Clark. 

John Kent. 

James Parlane. 

Dr. J. Jenkins Robb. 

David Row at. 

Rev. James Young, B.D. 

Rev. W. M. Metcalfe, D.D. 
Alexander Macfarlane. 
Robert Macfee. 
Patrick M'Ghee. 


Clerks and Law Agents — ]\IacRobert & Hutchison. Treasurers — Jackson & Abercrombie. 

Principal Jnspecting (Officer — James H. Taylor. 

Inspector of Wur/cs — Archibald Adam. 

The. ordinary meetings of the Board are held on the last Tuesday of each month, and the 

Standing Committees hold their ordinary meetings on the preceding Tuesday, both at 3.30 p.m. 

Standing Committees of the Board. 

Board in Committee — All the Meml)ers of the Board. Daniel Mackenie, Convener, 

Education — All the Members of the Board. James Clark, Convener. 

School Attendance — All the Members of the Board. David Rowat, Convener. 

Finance — All the Jlembers of the Board. Alexander Macfarlane, Convener. 

p7-operty — All the Members of the Board. Patrick .\1-Ghee, Convener. 

Grammar School and Wrn. B. Barbour Academy — All the Members of the Boai'd. 

Rev. James Young, B.D., Convener. • 
Continuation Classes — All the Members of the Board. Robeit Macfee, Conwewer. 
M\^s hivMe, Sub-Convener, 
temperance and Good Maimers — All the .Members of the Board. Jan^es Parlane, Convener. 
Religious Instruction — James Parlane, Convener. 
The Chairman is ex officio a Member of all Committees. 
The Industrial and Domestic Economy Departments of the Schools are supervised and reported 
on by Mrs. Arthur, assisted by a Sub-Committee of Ladies. 

Technical School. 

Governors — Shfriflf Lyell, Provost Beil {Chairman), Rev. Dr. Gentles, Rev. J. B. Sturrock, M.A. 

Rev. John Porteous, B.D., G. S Veitch, J.P., James Caldwell. Robert Smith, Rev. Dr. 

Henderson, Peter Coat.'', Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., A. F. Cr;iig, John A.Brown, 

Rev. James Murray, Jas. Donald, Daniel Mackenzie, J. P., Rev. Dr. Metcalfe. 

Secretary, Treasurer, and Law Ageni — James Gardner, writer. County place. . . 



Instituted, ] 889. 

Rev. W. M. Metcalfe, D.D. 
Thomas Hodge. 
John A. Brown. 
Ex-Provost Wilson. 
Bailie Nicolson. 

Bailie M 'Galium. 
Dr. Russell. 

Rev. Principal Hutton, D.D. 
James Clark. 
Very Rev.ProvostH.Chisholm 

G. S. Veitch, J.P. 
Provost Bell. J.P. 
Hobert Moorhead. 
Rev. Jas. Young, B.D. 

Clerk and Treasurer — James Gardner, writer, 3 County place. 



Grammar School and Wm. B. Barbour Academy, Glasgow Road. 


Rector — James Stirling, M.A. 

Senior School. 

C/asstcs— James Stirlinsr, M. A., James Sheridan, M.A., and John Bell, M.A. 

£»grZiV/i— Thomas D. Robb. M.A., and John Bell, M.A. 

Mathematics and Arithmetic — John Hardie, M.A., Robert Irvine, M.A., B.Sc, and 

Robert Simpson, M.A. 

Modern Languages — Jacques Kohn, B.^s L., Julian Irvine, M.A. . and John Bell, M.A. 

Science — J. Pentland Smith, M.A.. B.Sc, Robert Irvine, M.A., B.Sc, and 

Robert Simpson, M.A. 

Writing, Book-keeping, and Shorthand — George Dick. Drawing and Painting — Charles Hayes. 

Middle School. 
Joseph Towers, M.A., James A. Thomson, Robert hrskine, and Miss Maggie Hart, L.L.A. 

Junior School. 
Miss Elizabeth L. Jack, Miss Mina Hart, L.L A., and Miss Mary Millar. 

Needlework — Miss Annie M. MacKenzie. 
Pianoforte, and Class Solo Singing — James Pattinson, Mus. Bac, Cantab., Miss J. D. M'Gown, 

and Miss J. AI. Galletly. 

Elocution — Miss Millie R. Wilson. 

Singing — R. L. Reid, G. & L.T.S.C. Manual Instruction — John Christie. 

Dancing — R. M. Sellars. Cookery — Miss SteM^art. 

Drill Instructor and Janitor — Sergeant James M'Intosh. Assistant Janitor — Charles Cameron- 

1. — CampliiJl Public School. 

Opened 16th April, 1888. 

Head Master— iiohn Taylor, M.A., F.E.I.S. 

Advanced Masters — John Taylor, M.A.. John C. Sanderson, B.Sc, David Crilley, F.E.I.S., and 

John Whamond, M.A. 
Sixth Department. — James Adam, Daniel Dougall, and John Gibson, M.A. 
Fifth Department. — Master — Geoi-ge H. Cockburn, F.E.I.S. 
Fourth Department. — Master — Hugh A. Brown. 
Third Department. — Master — William Taylor. 
Second Department. — Mistress — Janet Ann Allan. 
Fii-st Department. — Mistress — Helen P. M' Far lane. 
Infant Depavtment.^Mistress — Janet C. Allison. 
Manual Instruction— Archihald Adam and John Christie. Drill Instruction— Chailas Chatfield. 

Practical Cookery — Jessie Ross. 
Janitors — William Connell, 12 Argyle street, and Robert Sutherland, 2 Alexandria place. 

2.— Williamshurgh Public School, Lacy Street. 

Openei September, 1893. 

Head Master— W. Brownridge, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

Infant Mistress — Miss E. F. Mackenzie, C.T. Second Master — Alexander Andrew, M.A., C.T. 

Standard I. Department — Mistress — Miss M. G. Todd. 

Assistant Masters— R. Spruell, C.T., D. Ferguson, M.A., C.T., R. Aird, C.T., and J. Maxwell. 

Assistant Mistresses- — (C.T.'s) Misses Anderson, J. Currie, Girdwood, Henderson, Erskine, 

Patrick, M'lntyi e, Laird, Nelson, Goudie. Love, and Gibson. 

Pupil Teachers — J. Reid, A. M'Nanghtan, W. M'Nautihton, J. Barr, J. Craw, and M. Hart. 

Ttacher of Cookery — Miss Beatiice Wilson. 

Drill and Gymnastic Instructor — Alex. Stewart. Manual Instruction — A. Adam and J. Chiistie. 


3.— Abercorn Public School, Renfrew Road. 

Head Mastei — William Stewart. Second Master — Alexander Craig. 

Infant Mistress — ISIaiy M. Allan. 

Janitor and Drill Instructor — Harry Fields, 1 Wallneuk. 

4. — Mossvale Public Scliool, Springbank Road. 

Head AIaster—A\exAX\AQY Tagg. C.T., F.E.I. S. 

Junior Master — Dewar G. Robb, C.T. 

Mistress of Standard /.—Helen W. ir, C.T. 

Initiatory Department Mistress — Annie Roliert-o% C.T. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics — William Gebbie, 2 Russell street. 

5. — Ferguslie Public School. 

Opened 4th September, 1882. 

Head J/«s^er— Robei't Ferguson. Second Master— S^mQB R. Taylor. 

Infant Dt-partnient //ertrfJ/t^irfs.?— Agnes R. C. Wilson. 

Janitor and Drill Instructor — John Kennedy. 

6. — North Public School, Love Street. 

Opened 4th September, 1876. 

Head il/as^e/-— Archibald Fairlie, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

Second Master— ^()hn T. Pollock, C.T. 

Mistress- — Mary J. Dickie. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics — William Rodger, 

7. —South Public School, Neilston Road. 

Head i/a^ier- William Taylor, M.A., C.T. 

Junior Master — Alexander Rodger, M.A., C.T. 

Mistress of Standard I. — Julia .M "Andrew. 

Initiatory Department — Mistress — Kate M'Nair, C.T. 

Dmwinff Master — Janits Marshnll, C.T. 

Janitor, Drill Instructor, and Teacher of Gymnastics — George Pope, 17 Neilston road. 

8. — East Public School, Abbey Terrace. 

Hmd Master — John Noble 

Senior Department — J^asier— Noble. 

Junior Department — Master — James Brown, C.T. 

Initiatory Department — Head Mistress — Anniibelia M. Morton. 

Janitor — John M'Taggart, 1 Sherwood buildings. 

9. — West Public School, George Street. 

Head Master— George Dick, C.T , F.E.I.S. 

Senior Department — Afaster— Geo. Dick, C.T., F.E.I.S. 

James A. Wilson, C.T.; James Finnic, C.T., A.C.T. 

Junior Department — Master — John Cullen. A. Mus., T.C.L. 

Initiatory Department — Mistre-^s — Janet Smith, C.T. 

Janitor — John Munro, 92 George street. 

10. — Carbrook Street Public School. 

Opened 5th September, 1898. 

Head Master — George Beveiidge, F.E.I.S. Second Master — James M. R nkin. 

Head Mistress — Jessie Waterston. 

Assistant Masters — Geof-ge G. Gardiner and Robert A. Macarthur. 

Assistant Mistresses — Margaret Anderson, Mary N. Russell, Anne Steven, and Mar S. Dunn. 

Ex-P.T.'s—Miuion L. Stevenson and Janet R. Donald. 

Teacher of Cookery— Maggie Stewart. Teocfier of Wi odwork — John Chiistie. 

Janitor and Drill Instructor — William Shaw, 31 Maxwellton. 

11. — Oakshaw Public School. 

Head Master— B.. A. Tulloch. 
Senior Department — H. A. Tulloch and Assistants. 
Junior Department — John Mackay and Assistants, 
liifant Department — Jane Reid and A^sistants. 
Janitor and Drill Instructor — Peter Cameron. 


Ferguslie (Half -Time) School. 

Inaugurated 10th January, 1887. 

Directors — J. & P. Coats Limited, Paisley. Chairman — Peter Coats. 

Government Year ends 31st October. 


Head Mistress — Mary Anderson. 

Assistant Teachers — Margaret B. M'Nee. Mary Coats, and Annie Leishman. 

Janitor — James Christie, 54 George street. 

St. Mary's Roman Catholic School, 21 Queen Street. 

Head Mistress — Miss Fennell. 
Janitress — Mrs. M'Grath, 109 George street. 

St. Mirin's Roman Catholic School, 18 School Wynd. 

HeadMastej — John J. nonnellv, 2 To wnhead terrace. 
Janitress — Mrs. M. Hallsworth, 5 East Buchanan street. 

St. Catherine's Roman Catholic School, lO Stow Street. 

The Sisters " Faithful Companions of Jesus," — residence, St. Margaret's Convent, 

East Buchauan street. 

Head Mistress— Keite Phelan. Janitress— Mrs. Ritchie. 


Opened 5th April, 1852. 

Directors — Thomas Hodge. John A. Brown, Rev. W. M. Metcalfe. G. S. Veitch, J.P, 

ex-Provost Wilson, ex-Provost Clark, and Provost Bell. 

Secretain/ and Treasurer— James Gardner, "Writer, 3 County place. 

Head Master — John G. Thomson, F.E.T.S. 

First Department — Miss Ross and Miss Scott and Assistants. 

Second Department — Miss Reid »nd Assi>tants. 

Third Department— Da vi<i Hamilton, Master; and Mis^ Wvlie and Assistants'. 

Fourth Department— Alex. Murdoch, li.A. (Lond.), F.E I.S., Mi, ttr; William Gillan, 

and Assi tants. 

Fifth Department — John G. Thrmson, F.E.T.S., Head Master; John Woodrow, Miss Rodger, 

L.L.A., Thomas Reid, M.A., Miss Moir, and AsM.>tHnts. 

Classical and Mathematical Department— James Souden, M.A., J/a.sfer, ard As istar.ts. 

French and German — Miss Addison. L.L.A. 

Sewing. Knitting, and Cookciy- Misses Macdonald and Scott. 

Dr'.wing— C. Hayes. Shorthand — W. A. Paterson. 

Drill Instructor and Teacher of Gymnastics — Sergeant-Instructor J. H. Symcox. 

Janitor — Armourer-Sergeant J. F. Beacom — house, Neikoa lodge. 


*Abbet Church. — Sergt. Adams, superintendent of Abbey Burying Ground, 11 Abbey close. 

Abbey Close United Free Church.— James Grant, 23 Abbey street 

*Canal Street United Free Church. — William Smith, 10 Camphill, superintendent of 

Burying Ground. 
Cemetery, 58 Broomlands. — Robert Reid, superintendent of Paisley Cemeteiy Burying- 

Grounds, 58 Broomlands. 
*Gaelic Church. — Hugh M'Kaj, 6 Barclaj' street, superintendent of Burying Ground. 
Hawkhead Cemetery, Hawkhead Road. — Superintendent — James Walker, Cemetery lodge. 
High Church. — Robert Arthur, ' 3 Oakshaw street. 
Martyrs' Church, 50 Broomlands. — Kow united to Cemetery Grounds. Apply to Robert 

Reid, superintendent, 58 Broomlands. 
Oakshaw Street United Free Church. — William Arnot, 5 Meeting-house lane. 
Oakshaw Street United Free (late R.P.) Church. — Robert Cochran, 12 Causeyside ftreet. 
Thread Street United Free Church. — James Ferris, superintendent of Burying Ground, 

8 Thread street. 
South Church. — James Harper, 8 New Stock street. 

* Closed, unless for a number of reserved interments. 



Paisley Liberal Club. 

Hon. President — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats Bart. 
Hon. Vice- President — Sir William Duin, Bart., M.P. 
E V. Principal Hutton, D.D. James Barr. 

John Millar. William Welsh. 

John A. Brown. Peter Eadie. 

John M. M 'Galium. Robert Macfee. . 

Committee of Management. 
President — Andrew Fisher. Vice-Presidents — Alexander Reel^ie and John T. Hellyer. 

Hon. Secretary — Thomas Ken". Hon. Treasun r—W . Dykes Brown. 

William Ritchie. 
John H. Gray. 

T. Fultcn Reid. 
William Davidson. 
James EKlinton. 
Alex. M'Nauglitan. 
Thomas P. Towers. 

Dr. Gardner. 
Alfred M'Naughton. 
Alexander Borland. 
James Smith. 
William Polloclt. 
Joseph Beaten. 
Robei't Anderson. 
Robert A. Hamilton. 
(Seven a Quorum). Club Master — John M'Lerie. 

Paisley Liberal Association. 

Honorary President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 
President— Siv Thoma.s G. tilen-Coats. Bart. 
Vice-Presidents — Rev. Principal Hutton. Rev. W. Ainslie Walton. ex-Provost Mackenzie, Pi'ovost 
Wilson, ex-Bailie .M'Kellar, Bailie M'Callum, John Jlillar, John A. Brown, R. M. 
Paterson, John Adam, Allan Coats, Ba.lie Eadie. Campbell Houston. R. Macfee. 
Tre-isurer Mathie.-on, Andrew Erskine, Bailie Nicolson, ex-Bailie Fisher, James 
Scarlett, Bailie Galbraith, and Edward Cochran. 

Joint Secretaries— Alfred M'Naughton, wiiter, and A. F. Lochhead, writer. 

Treasurer — James Cariick, 7 High street. 

And an Executive Committee of about 40 members. 

"West Resifrewsliire Liberal Association. 

President— Sir T. G. Glen-Coats, Bait., Ferguslie Paik. Paisley. 
Vice-Presidents — Z. G. Heys, Springfield, Barihead : Joseph Eussell, J.P.. Bogston ; ex-Provost 
Steel, Gourock; Provost Cuchran'-, Barrhead; Provost Lang, Lynnhurst, Johnstone; 
Thomas Robinson, Hurlet; and James A. Vuiihead, Bridge of Weir. 

Treasurer — Joseph Johnstnne, J. P.. Calder Hou>e, Lochwmnoch. 

Joi7it Organising Secf-eturies — T. Fulton Reid, writer, 12 Cuuseyside st., Paisley, and 92 West 

Nile street. Glasgow, and W. M. R. Pringle, 17 Airlie street, Partickhill, Glasgow. 

Election of office-bearers on last Wednesday of ilarch yearly. 

Women's Liberal Association. 


Hon. Presidmf—La(]j Vtimn. President— "LaAj Glen -Coat?. 

Vice-Presidents — :Mrs. Wothei spoon, Maxwellton ; Mis. Ynung, Priory bank. 

Executive — Mrs. Allan Coats, Ch"irtvoman ; Mrs. Millar, Vice ■ C/iaincunian ; Mrs. Stirling, 

9 Hillington Park circus, Cardonald, Hon. Treasvrei'; Ml^s Henderson, Castlehead, and 

Aliss Wilson, Tulliallan, Honorary Secretaries; and a Committe* . 

Offlce-bearei s elected in Spring. 

Paisley Liberal Unionist Association. 

Offlce-Bearers for 19()o. 
President — Stewart Clark of Dundas Castle. 
Vice-Presidents — 
Archibald Coats, of Woodside. i J. Stewart Clark, Dundas Castle. 

Sir William Arrol 

Hugh H. Smiley, Gallowhill. 

Peter Coats, Garthland place. 

Ex-Provost Clark, Chapel House. 

George Coats. Belleisle. 

James Kerr, Dargavel. 

Daniel Coats, Garthland place 

Kenneth Clark, London. 

W. H. Coats. Cnrdell 

William A. Coats, Skelmorlie Castle, 

James Coats; of Auchendrane. 
Lonald Eraser, M.D. 
John FuUerton, Me ksworth. 
Robert Baiderston, AidgoM'an. 
Geoi ge Barclay, Thorn. 
John Gilchrist, Cove 
Ex-Bailie Dobie, Castlehead. 
Peter Jack, Castlehead. 
James Robertscm, manager, Meikleriggs. 
John Mathieson, Bishopton. 
Chairman — James A. D. MacKean. 
Secretary and Treasurer— Wmiam Walker, Writer, 14 Gilmour Street, Paisley. 
Annual Meeting held in March. 


Paisley Conservative Association. 

Ins'ituted March, 1878. 


Honorary Presidents — His Grace, th" Duke of Abercorn, K.G. ; Earl of Home, K.T.; Lord 
Blythswood; Lord Ernest W. Hamilton: Sir Michael R. Shaw-Stewart B>irt ; Sir 
C. W. Cavzer, M.P.; Sir Charles Bine Renshaw, M.P., F.G.S. ; and John C. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents— WiWiam Bow. Dunscore, J P. : Kenneth M. Clark. J. P.; A. F. Craig, 
J. P.; W.Y.Fleming, J.P. ; James Cowan of Rosshall, J.P. ; P. M. Coats, of Wood- 
side ; F. W. Wotherspoon, Maxwellton : and W. Wilson. 
President— B^lWe W. H. Coats. 

Vice-Presidents — Henry Doulton ; ex-Bailie Caldwell, F.S A.; Colonel Millar. Garthland place; 
John Swan. Causeyside; William Abercromhie, Craigmuir ; Ihomas Graham, M.D., 
J. P., Garthland place; William Wilson; Alexande' M'William; James Marshall of 
Mavisbank; P. K. viillar; William Paterson, Royal terrace ; Alexander Macfarlane; 
T. Gow Smith; W. M. M. Tm-ner; W. P. Robertson; Louis Rottenburg ; H. C. Waters; 
J. A MacKean ; J. B. C. Newton ; George W. Richard-on, J.P.; J. C. B. Richardson; 
A. Craig Riddell ; John JIaclachlan ; Matthew Urie; Dai iel Mackenzie; Andrew Alice; 
RobertBrown; R. A. Cattanach; JamesDrybrough. J.l^.; A. F. Graham; Robert. Hart ; 
W. D. Menzies; Jonn D. Allison; Peter Burt ; G. H. Coats; Alex. Fullerton. J P. ; 
Thomas Gr^enlees, jun.; Wm. Holms-Kerr, A. Craig Muir, J ames J. Barclay, W. W. 
Campbell, James Jack, and Wm. M Connell. 

Joint Hon. Secretaries — Thomai MacRobcit, jun., 13 St. James st., and Wm. Bowie, 95 High st. 
Hon. Treasurer — David Houston, 43 Moss street. 

West Renfrewshire Conservative Association. 

President — Sir M. R. Shaw Stewart, Bart., Ardgowan. 

Vice-Presidents — Lord Blythswood of Blythswood; Col. Robt. King. Levernholme, Hurlet; Robert 

Binnie, Gourock; Henry Macdowall, Garthland, Lochwinnoch. 

Executive — Convener — Henry MHcdowall, of Garthland, Lochwinnoch, 

Sub-Convener — DdVxd. P. Donald, Greenbank, Johnstone. 

Hon. Treasurer — David Inglis. Rossland house, Bishopron. 

Secretary — Robert Stevenson, Writer, 99 High street. Paisley. 

Paisley Eastern Unionist Association. 

Formed 6th June, 1894. 

Oflfice-Bearers — 1901-1902. 

Hon. Presidents — J. A. D. MacKean, Andrew Allice, Bailie W. H. Coats, Councillor P. M. 

Coats, Ex-Provost Clark, and John Sloffat. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — Alex. Moffatt, Archd Coats, Matthew Arthur, Robt. l\Tacfarlane, William 

Wilson, Jas. Marshall, F. W. Wother^poon and Alex. Macfarlane. 

President — C. Jago Gregg. 

Secretary — James Hendry, 14 Seedhill road. Treasurer — Benjamin Fleming, 24 Abbey st. 

Trustees — C. Jago Gretrj; R. Blair Hav, and Alex. Keith. 

William Barr, Janitor, 1 Bank Street. 

Primrose League. 



Ruling Councillor — Mrs. Bow. Treasurer — Miss H. C. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 

Chief Secretary — Mrs. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 
Auditors — Miss Johnstone, of Glenpatrick, and Miss Houstoun, of Johnstone Castle. 

First Ward. 

Warden — Mrs Hardie, Glasgow road. 

Sub-Warde7i — Mis. Rogers, 93 High st eet. 

Secretary — Mis> Agnes M'Kean, Castlehead. 

Second W«rd. 

Warden — Mrs. Hamilton, Blackland. Sub- Warden — Mrs. Wilson, Overwood, Glasgow road. 

Secretary — Miss H. C. Graham, 3 Gorthland place. 

Third Ward 

Warden — Mrs. Burns, 7 Garthland place. Sub-Warden — Mrs Taylor, Gateside. 

Secretary — Miss Morrison, 3 Calside terrace. 

Fourth Ward. 

Warden — Mrs. Hodgart, Linnsburn. Renfrew road. 

Sub- Warden — Miss E. Cunningham, Glasgow road. 

Secretary — Miss Taylor, Gateside. 

Fifth Ward. 

Warden — Mrs, A. Gardner, Castlehead, Sub-Warden — Miss Hamilton, Carnassarie villa 

Secretary — Mis- E. J. Graham, 3 Garthland place. 

Office-bearers are elected at the Annual General Meeting held in March. 


The Beaconsfield Club. 

Instituted July, 1880 
A Political Club in connection with the Unioni>t party, and designed to promote its objects. 

Honorary Patrons — 

Dulie of Argyll, K.T. ; Duke of Abercorn, K.G.; Duke of Montrose, K.T.; Earl of Home, K.T. 

Honorary President — Lord Blytliswood of Blytliswi.od. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents — William Abercrombie, Alex. Mottatt, P. M. Coats, and 

Kenneth M. Clark. 

Honorary Life Members— 'R. Mure M'Kerrell; William Bow, Dunscore: John Maclachlan; 

G. Ludovic Houstoun, of John-toiie Casile; J. C. Cunliighame, of Craigenda; Robert Hart, 

Greenlaw avenue ; John N. Millar. 

President — William Bowie. 

Vice-Presidents — John D. Allison and Dr. Robb. 

Hon. Treasurer — James Mackenzie, Townhead terrace. 

Hon. Secretary- Alex. Macfarlaiie, 5 Orr street. 

Directors — W. D. Johnston, W. D. MLennan, John Matheson, jun., A. R. Mackenzie, John B. 

Mungle, 1'. W. M'Lennan, Andiew AUice, and John fchirley. 

Central Unionist Association. 

42 Old Sneddon Street. 
Hon. Presidents — Archilald Coats, Stewart Clark, William Bow, Sir C. B. Renshaw, M P., W. A. 
Coats, Peter Coats. J. Stewart Clark, ex-Bi'ovost Clark. Hugh H. Smiley, James Kerr, 
PetCi Jack, -lolm Fulltrton, Robert Balderston, and John M'Lachlan. 
President — Archibald Fairlie. Vice- Presidents — Stewart M'Cowatt and John Mathieson. 
Hon. Treasurer — William Walker, Avriter, 14 Gilmour street. 
Secretary — James M. Hunter. 6 Garthland lane. 
Treasurer — William B. Flockhart, 4 Douglas terrace, Inchinnan load. 
Committee — Thomas MacRobert, jun., John Muir, John ALderson, Samuel Forbes, Alexander 
Kerr, Matthew Craig, William M'Crossan, James Clialmers, Livingstoi.e Chaimers» 
Samuel Love, Alexander M'Vicnr, James Brown, Joseph Keppie, and J. J. O'Donnell. 
Janitor — J. K. Clai'k 5 Kerr street. 


Paisley Ornitliological Association. 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn, Bart., il.P. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — Sir Thomas Glen-Coats. Bart., J. K. Keir, and Holmes Kerr. 

President — James Hair. Vice-President — Thomas Love. 

General Secretary — James Laidler. 3 Park terrace. Assistant Secretary— A. N. Baird, 3 Orr st. 

Treasurer — John E. Pottie, St. James place. Collector — James Wright, Carriagehill house. 


John Milton. Jas. Paton. 

Matthew BroAvn . Chas. Dougan. 

J. W. M-Dimald. A. B. M'Nair. 

James Raeside. I Hugh Walke- . 

James Annan. 
Peter Ritchie. 
M. Kyie. 
Alexander Baird. 

Paisley and Renfrewshire Poultry and Pigeon Association. 

Honorary President — Lord Blythswocid, Blythswood. 

Honorary Vice-Presidents— "SlaXcolm B. Thomson, Park House, Inchinnan; Hugh H. Smiley, 

Gallowhill ; and James Drybrough, J. P., Arkleston. 

President- — Hugh Walker. Vice-President — James Thomson. 

Treasurer — Charles Dougan, 35 Broomlands, Pa^.^ley. 

Secretary — Geo. Archibald, jun., 11 Argyle street. Paisley. Collector — Livingstone Chalmers. 

Poultry Section — A. B. M-Nair, D. Airdrie, John E. Pottie, James Raeside, T. Cathcart, 
Robert M"Murrich, and Clark Bobertson. 
Pigeon Section — Archibald Eaglesim, James Laidler, ar.d Thomas Love. 
District Committee — Mrs. Burnside, Johnstone ; George Hamilton, Neilston ; Andrew Brodie, 
Incliinnan Bridge; Davie Ross,FIowwood; William Gemmell, Alexander Laird, 
Jo nstone; William Anderson, Kilbarchan ; J. H. Halliday, William Crawford, 
Peter S. Williamson, Greenock ; Jas. Martin, Thomas Parkhill, Neilston ; James 
Riddell, Johnstone; GtOJge Buchanan, jun., Barskiven ; Andrew Carndulf, 
Barrhead ; J. iM. Porteous, Kilbarchan ; J. C. Wallace, Howwood. 
Next Election of Office-bearers, middle of January, 1904. Annual Exhibition and Competition 
contined to Renfrewshire, takes place on the second Saturday of November. 

Paisley Canine Society. 

Hon. President — Kenneth W. Clark, 32 Gr^svenor square, London. 

President — W. J. Hamilton. 

Treasurer — A. W. Keith. Secretary— ^sime^ Farquhar, 6 Phillips street. 



Paisley Horticultural Society. 

Honorary President — A. A. Speii's, Houston house 

President — Robert Reid, Woodside Cemetery. 

Vice-President — James Watson, Bellfield Nursery. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Robert Macfee, 3 Moss street. 

Collector — David Allison, 5 Underwood road. 



Alex. Cavnochan, Fountain gardens 
George Watson, Walkinshaw. 
Robert Machardy, Gallowhill. 
Adam Turner, Jloredun 
John Turner, Speirsfield. 
William Adamson, The Beeches. 

John M'Naughton, 13 Seedhill road I John Constable, 2 Springbank road. 

John Fleck, Quarrelton. | Robert Greenlees, Park place. 

Alex. Welsh, 13 Cochran street. I Peter Ferguson, 15 Neilston sti-eet, 

William Brough, Millarston. | Richard Benson, 8 Seedhill road. 

Francis Davidson, 46 Moss street I Robert Anderson. 40 High street. 

Duncan MacDiarmid, Gateside. | David Airdrie, Whitehaugh. 

William Cameron, Ferguslie park. 
Duncan Macdonald, Ferguslie. 
John MacAulay, 5 Castle street. 
John MacDougal, Abbey Cemetery. 
■William Blackley, Staneley. 
Alex. M. Stewart, 13 Wellmeadow. 

Paisley Florist Society. 

Instituted 1782 

Honorary President — John Moffat, Barshaw. 

President — John Constable, '2 Springbank road. Vice-President — Wm. Barr, 29 Seedhill road 

Secretary and Treasurer — Andrew Weir, 2 Ladybnru street. 

Committee — Wm. Brough, Andw. Wylie, Jas. Smith, J. Blair, John M'Naughton, Richard Benson, 

Charles Morgan, David Airdrie, Duncan Keir. 

General Meeting and Election of OfBce-bearers on first Thursday in November. 

Paisley West End Amateur Florists' Society. 

Honorary President — James Coats, Auchendrane. 

President — James Blair. • Vice-President— iian\es Lyall. 

Financial Secretary — R. Maxwell, 47 High st. Secretary — James Smith, 2 East lane, Ferguslie, 


Iceland Curling Club. 

Instituted 1841. 

President — James Donald. Vice-President— John R. Taylor. 

Secretary— John Pattisoii. 23 Moss s^treet. Treasurer — Thomas oraham, M.D. 

Representative Members — T. Graham and W. Bow. Chaplain — Rev. J. B. Dalgety. 

OflEice-Bearers elected in September yearly. 

Boreas Curling Club. 

Instituted 1852. 

Patron — Alex. A. Speirs, of Elderslie. Patroness — Lady Anne Speirs, of Houston. 

President — Robert Gardner. Vice-President — Thomas Wilson. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Andrew Paterson, 27 Orchard street. 

Representative Members — Jas. Riddell and Andw. Paterson. Chaplain — Rev. Thos. Gentles, M.A. 

General Meeting in September annually. 

12tli Province Royal Caledonian Curling Club. 

Patrons — Sir Michael R. S. Stewart, Bart., of Greenock; Lord Blythswood of BIythswood ; Lord 
Glasgow; J. W. Shand-Harvey, of Castlesemple ; Henry 5lacdowall, of Garthland; A. A. 
Speirs of Elderslie; Colonel King, of Levernholm ; C. B. Renshaw, of Barochan, M.P. 
Presidewf— William G. Harvey, Greenock. Vice-President —^^'m. Gardner, Paisley. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. Logan, writer, Lochwinnoch. 
Committee of Management—Dv. Graham, Paisley; William Logan, Lochwinnoch; Alexander 
Wood, Saltcoats ; William M'Hattie, Kilbirnie; John Keanie, Lochwinnoch; Wm. Gardner, 
Paisley; James A. Muirhead, Bridge of Weir; William G. Harvey, Greenock. 
Office-bearers elected annually in November. 


»\ Renfrewshire Curling Club. 

Instituted 1856. 

Patron — C. Bine Rensliaw, M.P. Patroness — Mrs. Renshaw. 

President — Robert Amiel. Vice-President — William Osbourne. 

Representative Members — John Lyle and D. M'Vey. 

Chaplain — Kev. A. M. Lant;. 

Treasvrer — Walter Bowie. Secretary- -iolvn M-Lachlan. 

^ Repeated as before. Corrections for this year not being obtainable. 

St. Mirren Curling Club. 

Patron — Lord Blythswood. 

President — J. P. Slater. Vice-President — J. II. Young. 

Hon. Secretary— Robert Stevenson, 99 High street. 

Hon. Treasurer — James G. C. Millar, 106 Oauseyside. 

Representative Members — Wm. Gardner and R. Drummond. 

Committee — J. Scott Eadie, J. A. D. MacKean, J. B. Reid, and Robert Brown. 


Priorscroft Bowling Club. 

Instituted 1839. 

Hon. President — John Murray, sen. 

President — James Barclay. Vice-President — James Balderston, Gate>ide. 

Treasurer — John 0. Alexander, 4 Oauseyside st. Secretary — T. Dun Macnair, 16 Gibnour st. 

Directors — Arch. Snodgrass, A. C. Miller, John Noble, and Hugh Alliaon. 

Green- Keeper, Peter M 'Donald, 1 Bute place. 

Oiflce- 1 earers elected third week in March annually. 

Abercorn Bow^ling Club. 

Instituted 1860— New Greens opened May 21st, 1898. 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn, Bart, M.P. 

President, Councillor M'Naughtan. Vice-President, Bailie Donald. 

Secretary, William Paul, 11 Whitehautih terrace. Treasurer, William Watt. 

Directors, A. Nairn, James Deans, D. Leishman, W. Kerr, Jas, Black, W. Taylor, N. Frew. 

Green-Keeper, John Telfer. 

Annual Meeting first week in March. Annual subscription. One Guinea. 

Entrances to Greens, Garthland lane and Greenlaw avenue. 

Victoria Bow^ling Club. 

Hon. President — James Boyd. Ho7i. Vice-President— J t^mcs Cramb. 

President — John Provan. Vice-President — James M'Curdie. 

Treasu7er^3v\\r\ Arthur. Secretary— y^iiWinm Strachan, 34 Lady lane. 

Directors — George Archibald, jun., Robert Hamilton, Jas. More, Alex. Hill. E. Meiklejohn, 

Jas. Young, Geo M'Geoch. 

Green-Keeper— y^WWam Buchanan. 

Wellmeadow^ Bowling Club. 

Hon. Presidents — Sir Wm. Dunn, M.P.. and John Moffa*^, Barshaw. 

President, W. N. Patrick. Vice-President, Alex. Kirkwood. Treasurer, J. S. Gardner. 

Secretary, Alex. Pettigrew, 12 Wellmeadow. 

Green-Keeper, A. M. Stewart. Green, 13 Wellmeadow. 

The Offict-Bearers are re elected on second Tuesday in March. 

Caledonia Bow^ling Club. 

Instituted 1873. 

Green — Greenock road. 

Hnnc/rary Freside7it— John Murraj^, sen. 

President, John L. Watson. Vice-President, Charles H. Johnston. 

Secretary, James M'Nauehtan, 1 Caledonia street. 

Treasurer, Thomas Alexander. 27 Caled nia street. 

'Committee — William Smith, John M'Taggart, E. Begu-, William Hawson, and James Watson, 

Green-Keeper. D. Macintyre. 
Office-bearers elected second Tuesday in March annually. 

Charleston Bowling Club. 

Patron— Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. Hon. President— '^aWie. W. H. Coats. 

Hon. Vice-President — Ex-Bailie J. M. MacCallum. 

President — Hugh Barr. Vice-President — John MacKay. 

Treasurer — James C. MacKav. Secretary — William Young. 

Green-Keeper, William M'Millan. Greens, Stock street. 


Ferguslie Thread Works Bovrling Club. 

Hon. President — Archibald Coats, Woodside. 
President — John Walmsley. Woodbank house. Craw road. 

Vice-President — David Pro van, 6 West street. 
Secretary and Treasurer — G. D. Graham, 93 George street. 

j^nchor Bowling Club. 

Established 1896. Greens — Seedhill road. 

Hon. President— Stewart Clark. 

Hon. Vtce-Presidents— Kenneth M. Clnk, J. Stewart Clark, Eobert Balderston, J. 'William 

Clark, John Gilchri-t. 

President — James Oscar M. Claik. Vive- President — Thomas M'Bride. 

Treasurer — Peter Cumming. Secretary — John Oi chardson, 82 Seedhill road. 

Directors— ^ iW'vA-m. Gibson, John Raillie, John MKii lny, James Aitken, George M'Intosh, 

Robert Adam, James Baillle, James Service, sen., Wm. Muir, and John Carmichael. 


Caledonia Bicycle Club 

Instituted June, 1881 

Season 1903. 

Hon. Pre.ndent — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

President — John S. Watson. 

Ca/><«m— Robert B. Smith. Vice-Captain — Jon. Paterson. 

Hon. Secretary and. Treasurer— J('hn Forbes, 2 Lylesland terrace. 

Committee — Wm. Craig, AV. C. Fei nie, Ben Ford. J. M. Stewart, and James A. Wilson. 

Delegates to S.C. U. — W. L. Kirkwood and J. Forbe>. 

Masonic Cycling Club. 

Season 1903. 

Hon. President — A. A. Speirs. 

President— A. B. B^rry. Vice-President — George Yeats. 

Captain-DAvid Sweewe. Vice-Captain — James Reid. 

Secretaries— A\e-s.a.r\(!iev Munro, 16 M'Kervell street. 

Treasurer — David Ferguson, 21 Seedhill road. 

Committee — The Offlce-Bearers, R. Smith, W. Allison, J. Hogarth, a .d Geo. A. Robertson. 

Paisley Harriers Cycling Club. 

^Instituted 1900. 

President — John Crais, jun. Vice-President — John Southwell, jun. 

Captain — \I. Gustavsen. Vice-Captain — John Hosie. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John A. Anderson, 6 St. James street. 

Committee — Jas. C. Anderson, James Intjlis, and D. W. Lorimer. 

Annual Meeting First Week in March. 

Craigielea Rugby Football Club. 

Resuscitated 1898. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents— I. G. Abercrombie, Thos. Rowat, jun., James Cook, Thos. G. eenlees, jun., 

and Dr. J. D. Holmes. 

President— W. L. Coats. Vice-President— Thomns MacRobert, jun. 

Treasurer and Secretary-S. Jack, Castlehead. Captain — R. J. C. Clark, Chapel house. 

Secretary of 2nd and Srd teams— G. Walt, Castlehead. 

Office-bearers elected in September annually. 

Abercorn Football Club. 

Formed 1877. 

Patrons — "^ir M. R. Shaw Stewart, Bart, of Ardeowan and Blackball; Stewart Clark, ex-M.P. ; 

Colonel SirT. G. Coats, Bart.; J. Stewart Claik ; Lord Blythswood ; Sir Wm. Dunn, Bart., 

M P.; ex-Provost Johnston, Kenneth M. Cu rk, ex-Bailie A. R. Pollock, and J. H. Savile. 

Committee of Management — Messrs. Sam. Young, G. T. M'Ni:ughtan, J. A. Risk, J, N. Young, 

D. C. Gribben. 
Mep'esentative to Scottish Leagwe—Sava. Young. Representative to R F.A. — D. C. Gribben. 


St. Mirren Football Club. 

Instituted 1877. — Grounds, Love Street. 

Patrons — Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P.; Sir Thonns Glen-Coats, Bart.; C. Bine Renshaw, M,P.; 

T. Glen Arthur, P. M. Coats, W. H. Coats, J. H. Savile. 

Hon. President — Sir William Dunn. Bart., M.P. 

President — James K. Horsburgh, Mill House, Linwood. 

Vice-President — Archd. Towns. Hon. Treasurer — John Scouller, 5 St. James street. Paisley. 

Hon. and Financial Secretary — Alex. Rowaiid, 6 Kerr street, Paisley. 

Match Secretiry— Robert Smith. 11 Carbrook street, Paisley. 

OflBce-bearers elected ia April annually. 

Paisley Academical Football Club. 

Grounds, Greenlaw Park. 
Patrons— J. Dryhrough, A. Paterson, H. Allison, J. Stirling, Bailie Donald, and D. Aucott. 

President — John Pattison. 

Vice-Presidents— J. Kilpatrick, T. Greenlees, jun., W. M'Gee, and W. Paterson. 

Captain 1st Eleven — Sam. Shannon. Captain 2nd Eleven — Robert Craig. 

Treasurer — W. Hendry, 11 Whitehaugh leirace. Secretary — D. H. Sturrock, Oakshaw. 

Committee— M.ess,xs,. Paterson, Paul, Auchterlonie, Cook, Sturrock, Arthur, Hendry, M'Lennan, 

Cunningham, and Martin. 
(rroM«dsma?i— James Millar, 4 Williamsburgh. 

Kelburne Cricket Club. 

Instituted 1860. — Grounds, Whitehaugh. 

Hon. President— Sh- M. Shaw Stewart, Bart. Hon. Vice-President— Tl. Waters. 

President — J. A. D. MacKean. Vice-President— J . M. Scott. 

Captain, 1st Eleven — J. M. Waters. Vice-Captain — Thomas Wilson. 

Captain, 2nd Eleven — C. G. M'llravey. Vice-Captain — D. Davidson. 

Hon. Secy.— Men. Tagg, jun.. Calside avenue. Hon. Treas. — James iScott 28 Gauze street. 

Committee— J. A. D. MacKean, J. M. Scott, J. M. Waters, T. Wilson, A. Tagg, jun., Jas. Scott, 

C. G. M'llravey, W. Knox, S. Colquhoun, C. J. Davidson, R. B. Howatson, J.Y.Alexander. 

Ferguslie Cricket Club. 

Instituted 1887. — Grounds, Meikleriggs. 

Patrons — J. & P. Coats, Limited. 

Hoji. Presidents— Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart.; W. H. Coats, P. M. Coats, P. H. Coats, 

E. S. Coats, and O. E. Philippi. 

Hon.Vice-Presidents—J. Walmsley, J. Robertson, N. Buchanan, O. Wilkinson, W.Craig, T. Locke, 

John Hair, Jas. Scott. W. P. Stewart, W. M. M'Lelland, Dr. Collin, and J. M-Cutcliion. 

President — D M. Peddle. Vice-President — K. G. Clark. 

Captain, \st XI. — R. Fotheringham. Captain, 2nd XT. — W. Bruce. 

Eon. Secretary and Treasurer — James Michael, 11 Thistle street, Meikleriggs. 

'6rd XI. Secretary — A. Ritchie, 6 East lane 

Committee-^. T. Kerr, J. Inglis. A. R. Smith, R. Hastings, D. Money, A. M'Lean, W. R. 

M'Cormick, C. Lyle, A Money, G. Wylie. and W. M'Kinlay. 

Professional — W. Megson. 

Paisley Harriers. 

President — A. 0. Scott. Hon. Treasure) — J H. Finn. 

Hon. Secretary— \). W. Lorimer, 8 Anchor buildings. 

Representative S.C.G.U. — John Craig, jr. 

Cross-country runs are held on Saturdavs from bagl'ming of October to end of March. 

Annual meeting first week in September. 

Paisley Harriers (Tuksdat Section). 

President — Marshall Graham. Hon. Treasurer — Alex. M'Dermid. 

Hon. Secretary — George Rae, 54 George street. 

Paisley Junior Harriers. 

President— Chdivles Burgess. Vice-President — Robert M'Condach, jun. 

Captai7i—Avthuv Terrell. Vice-Captain— Mntthe^v Fleming. 

Joint Secretaries and Treasurers — Richard Burgess, Wallace lea, Glasgow road, and 

John M'Ewan, 5 M'lntyre place. 

Cross country runs on Saturdays from beginning of October to end of March. 

Annual meeting in April. 



Paisley Skating Club. 

Instituted 1875. 

Chairman — Ex-Provost Clark. 

Treasurer — Eobert Edmonds. Secretary — T. Kelso, Falside. 

Committee — Robt. Smith, James Mure, James Barr. 

Poud, Lochfield Eoad. Keeper — James Reid, 9 Neilston street. 

Annual Meeting in October. 

Paisley Trades Amateur Rowing Club. 

Formed 1885. 

Patrons — Gentlemen of Paisley. 

Hon. President — James Fullerton. Hon. Vice-Presidents — John Glover and Andrew Fisher. 

President — Wm. M'Fadyen. Vice-President— Wva. Wrigtt. 

Hon. Secretary — Robert Donald, 6 Love street. Assistant Secretary —John M'Kay. 

Financial Sec?^etary— James Watson. Treasurer — Robert M'Pherson. 

Captain — Peter M'Lerie. Vice-Captain — Joseph Wardrop. 

Committee— ^iessYS. J. Dempster, W. Currie, and J. M'Dougall. 

The Club practices on the lower stretch of the river Cart, and is the only tradesman's club in town. 

Office-Bearers are elected in December. 

Paisley Amateur Swimming Club. 

Hon. President—Sir William Dunn, Bart., M.P. 

President — Robert Lyle. Vice-President — John Fulton. 

Hon. Secretary— W . Kirkwood, Thornly Park. Treasurer— J. Andrews, Wtllmeadow House 

Paisley Victoria Swimming Club. 

President— Alfred M'Naughton. Vice-Presidents— G. M. Smith and John Pollock, 
Treasurer — Aian K. Beveridge. 

Secretaries — General — J. H. Ritchie, 5 Underwood road. Minute R. S. Scott. 

Financial — James Anderson. 

Captains— J. Logan end T. Ritchie. 

Vice- Captains — John Kilgour and A. Maxwell. 

Committee— Chas. Burgess, Jno. Kilgour, Wm. Sibbald, J. M-Kechnie, John Muir, and 

Wm. GJeghorn, together with Secretaries and Treasurer. 

Practices every Thursday evening from 8 'to 9 o'clock in the Baths. 

The Captain and Vice-Captain act as Swimming Instructors. 

Abercorn Angling Club. 

President— John M'Sephney. Vice-President— \Ymiam Kerr. 

Treasurer— James Pollock. Secretary— Wmiam L. Clark, 12 West Buchanan street. 

Fishings on River Gryffe. 

Rowbank Angling Club. 

President—Thos. B. Watson. Vice-Preside?it—Rugh B. Gilmour. 

Hon. Treasurer— John Lj^mburn, Gledntane, Bishopton. 
Hon. Secretary — Alexander Cochran, 19 High street. 
General Meeting in October for election of Office-bearers, Committee of Management, etc. 

St. Mirin Angling Club. 

President— T. Russell. 8 High street. Vice-President- A. Allice, 2 Green'aw avenue 

Secretary and Treasurer— A. M'JS^aughton, 8 Gilmour street. 

The Renfrewshire Public-Kouse Trust, Limited. 

Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., Chairman. 


Sii- John Stirling-Maxwell, Bart., M.P. l John Milln-. J.P., Ea^t Knowe 

Peter Jack, Castlehead. | a. F. Craig, J.P., Belmont. 

R. Blair Hay, 14 Moss Street, Law Agent. 

J. Balderston Whyte, C.A., 94 High Stieet, Secretary. 

John Mann & Son, C.A., Glasgow and Loudon, Auditors. 


Paisley Golf Club. 

Hon. Prendent—Stewa^t Clark Hon. Vice-PrcsiJent—Trnvost R. K. Bell. 

Captain — Jas. Cunningham. Vice-Captain — J. M. Campbell. 

Hon. Treai-urti- — Jas. S. Stewnrt, 13 St. James Place. 

Hon Secretary— W. B. Brown, The Cottage, Gienfield. 

Election of Office Bearers in November «i each year. 

Paisley Draughts Club. 

Central Unionist Ro ms, 42 Old Sneddon street. 

Hon President — H. M'Kenzie. 

President— J ose\ih Keppie. Vice-President— \Ym. M'Lean. 

Secretaru—J. M. Hunter, 8 Garthland lane. Treasurer - R. Robertson. 

Paisley Race Meeting. 

Instituted 160S. 
Committee— ex-Bailie Adam, ex-Bai ie Brown, ex-Bailie Leitch, and W. F. Houston, M.R.C.V.S 

A. Macfarlaue, Secretaiy. 



Preside7it—JI\xg\\ Valla ce. Vice-President— Jo\\n Hamilton. 

Treasnrer—Win Wilkinson. Secretary— Thos. Loudon, 42 Lady lane. 

Meets every alternate Tuesday in Painters' Hall, 10!) Causeyside street. 

Office-bearers elected half-yearly in May and November. 


Meets on the First Wednesday of each month in the Royal Oak, Moss street, at 8 p.m. 

vhairmaii of Conunittee—Wm. H. More. 4 Mary street. 

Agent— James Pinkerton, 40 High street. 


President— Geo. Macintyre. Vice-President— James Small, jun. 

Treasurer— J olm Kent, 12 ■•-eedhill road. Secretary— David Thow, Jun , 10 Clavering street. 

Office-bearers elected annually in January. 


President— ^Ym. M 'Cause. 

Treasurer— John Howit, Underwood lane. Secretary— 'Roht. Hamilton, 43 Lady lane. 

Committee Rooms— 4S Lady lane. Weekly Meetings every Saturday. 

Annual election of Office-bearers in March. 


President— George Robertson, 7 Springbank road. 

2Veaswrer— Ebenezer Bell 16 Mossvale street Steward— William Wilson, 16 Glen street. 

Seo^etary— James SiiCllie, 5 M'Kerrell ^treet. 

Election of Office-bearers takes place annually in June. 


President— Andvevir Whitecross, 6 Clarence street. 

Secretary— Sam. Rob rtson, 67 Broomlands st. Treasurer— Thos. Verner, 12 Sir Michael st. 

House of Cnll.—lo High street. 
Office-bearers elected in May and November. 


Instituted 1871. 
President — John Lnng. Vice-President — John Gallacher. 

7reasure.r—Wm. Craig, 6 Union street. Secretary— W . H. Finlator, writer, 19 High street. 
Office-bearers elected at meeting in June. 


President— James Scarlett. Vice-Presidetit-James Allison. 

yreasarer— Alexander Ronnie, Wellmeadow. ,Secre<a/-?/— William Armour, 53 Broomlands. 

/,aM;^l(/«ii— Alexander M'Allister, writer, 48 Moss street. 

Office-btarers elected annually in December. 



(Under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1889.) 

Division. I.— East Renfrewshire. 

1. Thornliebank — William G. Crum. The Rouken, Thornliehank 

2. Eastwood— John Denliolm. Tne Mains, Giffnock 

3. Pollokshaws (Fir-t) — Gray Edmiston, Pitcaiin, Pollofeshaws 

4. Pollokshaws (Seco id) — James Macdoufifall, tailor, 4 Afton terrace, Pollokshaws 

5. Pollokshaws (Third)— D' maid Munro, M.D., Wheatholni, Pollokshaws 

6. Pollokshaws (Fourth) - Rohert Gardner, 4 Miller street, Shawlands 

7. Busby— J. C. R. Marshall, of Crookfur, Mearns 

8 Mearns — William Mann, shipowner, Whitecraigs, Giffnock 

9. Eaglesham — Allan Gilmour yr. of Eaglesham, Eaglesham house, Eaictlesham 

10. Cathcart (East) — Henry E Gordon, advocate, Aikenhead house, Cathcart 

11. Cithcart (West) — John Morton, warehouseman, Cathcart house, Cathcart 

II.— West Renfrewshire. 

12. Hurlet— Rohert King, merchant, Levernholme. Hurlet 

13. Elderslie — Sir Charles Bine Renshaw, Bart, of Barochan. M P., Houston 

14. Paisley — James Cowan, car iiig contractor, Ross Hall, by Paisley 

15. Linwood — Dugald Alexander MacTavish, Avriter, Johnstone 

16. Bri'ige of Weir — Peter Caldwell, architect, Duneaton, Bridue of W^eir 

17. Kilbarchan — Archibild W. Finlayson. Merchistim, Johnstor e 

18. Houston (East) — Alexander .Archibald Speirs of Elderslie Houston house, Houston 

19. Houston (West)- Alexander Marshall Brown, merchant, Giytfe Castle, Bridge of Weir 

20. Bishopton — David Cross, of Ingliston, Bishopton 

21. Erskine and Inchinnan — Lor ■ Blythswoo'1 of Blythswood, Renfrew — 

22. Renfi'ew — James Gardner, farmer, Lillieslea, Scotstounhill 

23. Scotstoun — W. C. Austii, 12 Lennox avenue, Scotstoun 

24. Barrhead (Fii'st) — Robert Osborne, provision merchant, Forebrae, Gi-ahamston, BaiTliead 

25. Barrhead (Second) — James Pollock. Union BanV, Barrhead 

26. Barrhead (Third) — Henry Barclay Dunlop, of Arthurlie, Barrhead 

27. Neilston — Alexander Robertson Ferguson, writer, Neilston 

28. Ouplaymuir — William Mure of Caldwell 

29.Lochwinnoch (East) — John Pollock, junior, farmer. Sprin^side, Howwood 

30. Lochwinnoch(West) — Henry Macdowall, of Garthland, Lochwinnoch 

31. Lochwinnoch (North) — Joseph Johnstone, cabinetmaker, Calder house, Lochwinnoch 

32. Inverkip— Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, of Greenock and Blackball, Bart., Ardgowan, 


33. Kilmalcolm (South)— Horatio Renaud Babington Peile, factor, Inverkip 

34. Kilmalcolm (East) — Rev. James Murray, Kilmalcolm 

35. Kilmalcolm (North) — John Fullaiton, timber merchant. Tliornwood, Kilmalcolm 

36. Johnstone (First) — James Finlayson, thread manufacturer. The Elms, Milliken Park 
87. Johnstone (Second) — James Fyfe Donald, engineer, Woodbank, Johnstone 

38. Johnstone (Third) — William Shanks, engineer. Bank house, Johnstone 

39. Johnstone (Fourth)— John Baird Stirling, wi-iter, Johnstone 

40. Gourock (Central)— Walter Charles Stuart M'Glashan, Moidart, Victoria road, Goiu'ock 

41. Gourock (East)— William Hardie Turner, Woodl nds, Barrhill road, Gourock 

42. Gourock (West) — Robert Binnie, merchant, Ast ic J d 92 A/lertroad, courock 

Elected by the Town Council of the Bdkgh of Renfrew. 

43. John Cumming, Provost of Renfrew. 

44. Andrew Brown, Castlehill, Renfrew 

Convener— Rohert King of Levernholme. Vice- Convener— Renvj Erskine Gordon of Aikenhead. 

Fiars Prices for Renfrewshire. 

Crop 1901-02. Crop 1902-03. 

Best. Gen.Av'ge. Best. Gen. Av'ge. 

S. D. S. D. S. D. S. B. 

Wheat, pei imp. qr., 27 7 26 lOi 23 lOi 22 5i 

Barley, , 29 6 28 9i 24 U 23 .5f 

Oats, „ 20 9 18 11 18 7* 17 4* 

Beans, 40 39 11 36 U 

Pease! *.. ."."..*. ." '.' .'. .'. '.' .. .. I ^* ^''idence. No evidence. 

Oatmeal per 10st.,or 1401b. loop. 15 6 14 11 17 1 15 8| 




Qualified to vote and act as such. 
Members of the Standing Joint Conimittee of the County Council and Commissioners of Supply 

are marked thus (*). 
Members of the Committee on Claims of Enrolment are marked thus (t). 
Convener of Commissioners of Supply — Ldrd Blythswood, of Blythswood. 

*tThe Right Honourable Lord Blythswood 
Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, of Greenock 

and Blackhall. Bart. 
Sir John Maxwell Stii'ling-Maxwell, of Nether 

Pollok, Bart. 
Sir David C. R. C. Buchanan, of Drumpellier 
*Sir Charles Bine Reushaw of Barochun, Bart., 

John Anderson, of Highholni, Port-Glasgow 
Stewart Armour, merchant, Johnstone 
James Brownlie, grocer in Barrhead 
Robert Brodie, writer, Glasgow, as factor and 

commissioner for Robert William Rankine 

AVilson, of Braidbar and Lincolns Inn, 

London, to act and vote in his constituent's 

John Birkmyre, manufacturer, Port-Glasgow 
Horatius Bonar, W.S., Edinburgh, for himself 

and co-trustees of the deceased James Watt, 

of Ranfurly, to act and vote in absence of 

said other trustees 
William Bow, engineer. Paisley 
Nicol Cameron, residing at Pollokshaws 
James White Cameron, house factor, Pollok- 
John Campbell, writer, Pollokshaws 
James Cochran, of Riversbank 
James Cowan, of Ross Hall 
[•George Craig, of Broom, Mearns 
Wm. Craig, solicitor, 5 Huvburn crescent, j 

Pdrtick I 

David Cross, of Ingleston, Langbank. 
John Maxwell Cuningham, Sutherland House, 

Helensburgh j 

John Charles Cuninghame, of Craigends \ 

Duncan Darroch, B.A., of Gourock 
Alexander Darroch, liowanlea, Cumbernauld 
John Denholm, of Mains, Giffnock 
fHenry Barclay Dunlop, of Arthurlie ! 

Robert Dunlop, of Wester Kerse, residing at 

Arthurlie, Barrhead j 

Alex. Robertson Ferguson, of Luckiesfauld, ' 

vn-iter, Neilston j 

James Alextnder Ferguson, residing at Dean- ; 

side, Renfrew, as factor and commissioner; 

for Alexander Archibald Speirs tf Elilerlie, j 

to act and vote in absence of his constituent I 

the said Alexander Aichibald Speirs j 

tJames Finlayson, liax-spinner and linen- ■ 

thread manvrfacturer, Johnstone 
Archibald Watson Finlayson, flax-spinner and 

linen-thread manufacturer, Johnstone 
James Fleming, jun., of Newlandsfield, 

Kilmory, Skelmorlie 
tWiliiam Fleming. Fulwood, Houston j 

Allan Gilmour, of Eaglesham ' 

tAllan Gilmour, yr., < f Eaglesham 
♦Henry Erskine Gordon, advocate, of Aiken- 

head, Cathcart 
Allan Graham-Barns-Graham, of Craigallion 

and Kirkhill [ 

*George Ludovic Houstoun, of Johnstone 
J. W. Shand-Harvcy, of Castlesemple 
James Hill, merchant, Jolmstone ' 

Robert Kerr, manufacturer, in Glasgow and 

George Jardine Kidston, of Finlaystone, 

Wm. Logan, writer, in Lochwinnoch, as factor 
and commissioner for Henry Macdowall, of 
Garthland and Carruth, to act and vote in 
the absence of the said Henry Macdowall 

Archibald Mackenzie, starch manufacturer. 
Paisley, residing at Milliken, Johnstone 

John C, R. M-irshiill, Crookfur, Mearns 

Thomas Edward Hall Maxwell, of Dargavel, 
Captain R N. 

Matthew Morrison, wine and spirit merchant, 

John Meikle of Lochlibo, 68 Osborne road, 

*hJames Barclay Murdoch, of Capelrig, Mearns 

William Mure, of Cnldwell 

John Campbell Murray, Haggs Castle, Glas- 
gow, as factor and commissioner for ."^ir John 
Stirling Maxwell, of Pollok. Bart., to act and 
vo e i absence of tlie said Sir John Stirling 
*tHenry Macdowall, of Garthland 

Thomas M'Quaker, jun., writer in Glasgow 
residing at No. 1 Campside crescent, Langside 

David JSPHaffle. of Eastwood 

Peter M'Laurin, residing at High Cartside. 

John M'Lachlan, engineer in Paisley 

Thomas M'Lellan, merchant, Barrhead 

Dugald Alexander Mactavish, writer in John- 
stone, as factor and commissioner for John 
Charles Cuninghame, of Craigends, to act 
and vote in his absence 

James Paton, manufacturer, Johnstone. 

James Montgnmerie Pearson, civil engineer, 
49 John Finnic street, Kilmarnock, as Factor 
and Commissioner for John Meikle of Loch- 
libi), to act and vote in his absence 

James Pollok, of Titwood 

James Pollock, bank agent, Barrhead 
*tWilliam Fergusson Pollok, Pollok Castle, 
Mearns, as factor and Commissioner for 
James Crawford Ferguson Pollok, of Upper 

John Pollok, of Faside 

H. R. B. Peile, Inverkip, as factor for Sir M. R. 
Shaw Stewart, Bart., for the time being, in 
absence of the said tir M. R. Shaw Stewart, 

George Wood Richardson, of Ralston 
tAlexander Archibald Speirs, of Elderslie 

Robert Strang, of Auchengrange.T^ochwinnoch 

Robert Thomas Napier Speir,of Culdees Castle 

Guy Speir, yr., of Blackstoun, Cu dees Castle 
tWm. Stevenson, of Rohbshill and Househill, 

Hugh Stevenson, yr., of Househill 

Michael Hugh Shaw Stewart, of Carnock, M,P 

James Stewart, of Williamwood 

James Parker Smith, yr., of .lordanhill, M,P, 

Robert Sutherland of Southbar 



Wm. Walker, doctor of meclicino. Pollokshaws 

Alexander Wilson, Overtrees, Lochwinnoch 

Robert William Kankine Wilson, of Braidbar 

Georisje Williamson, calico printer, Locherfield, 
*TThe Sheriif of the County 
*fThe Sheritf-Substitute, Paisley 

The Sheriff-Substitute, Greenock 

The Provost of Renfrew I 

Clerk of Supphj— James Caldwell— Office, County buildings. Paisley. 

Annual General Meeting held at Paisley, on the second Thursday of May. 

The 9th Section of the Act of Parliament, 17th and 18th Vict., cap. 91, states the qualifications 
necessary for a Commissioner of Supply. 

The eldest Bailie of Renfrew 
The Provost of Paisley 
The Provost of Greenock 
*The Provost of Port-Glasgow 
The Provost of Pollokshaws 
The Senior Police Magistrate of Johnstone 
The Senior Police Magistrate of Gourock 
The Senior Police Magistrate of Barrhead. 

Renfrewshire Agricultural Society. 

Instituted 1802. 

President— The Right Honourable Lord Blythswood of Blythswood, Renfrew 

Vice-Presiden ts. 

His Grace The Duke of Abercorn. 
T. G. Arthur, Carrick House, Ayr. 
W. A. Baird, of trskine. 
George Barclay of Thnrnhill, Johnstone 
James Birkmyre, Poit-Glasgow 
Sir D. C R. C. Buchanan., C.B., of Drumpellier. 
Sir John Cheyne,K.C..Sherift"of Renfrew <B Bute, 
J. Oscar M. Clark, Paisley 
Kenneth M. Clark, Paisley. 
Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart., of Ferguslie Park 
Archibald Coats, of Woodside, Paisley. 
James Coats, jun., of Ferguslie. 
• Andrew Coats, Ferguslie 
George Coats, of Belleisle. 
Peter Coats, Gai thland place, Paisley. 
Daniel Coats, Garrhland place. 
W. A. Coats, of Skelmorlie Castle. 
James Coats, of Auchendrane, Ayr. 
James Cowan, of Ross Hall. 
David Cross, of Ingliston. 
John Charles Cuninghame, of Craigends. 
Sir Wilham Dunn, Bart., M.P. for Paisley. 
Allan Gilmour, yr., of Eaglesham. 
George W. Henderson, of Park. 
John A. Holms, of Formaken 

The Right Hon. the Earl of Home, K.T, 

George L. Houstoun, of Johhstone 

Andrew Hunter, St. Brydes, Howwood 

'I he Rt. Hon. Lord Inverclydf'jOt Castle Wemyss 

James Kerr, Craigends Castle 

George J. Kidston, of Finlay stone. 

Colonel King, of Levernholme. 

Sheriff W. D. Lyell, Ormlie. 

Walter B. Longton, Walkinshaw. 

J C. R. Marshall of Crookfur, Newton Mearns. 

Sir John Stirhng Maxwell, Bart., M.P.. of PoUok 

W. D. Graham Menzies, of Hallyburton. 

John Moffat, Barshaw, Pait^ley 

William Mure of Caldwell. 

W. F. Pollok, of Pollok Cattle 

Sir C. Bine Renshaw. Bart.. M.P.,of Barochan. 

H. H. Smiley, of Gallowhill. 

Robert Thomas Napier Speir, Culdees Castle. 

A. A Speirs. of Elderslie. 

Sir Michael Robert Shaw Stewart, Bart. 

M. H. Shaw Stewart, M.P. 

Robert Sutherland, of Southbar 

David Tod. of Hartfield. 

F. W. Wotherspoon, of Maxwellton, Paisley. 

Ordinary Directors. 

H. B. M'Kie, Erskine, Bishopton. 

George Galloway, factor, Bishopton. 

J. Campbell Murray, 216 West George street, 

A. K. Cricbton, Pe shurst. Bridge of Weir. 
Jas. A. Ferguson, Deanside. Renfrew 
John Watt. West FuUwood, Houston. 
William Renfrew, Fergushe farm. Paisley. 
Daniel Livingstone, 20 Gauze street, Paisley. 
John Ross Macgregor, Lonend cottage, Paisley. 
Walter Bowie, Marymaur, Pa siey 
Matthew liowie, Blackbyres. 
John S. Stewart, Thornly, Paisley 
John Samson, Drumcross, Bishopton. 
John Jackson, Whitemoss, Bishopton 

James Moffat, Freeland, Tnchinnan. 
Matthew Gilmour, jr.. Town of Inchinnan. 
Wni. Fleming, Fuhvood, Hout^ton 
James Wilson, Boghall, Houston. 
Wm. Scott, Denniston, Kilmalcolm. 
Peter Holmes, Priestside, Kilmalcolm. 
Wm. Whyte, Auchens, by Johnstone. 
Robert Wilson, Manswraes, Bridge of Weir 
Ninian Parker, Wardbowie, Howwood. 
George Gilmour. Satuiland. Barrhead. 
David Osborne, Craig, Neilston. 
Jumes Blair, Bankfoot, Inverkip. 
Wm. Rodger, Crook, Mearns. 
Neil MColl, Mid Walkinshaw, by Renfrew. 
William Clark, Netherlea, Cathcart. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Benjamin Lang, solicitor, 94 High street. Paisley 
Office-bearers elected November of each year 


Renfrewshire Police. 

Head Qdaeters — County Buildings, Love Street, Paisley. 

Chief Consto6/e— Charles Harding. 

Head Quaeters or Hojie Division — Superintendent Wilson in charge, assisted by the Office 

Inspector. Stations — Paisley, Bishopton, Elderslie, Half-way House, Inchinnan, Linwood, 

Nethercraigs, Scotstoun, and Yoker. 
Greenock or Western Division — Supt. Gordon in charge. Stations — Greenock, Gateside, 

Gourock, Inverkip, Kilmalcolm, Langbank, Wemyss Bay, and Clune Brae. 
Kilbarchan or Southern Division — Inspector Graham in charge. Stations — Kilbarchan 

Bridge of Weir, Crosslee, Howwood, and Lochwinnoch. 
PoLLOKSHAWs OR EASTERN DIVISION — Inspector Geddes in charge. Stations — Pollokshaws, 

Cathcart (New), Cathcart (Old). 
Newton-Mearns (Sub-Division) — Sergeant M'Candless in charge. Stations — ^Newton-Mearns, 

Busby, Eaglesham, Gitfnock, and Thornliebank. 
Barrhead Division — Inspector Tosh m charge. Stations — Barrhead, Neilston, Nltshill, and 

Port-Glasgow Division — Inspector Craig in charge. Station— 'Rnvgh. of Port-Glasgow. 

4th Battalion Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders. 

cLate Royal Renfrew Militia). 
Colonel and Lieut.-Colonel Commanding— A. C. D. Dick, C.B., St. Aidans, North Berwick. 
Majors and Hon. Lieut. -Colon els — M. D. Campbell, D.S.O., Innischonan, Argyleshire, and 

Major The Hon. T. H. A. E. Cochrane, M.P., Crawford Priory, Cupar Fife. 
Adjutant— Ca-ptSim F. J. Richardson, D.S.O., Barracks, Paisley, and Swindridge Muir, Dairy 
Quartermaster —Ca.j)ta,m R. C. Williamson, Oldhall, Paisley. 
Medical Officer— James Duncan, M.D., Churchhill house, Paisley. 


Sergeant-Major— li. Robertson, 7 Wardrop street, Paisley. 
Quartermaster-Sergeant— Matthew MLachlan, Barracks. 
Sergeant Instructor of Musketry— J. Mackie. 
Orderly Room Clerk— W. G. S. Maxwell, Barracks. 
Sergeant Drummei — P. M'Gillewie, Barracks. 
Sergeant Piper — A Feiguson, Barracks. 



Cross of Paisley to Different Places In the County. 

m. f. 

Abercorn buildings, 22 Gauze street, 

Abbey Kirk, 16 Smithbills, 

Abbey Mause, 7 Garthland street — Rev. Dr. Gentles, 

Abbotsincb, 1 

Adelphi mill place — Johnstone, 4 

Arden Lime Kilns — Darnley, 5 

Arthurlie, 3 

Arthurlie Bleachfield, 4 

Arthurlie House — Barrhead, 4 

Arthurlie Inn, 3 

Auchentorlie — Alexander Cattauch, 

Auldhouse Bleachfield, 6 

Bankbouse — Johnstone, 3 

Banktop Works, 3 

Barbush, , 3 

Bargarren 5 

Barr Castle 10 

Barshaw — Mrs. James Arthur, 1 

Barshaw Park, 1 

Barskivan, 1 

Barrhead — United Presbyterian Church (j^yate of) 4 

Beauchamp place — Love street, 

Bishopton, 6 

Blackball— Mr. David Riddell, farmer, 1 

Blythswood House — Lord Blythswood of Blythswood, 3 

Bnibloch— "W. Holms-Kerr, 

Bridge of Elliston — road to Beiil) 6 

Bridge of Weir (Cross) — Wheat Sheaf Inn, 7 

Bridge of Weir Church (gate of) 6 

Broadly Flax Mill 5 

Broomlands (head of West street) — Old Deer Inn, 

Broomlands (No. 41) head of — Ferguslie East lane, 

Broomward House (Bridge of Weir), 7 

Bnrnbrae— R. T. N. Speirs of Culdees Castle, 3 

Calderhaugh Mill, 9 

Calder Park Mills, Lochwiunoch, 9 

Calside (head of Stock street), 

Camphill, ,,„ 

Cailebar, ^, 4 

Carruth, 8 

Cartside Mill— Smith & M'Laurin, ...........,.............'.".'.'.'. 4 























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4 36 




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Causeyside (foot of New street), 1 23 

Caiiseyside. head of (No. 59), ? ^ ^ 

Chappel Bleachfield, o - ^^ 

Chappel Works?, ^ \ ^ 

Colinslee, - I 

Cochrane place— road from Paisley to Howwood, 4 o ^2 

Cotton street (No. 1), ^ J *^(J 

Cross Arthnrhe, 5 ^ o^ 

Cross Arthurlie Prititlield, ^ ^21 

Crofthead , ^ ^ ^a 

Crofthead Mill, 5 7 

Crofthead Bleachfield, near Neilstou, ^ 28 

Cowcrlen Coal Works, 5 IL 

A 7 2 

Cowo-len, ' 

Crossflat <> 4 35 

Crosslee, ? a 19 

Crosslee H^nise, _ j" 

Crosslee Mills, 5 7 10 

Darnley House, the ancient residence of Lord Darnley (in ruins) 4 2 L3 

Dunterlie Cottaofe, •■• ^ ^ „^ 

Dunterlie (Barrhead), ^ ^ ^^^ 

Elderslie House, 3 2 32 

Elderslie Cottage, ^ S 1^ 

Elderslie Cross — Elderslie lun, 2 2 19 

Elderslie Mill, 2 4 36 

Elderslie Old House (the birth-place of Sir William Wallace), 2 5 1() 

Eastwood Kirk (J 3 2 

Fairhill— John Hutchison, ^ ^ ^ 

Fereneze Calico Priutfield, 3 5 lb 

Fereneze Cotton Mill ^ ^ ?* 

Fergusly (near the site of Fergusly Castle), 1 2 36 

Ferguslie Hill (Paisley), ^ ^ J 

Ferguslie House, 1 36 

Floors Mill f ^l ?1 

Foxbar, via Muikleriggs, ''^ 


GallowhiU—H. H. Smiley, 12 

Garthland Place (No. 4), 3 2 

Gas Work, Johnstone, 3 6 38 

Gateside Mill Printwork (by Chappell), 4 5 3 

Glanderstone Bleacbfleld (south of Barrhead), 5 35 

Glenfield Works, 2 1 16 

Glenpatrick Printwork, • ^ ^ ^ 

Glentyan House, ^ 11 ^^ 

Graham stone Cross — Barrhead Railway Station, 3 3 38 

Greenbank Fancy Dyeworks — Pollokshaws, 6 1 32 

Greenhill House,'. ^ 5 ^5 

Greenock, J " 

Greenln w House, _| 

Gryfe Bank House— Bridge of Weir, J 

Gryfe Grove Mill— Bridge of Weir, " 

Gryfe Mills, "^ 


5 10 

2 27 

3 9 


Hagg Mill, Johnstone, 4" o (i 

Haugh—Hurlet road, leading to Pollukshaws, [ 4 1 29 

Hawkhead House 2 12 

Hawkhead Corn, Flour, and Barley Mills— j. & R. Ramsay, " 17 2 

High street (head of Lady lane), ..'. 2 35 

Houston Cross (by JohuHtone and Crosslee), 6 7 5 

Houston Free Oburch, 6 6 26 

Houston Parish Church, 7 29 

Houston Parish Manse, 6 3 38 

Houston Bleachfield, "'"_ ' 7 i 23 

Househill House (road from Hurlet to Pollukshaws), 3 7 18 

Howwood — Buck's Head Inn, 5 6 32 

Hurlet (cross roads)— Archibald Renfrew, blacksmith, 3 32 

Hurlet Alum Works, 3 1 30 

Hurlet Alum and Copperas Works, 3 1 26 

Inchinnan Bridge, 2 5 20 

Inchinuan Kirk, 2 7 15 

Inchinnan Manse, 2 7 2 

lukermann, 2 7 

Johnstone Castle, _ 3 5 8 

Johnstone Cross (near Black Bull Head lun), , 3 5 34 

Johnstone Fiax Mill— Fiulayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd., 3 6 33 

Johnstone Mill— William Paton Ltd., 3 6 27 

Kilbarchan (Cross) 5 4 30 

Kilbarchan Parish Kirk, 5 5 6 

Kilbarchan Parish Manse, 5 2 26 

Kilbarchan Uuited Presbyterian Manse, " 5 6 30 

K inside House, 4 31 

Kirktoufield, ..... 5 3 28 

Kilmalcolm, n j q 

Langbank, 10 2 

Lang«ide— memorable for the defeat of Queeu Mary's troops, 13th 

May, 1568, 7 2 20 

Levern Bank luu, 5 4 3 

Levern Mill, !..."."!"'.! 4 4 20 

Linclive, 2 4 15 

Linside, '"""!!^!!!!"!"!!"!!'!!!!"!"!!!!!!""!""";!!!!I!!! 050 

Linwood Cottt)u Works, 3 3 10 

Liicher Bank, 6 11 

Lochwinnoch Cross (Black Bull inn), !..."!!..."!!'.!"."!^!".!! 9 6 1 

Luchwiunoch Parish Kirk, 9 5 25 

Lochwinuoch Parish Manse, !!..!'!!.." 10 2 39 

Lochwinnoch Roadhead lun !..!!"....!!.! [^."...^."..^........ 8 4 24 

Lochwinnoch United Presbyterian Chuichr^^"^!^!^^"!!!"."!".!".!..!! 9 1 17 

Lochwinnoch United Presbyterian Manse, 9 5 4 

Love street (No. 50.), 3 12 

Lylesland, ..............!."."!!!!! 7 

Maxwellton Housfi .. 7 8 


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Maswellton street (Horse Shoe) — near this spot several persons, con- 
demned for witchcraft, were burned in 1697, 

Maxwelhon (No. I), 

IMerksworth Cottage, Inchinuau road, 1 

]\Iidtonfield, 5 

Millbank, 10 

Millarston (Bridge)— Candren burn, 1 

TVIilliken 4 

Mount Pleasant (Johnstone), 3 

Mount Pleasant (Paisley) — Rev. Dr. Hutton, 

Neilston Cross (opposite Parish Church Gate), 5 

Neilston Pai-ish Manse, .. ^ 

Nethercom mon, — 

Netherfield, 4 

Nether Kirkton, 5 

Newfield— Mr. R. Watson, 4 

New Mill (Bridge of Weir), 7 

New Mill (Johnstone), 3 

Newton of Belltrees, 8 

Nitsbill Alum and Copperas Works, 3 

Nitshill (Cross), 3 

Old Mill (Bridge of Weir), 7 

Old Mill (Johnstone), .. 3 

Paisley Barracks, 

Paisley East Toll Bar (late), 

Paisley Gas W^>rks — George Hislop, engineer and manager, 

Peocklaud House (Johnstone), 3 

Peockland Mill (Johnstone) — D. Biggart & Sons, 3 

Pollok, 5 

PoUokshaws (Cross), (J 

Port-Glasgo w, 13 

Quarrel ton, 3 

Ralston House, 1 

R«nf re w Cross, 2 

Renfrew Ferry, '^ 

Rosebank Cottage, Johnstone, 3 

Saint Fillan's Catholic Church, Houston, 6 

Saint John the Evangelist's Church, Barrhead, 4 

Sandyford (West), 1 

Saucel Bank House, 

Sacell Brewery, 

Shaw Mill, 6 


South Arthurlie Printfleld — Z. Heys & Sons, 3 

Springbank Field — near Neilston, 5 

Spri ngfield, 4 

Springfield House, 4 

Springhill House, 4 

St. James street (No. 20) — head of Caledonia street, 

Storie street (No. 32) foot of, 

Stow place, 



























































































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Thornbill House, 3 2G 

Thorn, 3 

Thornliebank House, 5 6 21 

Thornliebauk New Field— Walter Crum & Co., 5 5 \ 

Thornliebank Printfield and Mill— do., 5 7 12 

Three Mile House — Glasgow road, 3 3 

Trees, 3 4 35 

Underwood Cottage — Mr. J. B. Lamb, architect and surveyor, 3 16 

Underwood Power-loom Weaving Factory— R. & J. P. Kerr, 4 2 

Upper (jrreenbank — Polloksbaws, 6 3 6 

View Bank (Calside), 7 9 

Wellmeadow (No. 21), 4 

West Anhurlie Bleachfield, 3 7 28 

West Hnrlet House, 2 7 10 

Woodf oot (Houston parish), 6 31 

Woodside (once the seat of a Koioau camp) — Mr. Archd. Coats, 6 14 

Woodside (Kilbarchau), 5 4 13 



ADAM, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, New buildings, Canal street — ho 

New buildings 
Allan, James, dairyman, 8 Barnett place, Yoker ; house 9 Green 

road, Yoker 
Allen, H. S., M.A., B.Sc, electrical engineer, Blythswood Labora- 
tory — ho. 5 Oxford drive 
Anderson, Daniel, confectioner, Newton, Moorpark 
Anderson, Rev. George, B.D., minister of the Established Church, 

The Manse, Alexandria drive 
Anderson, Robert, Glenavon, Clyde street 
Anderson, Thomas, 1 Houston terrace, Paisley road 
Anderson, Mary, confectioner, 29 Fulbar street — ho. 12 Canal st. 
Anderson, Mrs., Longcroft house, Inchinnan road 
Andrews, Sarah, ironmonger, 63 High street— house do. 
Angus, William, grocer, 1-2 Moorpark terrace 
Angus, William, grocer, 11 Barnett place, Yoker 

BABCOCK & WILCOX, Ltd., patent water tube boilermakers 

and engineers, South Renfrew 
Bain, James, police sergeant — house 11 Fulbar street 
Baird, Colin P., draper, Bank buildings, The Cross — ho. 3 Oxford 

terrace, Oxford road 
Baird, James, Croftvale cottage 
Barr, James, headmaster, Yoker school 
Bennie, Robert, Blythswood lodge 
Beveridge, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 36 Hairst 

street — house 34 do. 
Black, James, wholesale confectioner and tea dealer, 94-96 High st. 

— house 64 do. 
Black, D., plumber, 10 Paisley road — house 18 do. 
Blair, James, grocer, Dunlop street — house do. 
Blake, Rev. B., B.D., Hamilton Memorial U.F. Church Manse, Yoker 
Blythswood, the Right Hon. Lord, of Blythswood, and 2 Seamore 

place, Mayfair, London 
Blythswood Laundry (Mrs. Philip, mistress), 61 Manse st. — ho. do. 
Blythswood Restaurant, Mrs. Maxwell, 51 Hairst street 


Bonar, John, stationer and tobacconist, 4 Fulbar street and 16 

Canal street — house 20 Canal street 
Bower, Mrs. Johanna, grocer, Ferry road-head, Yoker 
Braggins, Joseph, laundry manager, 138 High street 
Brisbane, Alexander, provision merchant, 8 High street — house 

6 Muir street 
British Linen Coy. Bank; Agents, John M'Laren and John Stony, 

The Cross 
Brodie, John, of M'Gregor & Brodie — house Albert cottage, Paisley 

Brown, Andrew, of William Simons & Co., Ltd., Castlehill 
Brown, Andrew M'N., engineer, of Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd. — 

house Strathclyde, Dumbreck, Glasgow 
Brown, James M'N., engineer, Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd. — house 15 

Falkland mansions, Hyndland, Glasgow 
Brown, John, Blythswood main lodge 

Brown, Thomas, smith and farrier, 27 Hairst street — house do. 
Brown, Walter, shipbuilder, of Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd. — house 

Brown, William, of Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd. — house Meadowflat 
Bryce, W. & W., drapers, 31 High street — house Hamilton drive, 

Buchanan, Archibald, registrar of births, &c., for the Parish of 

Renfrew, assessor for the Burgh of Renfrew, and session clerk, 

27 Queen street 
Buchanan & French, timber merchants, Albert Saw mills, Porterfield, 

and 52 St. Enoch square, Glasgow 
Buchanan, J., confectioner, china and hardware merchant, 30 

Fulbar street — house 28 do. 
Buchanan, J., grocer, Neil buildings. Ferry road — house 7 Clyde 

Buchanan, John, of Buchanan & French, Albert Saw Mills — house 

Glynhill, Paisley road 
Buckle, William, grocer, 7 Hairst street — house 15 Hairst street 
Budge A., & Co., drapers, Blythswood house, Lichinnan road 
Burgh Stables, 10 Glebe street 
Burns, Robert, manager at Co-operative (Equitable) Central Store 

24-26 High street; house Sandyford, Broadloan 

CALDER, Duncan Forbes, timekeeper, Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. — 

house 12 Canal street 
Caldwell, Hugh, slater, 50 High street — house 46 do. 
Cameron, Hugh, at Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd.— ho. 40 Camperdown 

street, Scotstoun 


Cameron, Samuel, dairyman, 6 Glebe street 

Campbell, Alexander, contractor, Longcroft, Inchinnan road 

Campbell, John, painter and decorator, 4 Laurence place, 58 Hairst 
street — house Ballochmyle, Paisley road 

Campbell, William, cemetery superintendent, Arkleston cemetery 

Campbell, Mrs. Robert, farmer, New Mains, Paislej^ road 

Canning, Robt., fiesher, 9 Moorpark ter. — ho. 23 Queen st., Paisley 

Carlin, Margaret, cooking depot, 25 Ferry road 

Carlisle, James, draper, 12 Paisley road — house 16 do, 

Carruth, James, Albert laundry, Paisley road — house 1 Canal st. 

Carruth, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Canal street — 
house do. 

Carruthers, James, boot and shoemaker, 7^ Moorpark terrace — ho. 
20 Paisley road 

Chester, Edward, & Co., Limited, mining machinery, engineering^ 
and boiler works, Renfrew 

Clark, William, wine and spirit merchant, 69 and 71 High strcea 
— house 4 King's lane 

Coia, Francesos, ice cream vendor, 25 High street 

Colquhoun, Robert, tailor and clothier, 13 Hairst street — house 
9 Bell street 

Co-operative Coal Depot, Fulbar street 

Co-operative (Equitable) Store, 24 High street; D. Michie, sales- 
man Branch, Inchinnan road ; James Smith, salesman. 
Fleshing department. Church St.; Alexander Stewart, sales- 
man. Boot Department, 26 High street ; Miss Surgeoner,. 
saleswoman. Drapery Department, 22 High street — Miss Gill, 
saleswoman. Grocery Branch No. 2, Moorpark — William 
Hunter, salesman. Fleshing Branch No. 1, Moorpark — A. F, 
Mutch, salesman 

Connell, John, riveter, 21 Queen street 

Cormick, Mrs. Alexander, Clydebank house, Yoker 

Coulter, W. H., dairy, 12 Moorpark terrace — house 13 do. 

Craig, Robert, engineer manager to Lobnitz & Co. Ltd. — house 
Gordon villa 

Crawford, John, grocer, 20 Moorpark — house do. 

Gumming, John, ilesher. Cross — house Hermitage. 

DAVIDSON, John, clerk to George Wilson & Co. — house 38 

Devine, Mrs. W., confectioner, 35 Manse street 
Davis, Walter, tobacconist, Ferry-roadhead, Yoker 
Dickie, David G., accountant. Union Bank House, Gartshore 
Dickie, John, grocer, 6o High street — house 28 Inchinnan road 


Dickson, James, boot manufacturer, 4 Hairst street 

Disher, E., fruiterer and confectioner, 25 Orchard street — house 1 

Tennant street 
Donald, Andrew, grocer and wine merchant, 13 High street — house 

Bon Accord villa. Paisley road 
Donald, Archibald, confectioner, tobacconist, and cycle repairer, 29 

Canal street — house do. 
Donaldson, James, consulting engineer, Glasgow — house Almond 

villa, Paisley road 
Dougal, Charles, joiner, 4 Blythswood road 
Douglas, Mrs., Neil buildings, Ferry road 

Drew, Alexander, dairyman, Ferry-roadhead, Yoker — house do. 
Drysdale, A., draper, 13 Canal street — house Croft cottage 
Duncan, Robert, grocer and provision merchant, 50 Hairst street — 

house 2 Oxford terrace 
Duncan, Miss Barbara, Clydebank cottage, Yoker 
Duncan, Mrs. Robert, Clydeview, Clyde street. 
Dunsmuir, Robert, M.B., CM., Cross Apothecaries' Hall — house 

Barskimming, Paisley road 

EASTMANS LTD., butchers, 3 High street 
Elliot, Matthew, grocer, 4 Paisley road 
Evangelistic Hall, 9 Wilson street 

Ewing, William S., manager to William Simons & Co. Ltd. — house 
Oxford drive 

FERGUSON. James A., factor to Elderslie Estates, Elderslie 

Estates Office, Deanside — house Deanside 
Ferguson, Peter, 19 Exchange square, Glasgow — house Croftenrigh 
Ferguson, Miss, Home farm, Blythswood 
Filshill, Miss, Union house, Pinkerton lane 
Finlay, Archibald, Railway lodge, Blythswood 
Findlay, Norman, grocer and provision merchant, 17 High street — 

house 15 do. 
Fiunie, George, 14 Bell street 
Forsyth, George, cycle depot, 59 Hairst street — house 34 Inchinnan 


GALBRAITH, William, grocer, &c., 30 Canal street — house 

Muirston, Paisley 
Gallacher, John, Avine and spirit merchant, 27 Ferry road — house 

46 Orchard street 
<jalloway, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 30 Moorpark ; 

house Hope cottage, Paisley road 


Gallacher, Mary Ann, confectioner, 32 High street — house do. 

Gibson, B., draper, 38 Pulbar street 

Gilchrist, Mrs., cowfeeder, 12 Bell street 

Gillan, Hugh, stationer and tobaccouist, 5 Barnett place and Fcrry- 

roadhead, Yoker 
Glen, George, manager of distillery, Yoker — ho. Yoker holm. 
Glen, Mrs., fruiterer, Lawrence place, Hairst street 
Gold, Andrew, tailor, 38 Hairst street 
Gold, Andrew, keeper of baths — ^house 12 Manse street 
Godsraan, John, spirit merchant, 21 Canal st. — ho. 51 do. 
Goodwin, J. T., Cluny villa. Paisley road 
Gordon, Alexander, hairdresser, 42 Hairst street — house 41 do. 

HALL, Ellen, toy and china merchant, 69 Hairst street 
Hamilton, Andrew, railway inspector, and agent for Caledonian 

Insurance Co. — house 37 Bell street 
Hardie, Mrs., grocer, Newtown, Moorpark— ho. do. 
Harper, Andrew R., B.L., writer and notary public, Town-Clerk, 

Municipal bnildings — house The Haining 
Harvey's Yoker Distillery Ltd., Yoker 
Hendry, David, chemist, Cross Apothecaries' Hall — house Oxford 

Hendry, William, wine and spirit merchant, 13 Meadowside street 

— house Blythswood drive 
Hendry, Mrs. James, baker, 4 Barnett place and 10 Gladstone 

place, Yoker ; house 10 Gladstone place 
Hill, James, M.D., 17 Hairst street— house Argyll lodge 
Hill, Rev. Robert, M.A., minister of Free Church — manse Renfield 

Hill, William, writer, 21 Dunlop st. — house 3 Gateside, Renfrew 

road. Paisley. Telephone 125, Paisley 
Hillcoat, Daniel, joiner and builder, 7 Fulbar street — ho. Fulbar s!. 
Hogarth, Rev. John. M.A., Trinity Manse, Paisley road 
Hogg, John Duncan, provision importer, Glasgow ; ho. Westfield, 

Paisley road 
Hood, Henry, baker, 6 Moorpark terrace and Canal street ; 

house Drumchapel, Scotstoun 
Houston, David, & Currie. writers, Manse street 
Hunter, Robert, spirit dealer, 3 Canal street — ^^house Oxford drive 

INNES, William, caretaker of Municipal buildings, superintendent 
of fire brigade, and public weigher, Town Hall — ho. Victoria 
mansions, 12 Canal street 

Irvine, Thomas, hair-dresser, 43 High street — ho. 49 Manse st. 



JACK, John, Home cottage, Paisley road 

Jack, Maggie, milliner, 10 Barnett place, Yoker — ho. 51 Alexander 

street, Clydebank 
Jenkins, George, agent. Union bank of Scotland Ltd — ho. Jesmond 
Johnson, Minnie, milliner and baby linen warehouse, 44 Hairst st 
Johnston, Thomas, millwright and teak wood flowerpot maker, 18 

Fulbar street ; house do. 

KENNEDY, Jas., tailor and clothier, 29 Hairst st.— ho. 72 Fulbar st, 

Kennedy, John, blacksmith, Lawrence place; ho. 24 Paisley road.. 

Kerr & Watson, arcliitects, 16 Fulbar street 

Keter, Robert, dairyman, 27 Fulbar street ; house 1 Bell street 

Keter, William, farmer, Bogside 

Kiddie, James, hairdresser, 18 Moorpark 

JvininmOnt, Robert, farmer, Fauldshead 

Kirk, Arthur, restaurant, Porterfield road ; house do. 

Kirk, Leslie, painter and decorator, 17 Inchinnan road — house 

Beachcroft, Clydebank 
Kirk, Thomas D., cashier at Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. — house 25 

Keir street, Pollokshields 
:'Kni gilt, William, manager at George Wilson & Co.'s — house 

Moorpark house 

LANG, Robert, spirit merchant, 1 Victoria drive, Moorpark — house 

5 Plouston terrace 
Lang, M. B., 2 Houston terrace, Paisley road 
Lang, William B., shipwright, 4 Tennant street 
Lawrence, William, engineer, Neil buildings, Ferry road 
Lemay, Thomas, engineer,. Blythswood laboratory; ho. 41 Bell st. 
Liddell, Archibald, grocer, 45 High street— house 64 do. 
Lighbody, Thomas, manager of gasworks — house 47 Ferry road 
Lobnitz & Co., Ltd., engineers and shipbuilders 
Lobnitz, Fred., of Lobnitz & Co., Ltd. — house Clarence house 
, Logan, George, sergeant of police, 9 Hairst street 
Logan, Peter, foreman shoemaker to Equitable Co-operative Society 

— house Orchard street 
Longhurst, M. F., 23 Bell street 
Lorimer, Walter, ironmonger, 53 Hairst street — house Park place, 

Queen street 
Loudon, John, builder and slater, Inchneuk 
'Low, John S., general manager to Edward Chester & Co., Ltd.— 

house Porterfield house 
Lyon, Peier, grocer and provision merchant, 26 Fulbar street — ho. 

5 Oxford terrace 


MAIN, P. S., keeper, Masonic Hall — house 11 High street 
Manson, A. & M., drapers, 6 High street — ho. Wellcroft cottage 
Methven, John, gardener, Blythswood 
Miller, Alex., janitor. Grammar School and Blythswood Testimonial 

— house Schoolhouse 
Millar, B. J., steel founder, Paisley road — hcxise Turret villa. 

Paisley road 
Millar, Isaac, confectioner, 47 Hairst street ; ho. do. 
Miller, James, teller, British Linen Bank ; house 72 Fulbar street 
Miller, William, house, property, insurance and shipping agent, 

65 Hairst street 
Miller, John, of Wm. Miller, house factor and insurance agent, 65 

Hairst street — house 48 do. 
Miller, Mrs,, confectioner, 37 Hairst street 

Milliken, James, grocer and flesher, 79 Hairst st ; ho. Hainings 
Monteith, H., 20 Manse street 

Montgomerie, Robert, baker, 7 Inchinnan road — house 9 do. 
Montgomery, Rev. John, R.C. clergyman, Clydebank 
Moorpark Post Office, 5 Moorparkter. — Peter Paton, sub-postmaster 
Morton, H. S., of H. S. Morton & Co. ; house Haining loan 
Morton, H. S,, & Co., drapers, 11 Hairst street 
Muir, Andrew P., auctioneer and valuator. Gowanlea villa. Paisley 

road, and 47 Sauchiehall street, Glasgow 
Muir, Lilias M., confectioner and newsagent, 30 Hairst st. — ho. do. 
Muirhead, David, wine and spirit merchant, 1 & 2 Barnett place, 

Yoker — house Partick 
Mulhern, James, confectioner, 28 Moorpark 
Mulhern. James, fruiterer, confectioner, and tobacconist, Ferry- 

roadhead, Yoker 
Munro, Thomas, grocer, 29 Orchard street ; house M'Farlane place, 

48 Hairst street 
Munro, Miss J., umbrella maker, 40 Canal street — house do. 
Murison, Jas. I., watchmaker, jeweller, and optician. Bank buildings, 

Cross ; house Oxford drive 
Murray, Mrs. W. G., dairy, 12 Orchard street — house Renfield st. 
Myles, Wm., jnnr., agent for Savings Bank, factor, insurance agent, 

and licensed valuator. Savings Bank ; house Lilliaslea 

M'ALLISTER, Thomas G., agent, Caledonian Railway, Fulbar 

street — house 28 Inchinnan road 
M'Auslan, Elizabeth, stationer, 13 Inchinnan road; ho. Hawthorn 

cottage. Broad loan 
M'Burnie, Alexander, confectioner, 18 Orchard street 
M'Call, William, spirit merchant, 44 Fulbar street — house 42 do. 


M'Chleaiy, John, boot and shoe maker, 28 Canal street — house 

Mill road, Yoker 
M'Clue, J. D., hatter and hosier, 1.5 Canal st — ho. 4 Muir street 
M'Clunsr, Matthew, confectioner. 8 Orchard street ; house do. 
M'Clnskey, Rev. Robt. J., parish priest. Chapel hcuse, In3hinnan rd. 
M'Cormick, Hugh, spirit dealer, 103 High street — house 101 do. 
M'Donald, Sergeant Angns, retired, 23 Orchard street 
Macdonald, James, fruiterer and confectioner, 7 High street — house 

fi Onep.n street 
M'Donald, James, traveller — honse 3 Houston terrace. Paisley road 
Macdougall, Robert, saddler, 33 High street — honse do. 
M'Ewen, John, Renfrew and Glasgow cairier, Osborne street and 

Queen street, Glasgow — house Longcroft 
M'Ewan, Mrs., draper, 33 Hairst street 
M'Fadyen, Andrew, bootmaking and repairing shop, 1 "Wilson st. 

— house 4 Bell street 
M'Geoch, Robert, plumber, ironmonger, and cycle builder, 25 Dunlop 

street — house do. 
M'Geoch, Thomas, hardware merchant, 14 Moorpark terrace — ho. 

Sandy road 
M'Gilp, M'Leith, butcher, Ferry-roadhead, Yoker 
M'Ginuigle, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, 27 High street 

— house 9 Fulbar street 
M'Glashan, John, F.E.IS., schoolmaster, Renfrew Grammar School 

— house Rowanbank. Paisley road 
M'Gown, Andrew, Avine and spirit merchant, Ferryroadhead, Y^oker 
M'Gregor, Daniel, foreman boilermaker — honse 29 Ferry road 
'M'Gregor & Brodie, wholesale upholsterers and cabinet makers, 

South Renfrew 
M'Gregor, John, of M'Gregor & Brodie — house Strathearn cottage, 

Paisley road 
M'Gregor, jun., John, of M'Gregor & Brodie, 20 Seaforth terrace 
M'Intosh, John, Avine and spirit merchant, Glasgow and South- 
western Hotel, 7 Clyde street — house do. 
M'Intyre, Alexander, flesher, 14 Canal street — house Glebe cottage 
Macintyre, John T., Post Oflice, Yoker — house Graham place 
M'Intyre, W. & J., fleshers, 57 Hairst street— ho. 36 Fulbar st. 
M'Intyre, Mrs. James, flesher, 51 High street — house 64 do. 
M'Kechnie, Robert, wright, 5 Muir street — house 3 do. 
M'Kechnie, Mrs. John, wine and spirit merchant, Ferry inn, Clyde 

M'Keddie, Miss, confectioner, 23 Fulbar street 
M'Kenzie, Robert, stationer and tobacconist, 4 High street and 11 

Moorpark terrace — house 6 Blythswood road 


M'Kerrell, John, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 9 High street — house 

Eavenscraig, Paisley road 
M'Klnnon, G., bootmaker, 20 High street 
M'Laren, J., Town Chamberlain, and agent Briti^-h Linen Coy. Bank, 

The Cross— house Wellcroft 
M'Laren, R. A., manager with Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. ; ho. South. 

Gallowhill house, Paisley 
M'Lauchlan, Mrs., dressmaker, 16 Moorpark terrace 
M'Lean, Archibald, cattle dealer, Albert drive. Paisley road 
M'Millan, Archibald, gardener, Elderslie gardens 
MacMillan, Duncan, Chief Coi>stable, Police Chambers — house 

Glebe street 
MacMillan, Duncan, Inspector of Explosives and Common Lodging 

Houses, Prosecutor in Dean of Guild Conrt, Inspector of 

Lighting, and Inspector of Weights and Measures — house 

Glebe street 
M'Millan, John, foreman carter, 10 Glebe street 
M'Millan, John, manager of Prince of Wales Coffee Palace, 80 

Fulbar street 
M'Murray, Wm. C, secretary Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd.— house 

M'Nair, Mrs. Adam, cowfeeder, 30 Bell street 
M'Neil, Daniel, carting contractor, 15 Manse street 
M'Phee, Henry, shoemaker, 14 Hairst street ; house Bell street 
M'Whinnie, James, butcher, 12 Fulbar street — house 9 do. 

NAPIER & CO., H. A., printers and stationers, 5 Canal* street 
National Telephone Company Limited, Renfrew Branch, 40 Hairst st. 
Nurses' Home, 63 Manse street 

ORR, Moses, wine and spirit merchant, Clydesdale bar, Yoker— 
house Strowan bank 

PARK, Mrs. R., Neil buildings. Ferry road 

Park, Alex., 24 Canal street — house 28 Canal street 

Parker, John R., inspector of poor, collector of rates for the 

Parish of Renfrew; clerk to Parish Council and Landward 

School Board, 76 Fulbar street 
Paterson, Adam R., burgh surveyor, Manse street — house Rock 

cottage, Glebe street 
Paton, John, farmer, Haining 
Paton, Peter, boot and shoe maker, 20 Moorpark terrace— house 

Ardmore, Paisley road 
Paton, Peter, sub-postmaster, 5 Moorpark terrace 


Peacock, Jolm, confectioner, 1 Paisley road 

Pollock, John, Blythswood lodge 

Post Office, 11 Inchinnan road — Robert Duncan, postmaster 

Prince of Wales Coffee Palace, 80 Fulbar st. — J. M'Millan, manager 

QUIN, William, restaurant, 17 Meadowside street — ho. Renfield st. 

RANKIN, Daniel, hairdresser, 8 Fulbar st. — house 11 Fulbar st. 
Raukine, George, 18 Canal street — house The Laurels, Hamilton 
Reid, George, marine draughtsman, Wm. Simons & Co. Ltd. — 

house Glebe street 
Reid, James G., Moorpark Bolt and Nut Works — ho. Oxford ter. 
Reid, Mrs., confectioner, Ferryroadhead, Yoker — house do. 
Reid, Mrs. Hugh, fruiterer and confectioner, 14 Paisley road 
Reid, R. L., Music instructor for Renfrew School Board, 7 Berlin 

terrace, Pollokshields 
Reid, William, assistant works manager at Babcock & Wilcox Ltd. 

— house Glenfruin, Clyde street 
Reid & Co., Moorpark Bolt and Nat Works, Renfrew 
Renfrew Ferry ; Peter Sliaw, manager — house North Ferry house, 

Renfrew Steam Laundry Coy., 104 High street ; manager, Joseph 

Renfrew Working Men's Investment and Building Society (Limited)^ 

8 Blythswood road — William L. Yuill, 8 Blythswood road, 

secretary and treasurer — house 37 Orchard street 
Reynard, Matthew A,, Assistant Inspector of Poor — house 4 Canal 

Reynolds, H. B., Plant Superintendent at Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd. 

— house Muii'park house 
Rhodes, Mrs., 4 Houston terrace 
Ritchie, James, baker, 19 High street — house 21 do. 
Ritchie, John, slater, Fulbar lane — house Bell street 
Ritchie, Robert, joiner, Fulbar lane — house 22 Renfield street 
Robb, Colin, wine and spirit merchant, Yoker 

Robertson, Colin, hairdresser, 16 Hairst street — ho. 20 Paisley road 
Rogers, Joseph, watchmaker, 5 Inchinnan road — house Ferguson st. 
Ross, Angus, stationmaster, Glasgow & South-Western Railway 

Co., Fulbar street, Wharf, and South Renfrew — house Fidbar 

Street Station 
Russell, James, hardware merchant and ironmonger, 10 Fulbar st.; 

house 64 High street 
Russell, James, ironmonger, Ferry-roadhead, Yoker 
Russell, Thomas S., baker, 46 High street — ho. Mayfield, Paisley rd. 


SALVATION Army Rooms, Orchard Street 

Savage, Robert, confectioner, 81 Ferry road 

Scott, John, confectioner and tobacconist, 71 Hairst street ; ho. do. 

Scott, junior, Thomas, grocer and wine merchant, Lyle place and 

M'Arthur street, Yoker 
Scott, Mrs. Janet, spirit dealer, 26 Manse street — house 64 Higlist. 
Scott, Mrs., baby linen warehouse, 10 Hairst street 
Sharp, Henry S., wine and spirit merchant, 39 and 41 High street 

— house 19 Dunlop street 
Shearer, Archibald, Rosevale cottage, Paisley road 
Sheridan, Michael L., pawnbroker, 75, 77, and 79 High st. — ho. do 
Short, William, butler, Blythswood house 
Sidey, John, grocer, 9 Canal street — house 11 Canal street 
Simons,William, & Co.,Ltd.,engineers,shipbuilders,and ironfounders, 

London works 
Simpson, James, wine and spirit merchant, 44 High street — house 

3 Inchinnan road 

Small, Thomas D., wine and spirit merchant, Ferryroadhead, Yoker 

Smith, Miss C, draper, 19 Moorpark terrace 

Speirs, Alexander Archibald, of Elderslie, Houston house and 

4 Hill street, Berkeley square, London ^ 
Speirs, Lady Anne, of Elderslie, Houston house, and 4 Hill street, 

Berkeley square, London 
Sproul, Robert, Glebe cottage. Glebe street 
Steel, Robert, confectioner, 18 Manse street 
Stevens, Wm. Goldie, physician and surgeon, 2 High street — 

house, Beechcroft villa. Paisley road 
Stevens, J. B., M.D., Moorpark surgery — house Beechcroft villa, 

Paisley road 
Stevenson, John, engineer at Thomson's, Clydebank ; house Yoker 

Stewart, Alexander, farmer, Mossland 
Stewart, James, cowfeeder, 35 Queen street 
Stewart, Robert, oamekee])er, Blythswood 
Stewart, Miss, Longcroft, Inchinnan road 
Storry, John, agent, British Linen Coy. Bank, The Cros^ ; house 

Cardeau, Albert drive 
Struthers, James, butcher, Barnett place, Yoker 
Struthers, John, wine and spirit merchant, 25 and 27 Hairst street 

—house 48 Hairst street ' 

Struthers, E., draper, 18 High st. ; ho. 1 Meadowside street 
Surtees, Francis Y., manager to Lobnitz & Co. (Limited) — house 

Oxford drive • 

Sutter, Esther, fruiterer, 11^ Moorpark terrace — ho. 5 Westbank ter. 


TAIT, James, shoemaker, 55 Hairst street ; house So Orchard st, 

Teesdale, James, grocer, 38 Bell street — house 9 Oxford terrace 

Telephone Call Office, 5 Canal street 

Templeton, R. & J., grocers, 10^ Canal street 

Thomson, Robert A., coal merchant, Fulbar street coal depot — ho, 

11 Canal street 
Thomson, William, factor for Renfrew Working Men's Investment 

and Building Society (Limited), 8 Blythswood road — house 37 

Orchard street 
Thomson, Miss, dressmaker, 28 Fulbar street — house do. 
Todd, James, spirit merchant, 52 Fulbar street 
Todd, John, fruiterer and confectioner, 14 High street ; house 

Rosebank, High street 
Torrance, Alex., Agent for Liverpool & London & Globe Assurance 

Co. and Renfrewshire Plate Glass Co., 28 Fulbar street 
Tripney, David, Neil buildings, Ferry road 
Tyre, James, clerk, 9 Fulbar street 

UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND Ltd.— George Jenkins, agent, 

The Cross 
Ure, Matthew, with Buchanan & French, Albert Sawmills ; house 


VERNAL, Dugald, joiner and ironmonger, 17 Canal street — 

house 73 High street 
"Vernal, D., & Sons, joiners and undertakers, 18 Wilson street 
Vernal, James, & Son, coal merchants, Fulbar street — house 68 do. 
Votessi, Donato, confectioner, 3 Wilson street and 21 Moorpark 

terrace ; house 5 Wilson street 

WALKER, Archibald, headmaster of Moorpark Public School — 

house Hillview, Yoker 
Walker, Mrs. M., spirit dealer, 21 Hairst street 
Walker, Thomas, grocer, Porterfield road — house do. 
Waterston, Miss, wine and spirit merchant, Lawrence place, Hairst 

street — house Craigard, Paisley road 
Watson, James, flesher, 19 Fulbar street — house 4 Muir street 
Watt, Mrs. John, 31 Bell street 
Weare, Henry, coachman, Blythswood lodge 
White, Andrew, gas manager, Blythswood Gasworks — house 

Whitehill, Robert, Bellvue, Paisley road 
Whyte, Archibald, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 55 High 

street — house Friarscroft 


Whyte, James, & Son, plumbers and gasfitters, 11 Manse street — 

house 9 do. 
Whyte, Mrs. J., Deneholme 

Wilson, George, & Co., muslin manufacturers, Moorpark factory 
Winning & Fulton, house factors, 19 Orchard street 
Wood, James, & Co., coal merchants, Eailway depots, Fulbar street^ 

Renfrew; Paisley telephone No. 36. (See advt.) 
Wood, James R., cashier to Lobnitz & Co., Ltd. — house Midfaulds 

cottage. Paisley road 
Wright, Daniel. St. Thomas' Croft 
Wright, Mrs. Peter, farmer, Kncck farm. Paisley. 

YOUNG-, John, fishmonger, 46 Hairst street — house 3 East Crofty 

Young, William Andrew, of Lobnitz & Co., Ltd. — ho. Millburn house 
Yuill, Mrs., 21 Bell street 




Census 1901. 

Parliamentary, Municipal, and Police, ... 4790 

Landward, , ..,.,. 2877 

Total Population of Parish, 7667 

Valuation of Keufrew Burgb, 1902-3 — 









£39,301 2s. 


RENFREW, with Rutherglen, Dumbarton, Kilmarnock, and Port-Glasgow, 
returns one Member to Parliament. Kilmarnock is the Returning Burgh. Par- 
liamentary constituency, 155o ; Municipal do., 1717. John M. Deany, M.P. (X. Z7.^ 


Provost — John Gumming. Bailies — Peter Ferguson and Robert Auderson. 

Dean oj" Guild — John Clark. Treasurer — James R. Wood. 


Andrew Brown. 
James Donaldson. 
James Milliken. 

John Brodie. 
Allan Stewart. 
William A. Young. 

Daniel Wright. 

Town Clerk — Andrew R, Harper. 

Town Chamberlain — John M'Lareu. 

Procurator-Fiscal — Robert Russell. Superintendent of Police — Duncan M'Mlllan. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures — Duncan M'Millan. 

Master oJ Works and Sanitary Inspector — Adam R. Paterson, C.E. 

The management of Police is vested in the Town Council. 
Bure:h Court held Fortnicflitlv on alternate Mondays. 


Provost, Magistrates, and Chairman of Parish Council for the time being. 
Andrew Brown. Daniel Wright. Fred. Lobuitz. Peter Ferguson. 

Assessor under the Lands Vcduation Act — Archibald Buchanan, Queen street. 

Quarter Sessions held first Tuesday of March, May, and August, and last 
Tuesday of October. Meetings for considering License Certificates held first 
"^J'ups'lay of May and last Tuesday of October. 


Superintended by Magistrates and Councillors. 
Captain — William Innes, Victoria mansions, 12 Canal street. 

Thomas M'Curdy, Canal street. Engineer. 
Alex. Campbell, 8 Bell street, Engineer. 
James Owens, 19 Orchard St., Fireman. 
Henry Christie, 20 Manse street. Rigger. 
Thomas Berry, 4 Bell street, Pdgger. 

Andrew Boden, 28 Bell street, Rigger. 
Alex. Gillies, 6 Bell st., Naval Pensioner. 
Joseph Coulter, Fireman. 
Thomas Goldie, 22 llenfield st., Phimher. 
James M'Murdo, Salisbury lev., Engineer. 




Cleric — Andrew R. Harper. Colkctor — John M'Laren. 

Andrew Ballantyne. 
Daniel Ferguson. 
VVilli.Hm Douglas, 
llusrh Stirliuar. 

And. Ballantyne. 
Alfred P. Guthrie. 


Chairman — Archibald Kerr, J.P, 
Councillors — 
William B. Flock hart. 
Alfred P. Guthrio. 
Rev, Robert Hill. 
Thomas Irvine. 

Alexander M'Gilp. 
Robert Scott. 
Robert Taylor 
Archd. Walker. 


Chairman— y^xWvAxa B. Flock hart. 

Archd. Walker, Yoker. 
Hugh Stirling. 

Alfred P. Guthrie. 
Wm. B. Flockhart. 

Robert Taylor. 
Archibald Walker. 


Chairman — Archibald Kerr. 
Hugh Stirling. I 

Alexander M'Gilp. j 

Repraseiitative to District Committee of County Council — 

Alfred P. Guthrie. 

' Registrar — Archibald Buchanan, Queen street. 

arish Council Chambers. 76 Fulbar stieet— John R. Parker, In^speclor of Poor. 
Collector of Rates, and Clerk. 
Assistant — Matthew A. Reynard. 
,i , Superintendent of ArMeston Cemetery — William Canipbe'l. 


•, C7mirmo?j— Archd. Buchanan. 


Rev. Robert J. M'Luskey. 
John M'Keuzie. 
Archd. Whyte. 

Jjimes Craig. 
Alex. M'Leod. 
James Tyre. 

Clerh, Correspondent^ and Treasurer — John Miller. 
Janitor — Alexander Miller. Officer — Alexander Gillies. 



Rev. Geo. Anderson, B.D. 
Rev. Jas. Cleland. 
Jas, B. Crombie, 

James A. Fergvisou. 
Rev. J. P. Hogarth, M. A. 
Walter Linton. 

George H. Lord. 
Clerh and Correspondent— ii ohn R. Parker. Joint-Treasurers— YLevYon & Harper, 


Postmaster — Robert Duncan, 11 Inchinnan Road. 

Deliveries — 7 a.m., 2.15 p.m., G.lo p.m. 11 a.m. to callers. 

Box Closes— 9,.ZQt a.m., 11.50 a.m., 2.50 p.m., 5.30 p.m. (except Saturdays), 

and 7.45 p.m. Sundays, 3.35 p.m. 



Town Clerk's OflBce, Muuicipal buildings — A. R. Harper. Town Chrk. 

Chamberlain's Office, Municipal buildings — J. M'Laren, Chamberlain. 

Assessor's Office, 27 Queen street — Archibald Buchanan, Assessor. 

Sanitary (Burgh) Inspector's Office — Adam R. Patersou, Inspector. 

Collector's Office for Poor, School, and Registration Rates, 76 Fulbar street — 

John R. Parker, Collect or. 
Parish Council Chambers, 76 Fulbar street — Jolin R. Parker, Cleric. 
Parish Collector's Office, 76 Fulbar street — John R. Parker, Collector. 
Post Office, 11 Inchinuan road — Robert Dwncan, Postmasttr. 
Police Chambers — Duncan M'Millan, Siqjerintendent. 
Registrar's Office, 27 Queen street — Archibald Buchanan, Reyistrar. 
Session Clerk's Office, 27 Queen street — Archibald Buchanan, /Session Clerk. 
Gas, Harbour, aud Public Rates Office, Muuicipal buildings — J. M'Laren, CollectQr, 
Union Bank, Municipal buildings — George Jenkins, Agent. 
British Linen Co. Bunk, The Cross— J. M'Laren and J. Storry, Agents. 
Dean of Guild Jourt — Adam R. Paterson, Siii'veyor. 
Master of Works — Adam R. Paterson. 
Medical Officer of Health— Dr. W. Goldie Stevens, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. 


. Herron & Harper, Municipal buildings. 
Harper, Andiew R., B.L., Municipal buildings. 
HU!, William, 21 Dunlop street. 
Houston, Diivid. & Currie. Manso street. 


Accident, Royal, Scottish Union and National — Herron & Harper, Town Clerks, 

Municipal buildings. 
Caledonian Insurance Company — Andrew Hamilton, 37 Bell street. 
Kent Fire and Life — William Miller, 65 Hairst street. 

Liverpool and London and Globe — Alexander Torrance, 28 Fulbar street. 
Northern — John R. Parker, 76 Fulbar street. 
Edinburgh Life Assurance Companj^, Norwich Union Fire Insurance Company, 

Sun Fire Office, Liverpool and London and Globe, Royal — John Stony, 

British Linen Company Bank, The Cruss. 
Royal, Scottish Alliance, Life Association of Scotland — George Jenkins, Union 

Bank, Municipal buildings. 
Scottish Union and Natienal, Northern Assurance Company, Caledonian, Royal, 

Equitable, Liverpool and London and Globe, Economic, Norwich Union — 

William Myles, jun., Savings Bank. 
Railway Passenger Insurance Company, Scottish Accident Insurance Company — 

Angus Ross. Station master, Fulbar street. 


William Miller. 65 Hairst street. 


W, Goldie Stevens, L.R.C.P., 2 High street — house Beechcroft, Paisley road. 
James Hill, M.D., 17 Hairst street — house Argyll lodge. 
J. B. Stevens, M.B., CM.. Moorpark — house Beechcroft, Paisley road. 
Robert Dunsmuir, M.B., CM., The Cross Apothecaries Hall — house Barskimming, 
Paisley road. 




Minister — Rev. George Anderson, B.D. 

Session-Clerh — Arcbd. Buchanau. Officer — William Fleming. 

Number of Sittings, 1050. 

The Sacrament takes place on the last Sundays of April and October. 


Minister — Rev. Robert Hil', M.A. 

Session-Clerk — Andrew Brown, Castlehill house, Ferry road. 

Convener, Seat-Letthiq Committee — Alexander Campbell, Ferry road 

Organist— ^e\\ M-Dougal. Officei'—T. M'Culloch, 21 Orchard street. 

Treasurer — Robert Anderson, Glinnaviu. 

Hours of Service — 11.15 a.m. and 1.45 p.m. 

Number of Sittings. 850. 

The Sacrament takes place on the third Sundays of March, June, September, 

and December. 


Minister — Rev. J. P. Hogarth. M.A. 

Session Cfe'A; — James Barr. Treasurer — William Cuchran, Blyths wood road. 

Officer — Robert Moffat. 

Hours of Service — 11.15 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

Number of Sittings, 900. 

The Sacrament takes place on the second Sundays of March, June, September, 

and December. 

Parish Priest— ^ev. Robert J. M'Cluskey, Chapel house, Inchinnan road. 



Renfield Street. 

Head Master— 5ohu M'Glashan, F.E.LS. 

Assistants — Georj^e Irving. M.A., William Clark, M.A., Robert Scott, M.A., 

John Adam, Thomas Mackie, John Barr, and Richard N. Thomson. 

Head Mistress — Marion Law. 

Assistants — J. Shearer, C. Paterson, Kate M'Kenzie, Jessie Loudon, Agues Bowie, 

Jessie F. Campbell, Jessie Richardson, Daisy M'Cuaig, M. M'Auslaud, and 

Ella Cleland. 

Dravtinq Mas'er — Charles Hayes. Singing Master — R. L. Reid. 

French Visiting Master— Yiew Hugo Yon Meurs, 50 Nithsdale road, Strathbungo. 

Drill Instructor — Alexander Gillies. Ja/«itor— Alexander Miller. 

ST. JAMES R.C. SCHOOL, Fulbar Street. 

Head Teacher — Mrs. Montgomery. 
Assistants — Misses M'Clusky, M'Caul, and Toner. 


Head J/as<e?'— James Barr. 
Assistants — William Leslie and Miss Manson 



Head MnsUr — Johu jNl'Kean. 

Assistants — Miss M'Leunau aud Charles M'Master. 


Head J/«6-<er — Archibald Walker. 

Assistants — Alexander S. Binuie aud Miss Stewart. 

Head Master — James S. M'Lennan. Assistant — Miss Pryde. 


Renfrew Equitable Co -Operative Society. — President — James Lang; 
Vice-President — John Auld ; Treasurer — John Davidson; Secretary — James 
Tyr9. Central Store — 24: and 26 High street ; No. 1 Branch — luchiunau road ; 
No. 2 Branch, Moorpark. 

Renfrew Prince of Wales Masonic Lodge, No. 426. — R.W.M. — John 
Stenhouse ; /iS. PF. — James Foulds ; J.W. — Peter Leggat ; Treasurer — James 
Hunter ; Secretary — James I. Murison ; Tyler — Peter S. Main. Hall — 11 High 

Renfrew Working Men's Investment and Bcilding Society (Limited), 
8 Blythswood Road. — President — Robert Rankin: Secretary and Treasurer — 
Wm, L. Yuill, 37 Orchard St.; Factor — William Thomsou, 37 Orchard at. 

Renfrew Reading and Recreation Club (Prince of Wales' Cafe). — 
President — John M'Laren ; Vice-President — John Findlay ; Secretary — Wm. 
Douglas ; Treasurer — David L. Murray. 

Renfrew Rifle Corps. — Armowy — 35 Hairst street. Major — W. Brown; 
Lieutenants — Andrew Browu aud Sam. S. Anderson; Drill Sergeant— '^eW Gray. 

Renfrew King's Inch Curling Club. — Patron — A. A. Speirs, of Elderslie ; 
Patroness — Lady Anne Speirs; President — Walter Shearer ; Vice-President — Johu 
Patou ; Re2)resentative AJembers — Robert Lang and Robert Meikle ; Treasurer — 
"William Myles ; Secretary — Robert Colquhoun. 

Renfrew Golf Club. — Hen. President — A. A. Spiers, Elderslie ; Captain 
— James Mansou ; Hon, Secretary and Treasurer — J ohn S lorry. 

Renfrew Horticultural iiociETY. — President — Johu Methven : Vice-President 
■ — Capt. Shearer; Treasurer — Lewis M'Ewan ; Secy. — Geoige Johnston, jun., 
Fulbar street. 

Renfrew Bowling Club. — President — Archibald Whyte; Vice-President — 
M. Sheridan ; Treasurer — Thomas Andersou ; Secretary — Thos. Buchanan, 27 
Queen street. 

Sons of Temperance Yale of Clyde Division 801. — Robert Mack, W.P.; 
."Wdliam Kuight, juc, F.S. ; John Davidson, Treasurer. Meets in the Rosebank 
Hall, High street, every alternate Tuesday at 8 p.m. 

Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (A.U.)- Bluebell Lodge, No. 1642. — 
John Beuuie, W.M.; John Leiper, D.M.; James Auld, P.M.; William B. Lang, 
21 Orchard street, F. Secretary ; James Paton, Treasurer; "Wm. Dougal, M.S.; 
James Kenney, Sick Steward ; James Crawley, Check Secretary ; James 
TuUoch, Guardian ; Archibald Service, Minstrel. Meets in the Evangelistic 
Hal], Wilson street, every alternate Monday, at 8 p.m. Election of OflSce- 
iJearers last meetings of Juue and December. 


Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (A.U.) Moorpark Crook and Plaid 

Lodge P. Pat.on, W.M.; J. Youag, D.M.; Secretary — J. Clark, 17 Moorpark 

terrace; Treasurer — George Kirkpatrick. Meets in Kirk's Restaurant every 
alternate Monday at 8 p.m. Election of OfEco-bearers last meetings of June and 

Renfrew Parish Penny Savings Bank. — Chairman — Rev. Geo. Anderson- 
B.D.; Secretary ~y^\\\\^ux Myles, jnn., Savings Bank ; Treasurer — Robert Wbiti^ 
hill. Meets every Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. 

FAIRS are held on the Third Tuesday of May and Last Friday of June. 
Market Day — Saturday. 

GLASGOW TRAMWAYS from Cross every ten minutes. 


GLASGOW and RENFREW CARRIER.— John M'Ewen, Longcroft, leaves 
Renfrew Cross daily, about 9 a.m.; leaves 63 Osborne street and 50 Queen 
street, Glasgow, daily, at 4 p.m. (Saturdays, at 2 p.m.) 




ADAM, J. B., goods agent, G. & S.-W. Ry. — house Coila, Thorn 

Advertiser Office, 3 High street — Landles & Co., publishers 

Aitken, James, tailor, 25 High street — house do. 

Aitken, John R., Thorn dairy 

Aitken, Mrs., cooper, 4 Grahame street 

Allan, John, spirit merchant, 20 William street— ho. 27 do. - 

Allan, John, at T. Shanks & Co.'s — -house Maryfield place 

Allison, James, feuar, 19 Collier street 

Allison, William, foreman engineer to Craig & Donald Ltd.; ho. 

38 William street 
Anderson, James, cashier, Express Office, Paisley — house Norwood 

villa, Ulundi road 
Anderson, John, agent. Prudential Assurance Company ; house 

Mimoras Bridge of Weir 
Anderson, Robert, draughtsman to John M'Dowall & Sons — house 

Brierley, Floor street 
Anderson, Mrs., 6 The Thorn 

Andrew, D. G., hardware and fancy goods, 50 High st. — ho. 79 do. 
Andrew, James, general merchant, 25 High street — house 33 do. 
Armour, Stewart, feuar, Thornhurst 
Armstrong, Henry G., S.A.E.I.S., music warehouse, 17 High st. 

BARCLAY, George, of FuUerton, Hodgart, & Barclay (Limited), 

Paisley— house Thornhill house 
Barnett, James, at Fiulayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — Lilybank 

^arr, James, of John M'Dowall & Sons — house Westmount 
Barr, John, engineer, 11 Overton road, Thorn 
Barr, John, wine and spirit merchant, Elderslie — ho. Thorn brae 
Barr. Mrs. William, wine and spirit merchant, 22 Macdowall street 

house 77 High street 
Barrow, Joseph, of Thomas Shanks & Co. — house Disleymount, 

Baxter, James, ironmonger, 23 High street — house Thomson av. 
Baxter, Robert, hairdresser, 39 High street — house do. 
Baxter, William, & Son, boot and shoemakers, 67 High street — 

house do. 
J^axter, William, & Son, agents for all Royal Mail steamers, 67 

Hiarh street 


Beck, Robert, flesher, 65 High street, 36 Macdowall street, and 

Lochwiunoch — house 65 High street 
Bell, David, watchmaker, 26 High street 
Bennett, John, wine and spirit merchant, 9 Macdowall street 
Beveridge, Jane, milliner, 75 High street — house Thomson avenue 
Biggart, D , & Sons, cotton spinners and bleachers, Feockland Mills 
Biggart, David, of D. Biggart & Sons — house Roebank 
Biggart, John B., of D. Biggart & Sons — house Woodlands 
Black, J. G., draper, 34 High street 
Black, James, manager at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 

Tynwald, Overton road 
Black, Thomas, contractor, Quarrelton road 
Black, Mrs., Westwood, Floors street 

Blackadder, James, plumber and gasfitter, 30 High st — ho. do. 
Blackwood, Dugald, of J. Fyfe Donald & Co. — house Hanbury 

place, Thorn 
Blackw^ood, Duncan, cashier to D. Fullerton & Co. — ho. Thorn 
Blackwood, Edward, clerk at Goods Station ; ho. 33 William st. 
Blackwood, John, engineer — house 8 Quarry street 
Blackwood, J. L., flesher, 6 Grahame St.; house Rockbank, Floor 

Blackwood, William, milliner and draper, 4 Houstoun sq. — ho. do. 
Blair, James, slater, 26 Laigh Cartside street — house do. 
Blair, Robert, feuar. Thorn 
Boyd, Thomas, stationer and printer, 39 High street — house Raven- 

shaw, Thomson avenue 
Boyd, William, painter, 35 High street — ho. Munnsville, Floors st. 
Boyd, William, foreman moulder at D. Fidlerton & Co. 
Boyle, J. & J., fish and fruit merchants, 19 and 73 High street 
Boyle, John, of J. & J. Boyle — house 1 Dimity street 
Bowman, Archibald, farmer, Auchenlodment 
Brown, Adam, broker, 19 Church street — house do. 
Brown, James, police constable, Rankine street 
Burnett, Andrew, salesman, Co-operative Stores, 61 High street 
Burnett, David, cashier at John M'Dowall & Sons' — house 21 

High street 
Burnside, William, 33 Thornhill 

CAIRNS, John, boot and shoemaker, 7 Houstoun square — ho. do. 

Caldwell, Arch. H., of J. Caldwell & Sons — ho. 19 Buchanan st. 

Caldwell, J. & Sons, letterpress and lithographic printers, 12 Mac- 
dowall street— house 19 Buchanan street 

Caldwell, James, lessee of Good Templar Hall, Mary street — house 
2 i- ife place 



Caldwell, John, confectioner, 13 Collier street 
Cameron, Alexander, teacher, 23 Laigh Cartside street 
Cameron, A. Alston, solicitor, of Cameron & Dickson — house Cartside 
Cameron & Dickson, solicitors, 1 Church street, and at 74 Bath St., 

Cameron, Daniel, at Finlayson, Bousfield & Co. Ltd. — ho. Hag-g- 

Cameron, David, at Thomas Shanks & Co. — house Willowbank, 

North Overton park 
Cameron, James, flesher, 29 High street — house "2 Rankine street 
Cameron, James, cashier at J. Lang & Sons' — house Endrickbank^ 

Thomson avenue 
Cameron, James, music teacher, 12 Mary street 
Cameron, Robert, music teacher, 10 Mary street 
Campbell, A., tobacconist and stationer, 66 High street 
Campbell, J. M., inspector of poor, otfice, 25 Church street — head 

office 9 New Sneddon street. Paisley 
Campbell, John, police constable, 11 Overton road 
Campbell, William T., clerk at G. & S.-W. Railway Goods De- 
partment — house 15 M'Kerrell street, Paisley 
Carruthers, James, & Co., brass and iron founders. Dimity street — 

house Laigh Cartside street 
Carruthers, James, stationmaster, Glasgow & South-Western 

railway station. North Johnstone 
Carswell, Alexander, wine and spirit merchant, 2 Quarry street 
Clark, Samuel, manager at Johnstone Mills — house Clark street 
Clayton, J. N., accountant, National Bank; bo. National Bank ho, 
Clifton, C. H., of Clifton & Waddell — house Pensilva, Overton rd. 
Clifton & Waddell, machine tool makers, Laigh Cartside street 
Clunas, John, inspector of police — house 17 Buchanan street 
Coates, John, general warehouseman and shipping agent, 21 Rankine 

street — house Maryfield, Ludovic square 
Collier Ltd., S, boot and shoe makers, 29 High street 
Collins, John, janitor Liberal Club — house 4 EUerslie street 
Congalton, A., tailor, 62 High street 
Commercial Restaurant, The, 19 High street 
Cooper & Co., tea merchants and grocers, 60 High street 
Co-operative Coal Company, Laigh Cartside station, Gas street — 

John Brodie, salesman — house 1 John Lang street 
Co-operative Society's Stores, Limited, dealers in groceries, boots, &c., 

61 High street; No. 1 branch, Laigh Cartstde street; No. 2 

branch, 7 Grahame street; No. 3 branch, Elderslie; No. 4 

branch. Thorn ; hardware and butchery, 6 Houstoun square; 

boot shop, 6 Church street ; coal depot, Laigh Cartside statioa 


Core, Adam W., traveller to Joliu M'Dowall & Sons' — house Walkin- 

shaw villa 
Coutts, James, police constable — house Rowanlea 
Cowan, John K., wine and spirit merchant, 56 High street — house 

77 do. 
Craig & Donald Ltd., engineers, William street works and Thorn 

works ; telephone No. 15 
Craig, James, watchmaker and jeweller, 33 High street — house 

7 Thomson avenue 
Craig, John, provision merchant, 34 High street — house Canal st. 
Crawford, George, engineer, 23 The Thorn 

Crawford, Peter, gardener to George Barclay — ho. Thornhill gardens 
Crombie, Murray B., at William Paton Ltd. — house Church street 
Cullen, Robert, pastry baker, 76 High street — house do. 
Currie, William, carting contractor, and Johnstone and Paisley 

carrier. 16 Rankin e street- — house do. 
Currie, W., dairyman, 16 Rankine street — house do. 
Cuthbert, Thomas, tiesher, 9 M'Dowall street — house 25 Thomson 


DALY, John, cooper, 30 Church street 

Daly, Michael, cooper, 30 Church street — house 12 Campbell st 

Daly, Thomas, cooper, 30 Church street 

Daly, William, cooper, 30 Church street 

Davidson, Rev. William, R.C. clergyman, St. Margaret''s, Grahame 

Deans, Gilbert, wine and spirit merchant, 36-38 High street — house 

Rosebank, Canal street 
Deans, Robert L., manager. Gas works — ho. Hillcrest, Overton rd. 
Dell, Thomas, sergeant instructor. Drill Hall 
Dempsey, John, emporium, 54 High st. — ho. Thomson avenue 
Dickie, John A., at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd , Stratford, 

Brookfield, by Johnstone 
Dickie, Mrs., Stratford, by Johnstone 
Dickson, James, cashier, Victoria Foundry, Mary street — house 

Thorn villa 
Dickson, Joseph, passenger agent, G. & S.-W. Railway Station — 

house. Station house 
Dickson, Agnes, head mistress, Mary Street Public School — house 

Thorn villa 
Dickson, Miss M., grocer and provision merchant, 38 Macdowall st. 

house Thorn villa 
Donald, David P., of Craig & Donald Ltd. — ho. Greenbank house, 

Ludovic square 


Donald, James S., of Craig & Donald Ltd. — ho. Bridge of Weir 

Donald, J. Fyfe, of J. Fyfe Donald & Co. — house Woodbank 

Donald, J. Fyfe. & Co., Donald's Foundry, High st. 

Donald, Mrs. John, Ludovic square 

Douglas, Robert, patternmaker, Russell street— house Thorn 

Downie, Thomas, carrier between Johnstone, Paisley, and Glasgow, 

12 Macdowall street 
Drummond, John, engineer, Gleniffer view 

Drysdale Brothers, engineers. Thorn— house Overton road, Thorn 
Drysdale, Henry, Overton road. Thorn 
Dunn, Jonathan, coachman to George Barclay — house The Lodge, 


EADIE, Alexander, farmer, Crossford farm 

Eastwood, Mrs. Thomas, confectioner, 4 Collier street 

Edward, George, of Geo. Edward & Co. — house Gas street 

Edward, George, & Co., engineers and toolmakers. Gas street 

Edward, Thomas, of George Edward & Co. — house Gas st. 

EdAvard, Miss, broker, 1 William street 

Edwards, George, accountant, Royal Bank of Scotland — house 

28 Church street 
Erskine, Mrs., saleswoman. Co-operative Society's boot department 

— house 17 Buchanan street 
Evans, James, foreman at J. M'Dowall & Sons' — ho. Collier street 
Ewing, Miss Flora, confectioner, 78 High street 

FARQUHAR, James M'K., treasurer, Johnstone Co-operative 

Society — house 1 Ann street 
Ferguson, Dugald, blacksmith, horse-shoer, and gate and railing 

maker, 6-8 Rankine st. ; ho. Sunnyside cottage, Raukine street 
Ferguson, James, bookkeeper to Co-operative Society — house 35 

High street 
Ferguson, John, grocer and boot merchant, 32 Laigh Cartside street 

and 9 Hip^h street — house Villafield, Laigh Cartside street 
Ferguson, John, shoemaker, 9 High street ; ho. Villafield, Laigh 

Cartside street 
Fingland & Sheddon, Black Bull stables, George street 
Finlayson, Archibald W., of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. — 

house Merchiston 
Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd., flax spinners, manufacturers of 

all kinds of linen thread, for hand and machine sewing, and 

shoe threads. Flax mills, High street, Lilybank and Lancefield 
Finlayson, James, jun., of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd. — 

house The Elms, Milliken Park 


Finlayson, William J., of Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Ltd.— 

house The Oaks 
Finnie, A. & E., confectioners, 30 High street — house do. 
Finnic, Miss, greengrocer and confectioner, 71 High street 
Fisher, Mrs. Thomas, hairdresser, 20 High street 
Fleming, George, blacksmith, 15 Beith road — ho. 4 Gleniifer teir. 
Fleming, William Gaff, postmaster, and registrar, agent for tlie 

Royal Insurance Co., Post-Office, 12 Walkinshaw street 

— house Springbank 
Fletcher, John, inspector to Paisley Water Commissioners — house 

7 Thorn 
Flockhart, Daniel, saddler, 14 CoUier street— house do. 
Forbes, Charles J., chief constable, Burgh Police Chambers — ho. 

Forbes, John, police sergeant — house Thomson avenue 
Forrest, John, tailor and clothier, 25 Russell street 
Forsyth, Alexander, Black Bull Inn, 72 High st. — ho. Thurston, 

Overton road 
Fraser, Hugh, cashier at Smith & M'Laurin's Ltd. — house 16 

Floors street 
Fraser, John, Knocknarid, Beith road. Thorn 
Fraser, Mrs., grocer, 12 Mary street 
Freel, Charles, confectioner, 10 Macdowall street 
FuUerton, D. & Co., ironfounders, Cart&ide foundry, Russell st. ; 

telephone No. 13 
Fullerton, Duncan, of D. Fullerton & Co. — house Ulundi road 
Fyfe, Alexander, assistant manager to Craig & Donald Ltd. — house 

Chalet, Thorn 
Fyfe, John, wine and spirit merchant, 22 High street and 1 

Walkinshaw street — house 3 do. 
Fyfe, John, cabinetmaker and funeral undertaker, 70 High street- 
house do. 
Fyfe, William Westwood, M.B., CM., The Surgery, 52 High 

street — house Belmont, Overton road, Thorn 

GALBRAITH'S Stores, 22 High street 

Galbraith, John, grocer, 66 High street — ho. Napier st., Linwood 

Gallagher, Miss K., teacher, 7 Buchanan street 

Gait, Alexander, confectioner, 44 Graharae street 

Gas Works, 3 Gas street — Robt. L. Deans, manager 

Gemmill, Rev. Hugh, B.D., minister of East U.F. Church — house 

East U.F. Manse, Thorn 
Gemmell, William, clothier and hatter, 41 High St.; ho. Willowbank 

cottage, Buchanan street 


Oeorge, Charles A., patternmaker, 21 Thomson avenne 

George, John, valuator and stocktaker to the hardware trade, 21 

Thomson avenue 
George, Miss, dressmaker, 21 Thomson avenue 
Gibson, James, baker, 14 Macdowall street — house do. 
Gibson, Robert, baker, 60 High street — house do. 
Gillespie Brothers, fleshers, 17 High street 
Glasgow and South- Western Goods Dept. — J. B. Adam, agent 
Glasgow and South- Western Railway Station — Joseph Dickson, 

station master 
Gj'aham, George, broker, 4 Collier street 
Graham, Robert, cartwright and coachbuilder, 27 Church street — - 

house Collier street 
Gray's "Empire'" Stores, 21 High street — Alexander Gray, 

proprietor, 47 and 49 Wesleyan street, Glasgow. 
Gray, Mrs. A., tobacconist, 15 High street — house do. 
Green, William, at Flax mills — house 26 Rankine street 
Grove, George Trevelyau, Thornhill 
Guiliani, Leopoldo, ice-cream merchant and confectioner, 27 and 

73 High street 
Guthrie, James, janitor, Ludovic Square Public School ; house 

Elderslie street 
Guy. Jas. M., clothier, hatter, and hosier, 21 Hidi st. — ho. Hilton, 

Guy, William, West Lea, Ulundi road 
Guy, William, solicitor, West Lea, LHundi road 

HALLIDAY, Rev. Archd., minister of St'. Andrew's Parish Church 

house Strathwilliam, Overton road. Thorn 
Hamilton, Janet, confectioner, 3 High street— house Clark street 
Hart, James, tobacconist, 70 High street 
Harvey, George, at Finlayson,Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — ho. 22 Church 

Harvey, William, cashier, G. & S.-W. Ry. Goods Department. — 

house Overton road 
Hatrick, Alexander, grocer, 20 Macdowall street 
Hatrick, Walter A., provision merchant, 9 Buchanan st. — ho. do. 
Hatrick, William, at John M'Dowall & Sons, Hagg crescent. 
Hay, John, grocer and provision merchant, 68 High st. — ho. do. 
Hay, John, 25 William street 

Hemphill, Thomas, woodturner, 21 Thomson avenue 
Henderson, Mrs., confectioner, 10 Dimity street — house do. 
Hendry, Robert, boot and shoe furnisher, 64 High street — house 

Benlomond view 


Herbertson, James C, M.A., M.D., 70 High street, and 30 Steeple 

St., Kilbarchan — house Bellevue, Church street 
Higgen, George, Provision Mart, 35 High street 
Hill, Charles, confectioner, 75 High street — house 79 do. 
Hill, James, wine and spirit merchant, 58 High street and 17 

Russell street — house Thornbauk, Park road 
Hill, James, draughtsman, at Thos. Shanks & Co.'s — house 

Greenlea cottage. Floors street 
Hill, John, 6 Thorn 

Hill. William, wine and spirit merchant, 80 Pligh street — house do. 
Hill, Jessie, confectioner, 12 Grahame street 
Hogg, Robert B., School Board officer — ho. The Hagg- cottage, by 

Grahame street 
Holmes, MacTavish, & Co., solicitors, 42 High street; telegrams 

"MacTavish;" telephone No. 30; and at 128 St. Vincent 

street. Glasgow 
Hood, William, cooper. Thorn 
Hood, Miss, photographer, 83 High street 
Hooks, Walter, patternmaker, 30 Laigh Cartside street 
Hopkin, Hugh L., of Loudon Brothers — house Billhead 
Hopkins, Samuel, coal agent, Laigh Cartside station — ho. Elderslie 
Hosie, Samuel, metal merchant, 6 Dimity st. — ho. 21 Rankine st. 
Houston, John, house factor, 12 Mary street 
Houston, Mrs. E., baker, 10 Macdowall street — house do. 
Hunter, James, & Co., patent works, 6 George st. — ho. NeAvfield ter. 
Hunter, John, joiner and funeral undertaker, 28 Church street — 

house do. 
Hunter, W. B., shoemaker, 20 Laigh Cartside street — house do. 
Hunter, Mrs. M., confectioner and branch Post Office, 6 Grahame st. 
Husband, Alexander, ironfounder, Victoria foundry — ho. Ardvaar, 

Husband, James P., Victoria foundry ; ho. 21 Mary street 
Husband, James, police clerk — house 27 Thomson avenue 
Husband, John, ironfounder, Victoria Foundry, Mary street — house 

Burnbank, Canal avenue 
Husband, John, & Son, tailors and clothiers, 13 High street — 

house G William street 
Hutchison, Peter, grocer, 21 Grahame street — house do. 
Hutton, Alex. G., secretary Rechabites, 6 Clark street 

JACK, Thomas, & Co., colliery agents and coal merchants, Laio:h 
Cartside — depot, Johnstone, and also at Bridge of Weir^ house 
20 Mary street 

Jackson, George, & Son, brassfounders, 2 Dimity street 


Jackson, Thomas, of George Jackson & Son — honse 2 Dimity street 
Jackson, Thomas, smith, 18 Laigh Cartside street — house do. 
Jaffrey, James, of William Jaffrey & Sons — house Ballochmyle 
Jaffrey, James Mills, at Finlaysou, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 

Holm park, Grahame street 
Jaffrey, James, Holm park, Hagg crescent 

Jaffrey, Peter, 14 Grahame street — ho. The Cottage, Grahame st. 
Jaffrey, Thomas M., measurer, 6 Church street; ho. Hagg crescent 
Jaffrey, William, & Sons, builders, Campbell street 
Jaffrey, Mrs. William, Redholrae, Overton road 
Jaffrey, Mrs. Jas., draper, 65 High st. ; ho. Ballochmyle, Campbell 

Jaffrey, Mrs. Patrick, Ballochmyle, Campbell street 
Jaffrey, Mrs., draper, 71 High street — house 9 Thomson avenue 
Johnstone Apothecaries Hall, 28 Pligh street 
Johnstone Co-operative Society (Limited), grocers, provision, conly 

drapery, and boot and shoe merchants, 61 High street — 

branches Laigh Cartside street, 7 Grahame street, Elderslicy 

and Thorn — butchery and hardw^are, 6 Houstoun square — 

boot shop, 6 Church street — coal depot, Laigh Cartside station 
Johnstone, Samuel, grocer and spirit merchant, 32 High street — 

house do. 
Johnstone, Thomas, foreman patternmaker to Craig & Donald Ltd, 

— house Floors street 
Johnston & Robertson, cabinetmakers and upholsterers, 11 Hi^li st, 

— house Laigh Cartside house 
Johnston, William Clark, of Johnston & Robertson, 11 Higli street 

— house Laigh Cartside house 
Johnstone, Mrs., publican, 23 High street — house 2 Dimity street 
Johnston, William, stationer and ironmonger, 17 High street — ho. 

Woodside, The Park 
Johnstone Liberal Club, 20 Church street — John Collins, janitor 

KEANIE, James, builder, Thomson avenue — house Dunconnell 
Keith, Neil, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Quarry street — house 

Burnside, Campbell street 
Kellie, John, cashier at Craig & Donald's Ltd.; ho. Texa, Overton rd. 
Keenan, John, broker, 8 William street — house do. 
Kelly, James, bootmaker, 25 M'Dowall street 

Kennedy, John, manager at D. Biggart & Son's — house Ashville 
Kennedy, Robert, M.Ph.Sc, chemist and druggist, 64 High street — 

house Ashville 
Kennedy, Robert E., painter and decorator, 7 High st. — ho. 8 do. 
Kerr, Helen, restaurant, 24 High st — house do. 


Kerr, Peter, civil engineer and surveyor, of Kerr & Watson — 

house Branscroft 
Kerr, Robert, grocer, 70 High street 

Kerr & Watson, architects, Union Bank buihiings, 1 Rankine street 
Kirkwood, William, at Finlayson, Boustield, & Co., Ltd. — house 

Bank house, Collier street 

LAING, John, clerk to Craig & Donald, Ltd.— ho. 60 High st. 

Laird, Alexander, Quarrelton road 

Laird, Alexander, confectioner, 10 Quarry street 

Laird, Joseph, captain of lire brigade — house 36 Macdowall street 

Laird, Mrs., 6 Quarry street 

Lambie, John, grocer and provision merchant, 69 High street — ho. 

Thornwood, Overton road 
Landles & Co., steam printers and lithographers, 3 High street 
Landles, F. A. — house 12 Walkinshaw street 
Landles, F. G-., of Landles & Co. — house Bielside, Floor street 
Lang, James, of John Lang & Sons — house Netherby 
I^ang, John, engineer, Victoria cottage, Mary street 
Lang, John, & Sons, lathe manufacturers and special tool makers^ 

Mary street 
Lang, John, sen., of John Lang & Sons — house Lilybank 
Lang, John, jun., of John Lang & Sons — house Lynnhurst 
Lang, Robert, of John Lang & Sons — house Quarry park 
Lang, William B., of John Lang & Sons — house Springfield 
Lauder, Adam, cowfeeder, Greenend cottage, Quarrelton road . 
Lauder, John, wine and spirit merchant, 7 High street — house 

Greenend cottage, Quarrelton road 
L^wrie, J., fish and fruit merchant, 37 High street 
Lawrie, William, foreman at J. Fyfe Donald & Co. — ho. Gleniffer 

view, Thorn 
Lees, Robert, wine and spirit merchant, 1 Houstoun sq. — house 52 

High street 
LiddeW, James, spirit merchant, 42 High st. — ho. Maryfield houscy 

\iudovic square 
Linds y, James, salesman at Thomas Jack & Co. — house 20 Mary st. 
Loudon Brothers, engineers, machine tool makers, Clyde Engineerings 

Works, Johnstone, and 39 West Campbell street, Glasgow 
Loudon, George F., of Loudon Brothers — house 10 Claremont ter., 

Love, George W., at Robert Love's ; ho. Bellemont, Floors street 
Love, Robert, registered plumber, ironmonger, tinsmith, gasfitter^ 

and cycle agent, 9 William street (Tel. No. 3) — house 

Bellemont, Floors street 


Love, jiin., Robert, at Robert Love's — house Bellemoat, Floors st. 

Low, Wm., & Co , 52 Hi,<2:li street 

Lynch, Mrs., confectioner, 31 Grahame street 

MALLOCH, John, jun.. Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A. 

Malloch, William, Mount Pleasant, High street 

Martin, C., teacher, Rowanlea 

Maryfield Laundry, 7 Macdowall street — proprietor, A. Lindsay, 
Gowanlea, Brookfield 

Marshall, Andrew W., butcher, 27 High st. — house Leitchland farm 

Mason, William, shoeing forge, Walkinshaw street — ho. Canal st. 

Mason, Alfred H., of Smith &M'Laurin, Ltd. — house Clifton villa, 

Mathie, Hugh, engineer, 14 Parkside place. Floors street 

Maule, Alexander H., painter and decorator, 64 High street — 
house do. 

Maxton, Mrs., confectioner, 12 Rankine street 

Meiklejohn, James, Hawthorn cottage. Quarry street 

Merrie, Robert, boot and shoemaker, 23 High street — house Red- 
cliff, Thorn crescent 

Merry, John, feuar, 23 Church street 

Michael, John, draughtsman, Campbell street 

Millar, Matthew, salesman at Co-operative Society Store, 61 High 
street ; ho. 1 Canal avenue 

Miller, William, church officer. Church hall. Quarry street 

Mills, George, of Wallace & Mills, Benston Nursery 

Milne, Robert, accountant and auditor. Savings Bank, 60 High st. 

Mitchell, William H., writer at Flolmes, MacTavish, & Co. 

Montgomery, Peter, yardsman, G. & S.-W. Railway — house" 4 
Lindsay place, Thorn brae 

More, Mrs., Briarbank, Thomson avenue 

More, Miss, bookseller and stationer, 73 High street — house 
Thomson avenue 

Moretti, confectioner, 73 High street — house 27 do. 

Morris, Peter, baker, 31 High street — house do. 

Morison, Alexander, wright and timber merchant, and funeral 
undertaker, Laigh Cartside Woodyard, 3 and 5 Luigli Cart- 
side street — house 1 do. 

Morrison, John, hairdresser, 8 Houstoun square 

Muir, John, family grocer and wine and spirit merchant, 67 High st. 

Muir, John, cashier. Co-operative Manufacturing Society, Paisley 
— house 11 Overton road. Thorn 

Muir, Samuel, clerk. North Johnstone station 

IVIulherron, Mrs., confectioner, 3 Grahame street — house do 


Mullen, Patrick, confectioner, 19 Macdowall street 

Murdoch, Charles, & Sous, plumbers and lead merchants, 3 and 5 

High street 
Murdoch, Charles, of C. Murdoch & Son — house Bank place, 

Collier street 
Murdoch, William, of C. Murdoch & Son — house Balmory, 

Overton road 
Mur])hie, Thomas, clerk at Goods Station ; ho. 24 Buchanan street 
Murray, A. K., M.R.C.V.S., veterinary surgeon, 13 Walkinshaw 

street — house do. 
Murray, Allan, Co-operative Society's fleshing department — ^house 

Collier street 
Murray, W. D., grocer and provision merchant, 25 Macdowall 

street — house 21 do. 
Murray, William, spirit merchant, Cartside, Milliken park 

M'ADAM, John, coal merchant, Laigh Cartside station — house 42 

High street 
M'Allister, Robert, baker, 6 Grahame street — house do. 
Macarthur, Alexander, of Maclean & Macarthur, 5 Dimity street ; 

house 5 Ludovic square 
M* Arthur, Mrs., Elmbank, Thorn 
M'Cloy, Alexander, cashier to Thomas Shanks & Co. — house 

M'Connell, John, glazier and painter, 7 William street — house do. 
M'Culloch, Henry, grocer and spirit merchant, 4 Grahame street — 

house Strathcart, Ulundi road 
M'Dermott, Edward, agent for Prudential Assurance Company, 

High street 
M'Dermott, Rev. William, incumbent of St. John's Episcopal 

Church, The Parsonage, Floors street 
M'Douald, Mrs., hairdresser, 2 Macdowall street — house do. 
Macdonakl, Mrs., restaurateur, 60 High street 
M'Dougall, E., grocer and provision merchant, Thornhill — house 

1 Grahame street 
M'Dougall, John, superintendent Thorn Cemetery — lodge Thorn 

M'Dowall, John, & Sons, engineers and wood-working machinists, 

Walkinshaw Foundry 
M'Dowall, W. W., agent for National Bank of Scotland Limited ; 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Co. ; English and 

Scottish Law Life Assurance Association ; and Scottish 

Accident Insurance Co. — house Glenesk, Sherbrooke avenue, 

PoUokshields, W. 


M'Farlane, John, clerk at John Wilson & Son's — house 13 Albert 
place, Espedair, Paisley 

M'Farlane, John, Brookfield 

M'Farlane, Kobert, glazier, 16 William street — house do. 

M'Farlane, Miss M., confectioner, 64 High street 

M'Gachie, Charles, confectioner, 12 Collier street 

M'Gathan, Mrs., grocer and confectioner, 7 Beith road 

M'Gathan, Thomas, engineer, 9 Beith road 

M'Gathan, George, engineer, 11 Beith road 

M'Glyn, Daniel, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Limited; house 17 
Church street 

M'Glynn, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, 8 Macdowall street 

M'Grath, William, billposter and town-crier, 12 Macdowall street 

M'Gregor, H. Walker, at Holmes Mactavish, & Co.— Agent for 
the Edinburgh Life Assurance Co., Life Association of 
Scotland Co., United Temperance Insurance Co., Norwich 
& London Accident Insurance Co., and Vulcan Boiler & 
General Accident Assurance Co. — house Overton road 

M'Intyre, Alexander, police constable, Thomson avenue 

M'Innes, Mrs. S., ladies' outfitter, 30 High street 

M'Kay, Kenneth, cooper, 13 Rankine street — house do. 

M'Kee, D. I., joiner and funeral undertaker, 3 High street — house 
24 Church street 

M'Kee, Francis, wine and spirit merchant, 18 Macdowall street — 
house do. 

M-Kendrick, Mrs. James, 13 Walkinshaw street 

M'Kenzie, Archibald, MiJliken House, Milliken 

Mackenzie, Donald, pawnbroker, 26 Macdowall street; ho. 33 do. 

Mackenzie, Maggie, saleroom, 25 M'Dowall street 

M'Laren, LIugh, at Finlayson, Bousfield & Co. Ltd. — house 30 
Steeple street, Kilbarchan 

M'Laughlin, Joseph, 75 High street — house 34 do. 

M'Laurin, J.P., Archibald, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house 
Cartside, Milliken Park 

M'Laurin, Duncan, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside, 
Milliken Park 

M'Laurin, James D., of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside, 
Milliken Park 

M'Laurin, John, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside, Mil- 
liken Park 

M'Laurin, J.P., Peter, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside, 
Milliken Park 

M'Laurin, Richard A., of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house 4 Windsor 
quadrant, Kelvinside, Glasgow 


M'Laiirin, William, of Smith & M'Laurin Ltd. — house Cartside, 
Milliken Park 

M'Lean, David, tobacconist and hairdresser, 25 Hig-h street — 
house 23 Russell street 

Maclean & Macarthur, laundry engineers, 5 Dimity street 

M'Lean, Rev. Robert, minister of Trinity U.F. Church, William 
street — house Trinity manse, Grahame street 

M'Lean, Miss A., wine and spirit merchant. County Bar, 63 High 
street — house do. 

M'Lelland, Robert, architect and surveyor. The Hirst, Auchenlod- 
mount road, Johnstone 

M'Leod, Archibald, clerk to John Wilson & Son — house 2 Camp- 
bell street 

M'Leod, William, police constable; house 25 Church street 

M'Lerie, Mrs. H., wine and spirit merchant, Cross Keys hotel, 46 
High street 

Macloy, Rev. William, minister of the Parish Church, The Manse 

M'Millau, Thomas, cashier at David Biggart & Son's — ho. Ludovic 

M'Mulhm, P., wine and spirit merchant, 2 Hous'oun square— house 

IM'Naii', James, feuar, 30 Macdowall street 

M'Nair, Jane, at Co-operative Society Branch No. 2, 7 Grahame 
street ; ho. Walkinshaw house 

M'Niven, William, spirit merchant, 13 Pligh street — house 1 Bank- 
side avenue 

M'Phadyen, Rodger, boot and shoemaker, 5 High street 

Macphail, Duncan, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. Ltd. — house 
. Thornlyn, Overton road 

M'Pherson, D., & Son, joiners, 1 Floors street 

M'Plierson, Donald, of D. M'Pherson & Son — house 21 Grahame 

M'Robert, C, newsagent, 2 M'Dowall street 

M'Taggart, Misses, milliners and dressmakers, 48 High street— ho. 
Church street 

MacTavish, D. A., writer, and agent for the Union Bank of Scot- 
land Limited 

NAIRN, William, grocer, 21 Houstoun square — ho. do. 

National Bank of Scotland, Limited — W. W. M'Dowall & A. P. 

Reid, joint-agents 
Nelson, James, & Sons, Ltd., fleshers, 63 High street 
Neilson, Robert, manager at Lancedeld Flax works — house West 

Knowe, Ulundi road 


Nicolson, Daniel, inspector. Paisley Water Works — Johnstone 

Branch, 6 Macdowall street — ho., 6 M' In tyre place, Paisley 
North British Boot Lace Coy., The, High street 

OBSERVER Office (Thomas Boyd, publisher), 39 High street 
Orr, James P., at Town Chamberlain's, Municipal Chambers — house 

Campbell street 
Orr, William Alexander, M.B. and CM., general practitioner, 31 

High street — house Westfield, Grahame street 

PAISLEY Parish Office, 25 Church street (open Tuesday, Thurs- 
day, and Saturday, 11 till 12) 
Paisley Water Works (Branch Office), 6 Macdowall street 
Paterson, Alexander, draper, 12 Collier street ; house do. 
Paterson, Hugh, foreman at Goods Station — house Canal house 
Paton, George C, of Wm. Paton Ltd. — house Banktop 
Paton, James, of Wm. Paton Ltd. — house Sherbrooke 
Paton, John S., of William Paton, Ltd. — house Mountainside, 

Paton, Robert, of Wm. Paton Ltd. — house Cart bank 
Paton, William, Limited, boot lace and linen thread manufac- 
turers, Johnstone mills 
Patrick, Andrew C, of Craig & Donald Ltd. — ho. Greenbank, Dairy 
Pattison, Thomas, of Robertson & Co., 1 High street ; house 16 

Walkinshaw street 
Pollock, George, of Pollock, Whyte, & Waddel — ho. Oakbank, Thorn 
Pollock, Robert, dairyman, 32 Macdowall street 
Pollock, Whyte, & Waddell, " Globe" gas and oil engine makers, 

Beith road, Thorn 
Pollock, Mrs., greengrocer and dairy, 17 William street — house do. 
Porter, Peter, feuar, Somerdene, Overton road. Thorn 
Post Office, 12 Walkinshaw St.; William Gaff Fleming, postmaster; 

house Springbank 
Post Office, Thorn — Miss M'Dougall, postmistress 
Post, Mrs. Ellen, confectioner, Houstoun square 
Price, Alexander, shoemaker, 38 Church street 
Purdon, William R., M.A., teacher, Schoolhouse, Floors street 

RAE, George, at Smith & M'Laurin's, Ltd. ; house Easwald bank, 

Reid, A. P., of R. & A. Reid — house Mossbank 
Reid, Alexander, Villafield 

Reid, James, confectioner, 21 Rankine street — house 25 do. 
Reid, R. & A., writers. National Bank buildings, and at Lochwinnoch 


Reid, Robert, of R. & A. Reid — house The Bank, Lochwinnoch 
Reid, William, wine and sj)irit merchant, 6 Church street — ho. do» 
Reid, William, The Glen, Elderslie 
Renfrew, William, feuar, 11 High street 
Renfrew, Mrs., confectioner, 15 High street — house do. 
Renshaw, C. Bine, M. P. for West Renfrewshire — Barochan^ 
Houston, and Herbert house, Belgrave square, London, S.W. 
Restaurant, 69 High street — proprietrix, Mrs. Macdonald 
Richardson, James, draper, 6S High street — house Fullertou place^ 

Canal street 
Richardson, James, solicitor, Fullarton villa, Canal street 
Richardson, James M., sale rooms, 1 M'Dowall street 
Riddell, James, spirit merchant, 9 Houstoun square — house do 
Ritchie, David, printer, lithographer, bookbinder, and fancy box- 
maker, 83 High street 
Ritchie, David P., of David Ritchie — house Heathfield, Brookfield 
Ritchie, James, of David Ritchie; house Ardgowan 
Ritchie, John, of David Ritchie — -house 77 High street 
Ritchie, John, tailor and clothier, 11 Walkinshaw st. — house do. 
Ritchie, Peter, 83 High street 

Ritchie, William, of David Ritchie ; house Craigview 
Roberton, James, cashier to Loudon Brothers — house Westmarch^ 

Roberts, Miss M., confectioner and greengrocer, 1 William street 
Robertson, Alexander, cashier to A. F. Stoddard & Co., Ltd., Glen- 

patrick — house 35 The Thorn 
Robertson & Co., engineers, 1 High street 

Robertson, David, pawnbroker, 19 High st. — ho. Walkinshaw villa 
Robertson, John, & Son, slaters and plasterers, Ludovic square 
Robertson, John, of Robertson & Son — house Gateside 
Robertson, John, collector of poor rates — office 25 Church street — 

head office. Back Sneddon street. Paisley 
Robertson, John, of Johnston & Robertson, 11 High street; house 

Laigh Cartside house 
Robertson, P., of Robertson & Co., Lligh street; house Viewficld 
Robertson, Robert, pawnbroker, 13 Macdowall st. — house Janefield 
Robertson, Misses, 5 Ludovic square 

Robertson, Mrs., tobacconist and stationer, 33 High street 
Ross, Andrew, grocer, 20 High street 
Royal Bank of Scotland, 44 High street — James Thomson, Agent 

SALVATION Army Barracks, 3 Macdowall street 
Savings Bank of Paisley (Johnstone branch), 60 High street — 
Robert Milne, Agent 


Scott, James Y., tailor aud clothier, 18 High street — house Ivj 

Bank, Canal street 
8cott, William, overseer. Flax Mills, Parkside place, 14 Floors st. 
Semple, Andrew, farmer, Bogliouse 

*Semple, Robert, tailor and clothier, 34 High street — house Brae- 
head, Dimity street 
Shanks, Thomas, & Co., engineers and machinists, Union Iron 

works, Mary street ; telegraphic address, '' Shanks, Johnstone ;" 

telephone No. 5 
Shanks, William, of Thomas Shanks & Co. — ho. Bank house 
Shanks, W. G., engineer, Union Iron Works— house Hylton, 

Sharp, John, contractor and causewayer, Canal st — house Thornwood 
Sharp, Robert, janitor, Floors Street Public School — house 2 

Rankine street 
Shields, Miss, draper, 11 High street — honse 9 Buchanan street 
Simpson, Edward, greengrocer, 1 Canal street 
Simpson, Robert, & Co., Ltd., timber merchants and joiners and 

packing case makers, Johnstone Sawmills, Thorn 
Simpson, Robert, of Robert Simpson & Co. — ho. Elmgrove cottage, 

Simpson, Thomas, at John Lang & Sons ; house Victoria park, 

Brookfield, near Johnstone 
Sinclair, John, baker and restaurateur, 50 High st. — house do. 
Slater, James, at T. Shanks & Co., 4 Grahame street 
Small, Thomas, 1 Hagg crescent 
Smith, George, boilermaker, Johnstone boiler works, Gas street — ■ 

house Hilltop villa, Ulundi r ad 
Smith, James, glazier, 8 Houstoun square — house 8 High street 
Smith, James H., baker, 9 High street — ho. Lindsay place. Thorn 
Smith, Robert, clothier and hatter, 59 High street — house Laigii 

Park villa 
Smith, Robert B., cycle maker and agent, 18 High street — house 

21 do. 
Smith & M'Laurin Ltd., fancy, coloured,, enamelled, and embossed 

paper, card, and pasteboard manufacturers, Cartside Mills, 

Milliken Park — warehouses, 68 Mitchell street, Glasgow, and 

at Birmingham, Dublin, London, Manchester, and New York 
Smith, Mrs. James, wine and spirit merchant, Thornhill inn 
Spence, Mrs. James, confectioner, 28 Laigh Cartside street 
Spiers, John, East U.F. church officer, 20 AValkinshaw street 
Sproull, James, draper, 42 High street — house 1 Buchanan street 
Steele, William, janitor Blythswood Club — house Brewery street 
Stevenson, David W., Ravenswood, Thorn 


Stevenson, David, police constable, William street 

JStevenson, James, grocer, spirit, and seed merchant, 38 High street 

— house Bellcraig, Thorn 
Stevenson, John, burgh surveyor and sanitary inspector, 9 Collier 

street — house Tliorn 
Stevenson, Wm. M., house factor and insurance agent, Municipal 

buildings, 9 Collier street — house 36 Napier street, Liuwood 
•Stevenson, R. C, writer, town clerk, and treasurer to Paisley Land- 
ward School Board, Town Clerk's office ; house Carruth, 

Overton road 
Stevenson, Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, 75 High street and 

Railway Inn, Thorn 
Stevenson, Thomas, agricultural and garden-seed merchant and 

chemical manure manufacturer, 74 High street 
Stevenson, Thomas, wine merchant, family grocer, flesher, and 

agent for W. & A. Gilbey, wine importers and distillers, 74 

High street 
Stevenson, Thomas, licensed auctioneer and valuator, 74 High st. 
Stevenson, Mrs., dressmaker and milliner, 35 High street 
Stirling, James, jobbing joiner and funeral undertaker, 15 High 

street — house 77 do. 
Stirling, John, house factor and property insurance agent, 5 

Houstoun square — house 77 High street 
Stirling, John B., solicitor, law agent to Building Society, clerk to 

the Paisley Landward School Board, and hon. secy, and trea^. 

to Johnstone and District Cottage Plospital, 28 High street — 

house Beechmount 
Stirling, Johi, librarian, 6 High street 
Stirling, P. J., Cochranefield, Milliken Park 
Stirling, Mrs Euphemia, 28 High street 
Stirrat, William, teller National Bank of Scotland Limited — house 

Blackstoun Home farm, by Paisley 
Stone, Joseph, keeper, St. Margaret's Catholic Y.M. Society rooms, 

8 George street — house do. 
Storie, David, flesher, 71 High street — ho. 12 George street 
Storie, Mrs., confectioner, 83 High street; house George street 
Storrie, Archibald, officer of U.F. Church — house 10 William st. 
Stuart, James T., of Loudon Bros. — house Hillhead, Glasgow 
Symington, Dr., M.B., CM., Macdowall street; house Gowanbank, 

Grahame street 

TAYLOR, James, plumber, 56 High street and 15 Collier street — 

house 15 Collier street 
Taylor, John, tinsmith, 15 Collier street — house do. 



Taylor, Matthew H., M.D., 28 High street — ho. Walkinshaw lodge 
Taylor, Peter, saddler, 76 High street — house 11 Rankine street 
Telephone Office, 6 George street — James Hunter & Co., agents 
Thorn, John, of Thorn, Bryce, & Cornelius, Paisley — house Thorn 
Thomson, George, & Son, slaters and plasterers, Bank house, 24 

Collier St. ; house do. 
Thomson, Mrs. Alexander — house Bonnyhill cottage, Ludovic sq. 
Thomson, James, Agent for the Royal Bank of Scotland, North 
Briti'sh and Mercantile Fire and Life Insurance Co., Employers' 
Liability Assurance Corporation, and Scottish Accident In- 
surance Co., 44 High street — -house do. 
Thomson, John, police constable; house 25 Church street 
Thomson, John, carriage hirer and funeral undertaker, livery 

stables. Church street — house Muirfield, Church street 
Thomson, William, wine and spirit merchant, 17 Rankine street — 

house. The Cottage, Buchanan street 
Thomson & Co., slaters and plasterers, 7 Mary street; house do. 
Thorn Cemetery, Thorn — superintendent, John M'Dougall ; lodge 
Thorn Cemetery 


D. A. Mactavish, agent 
Urquhart, Hector, police constable, 8 Church street 
Uytman, John, commercial traveller to Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co. 

Limited — house Ivy bank. Canal street 

WADDELL, T. S., of Clifton & AYaddell— ho. Wallacehill, Elderslie 
Wainwright, Charles W., secretary Nobel's Explosives Co., 

Glasgow — house Auchenlodmount road, Thorn 
Walker, William, joiner, cartwright, and timber merchant. Thorn 
Walker, William, grocer and provision merchant, 62 High st. — ho. do. 
AVallace, Joseph, at Finlayson, Bousfield, & Co., Limited ; house 

Barbush cottage 
Wallace & Mills, florists, seedsmen, and nurserymen, Benston 

Nursery — telegrams, " Wallace, Benston, Johnstone" 
Wallace, William, of Wallace & Mills, Benston Nursery 
Watt, Elizabeth, confectioner, 3 Campbell street 
Watson, James, painter and decorator, 22 Church street — house 

Daisyfield, Thorn 
Watson, Robert, of R. & W. Watson, Linwood — house Newfield 
Watson, William, of R. & W. Watson, Linwood — house Newfield 
AVatson, William, of Kerr & Watson — house Kildale, Thorn 
Webster, William F., wine and spirit merchant (Masonic Arms) 

26 High street — house do. 


Welsh, Misses, Mavisbank cottage, Diniltj street 

Westwood, Rev. William, M.A., minister, West U.F. Church — - 

Manse Church street 
Whitelaw, John, Laigh Cartside Parish church officer — house 

Bankhouse, Collier street 
Whyte, Matthew, of Pollock, Whyte, & Waddel, Globe Engineering 

Works — house Overton, Thorn 
Whyte, Alexander, grocer and provision merchant, 54 High street 

house Benview, Thorn 
Whyte, Miss, dressmaker and mantlemaker, 25 High street 
Whyte, Miss, confectio'ier and news-agent, 5 Beith road 
Williamson, George, house factor, 3 Hagg crescent 
Williamson, George, tinsmith, plumber and gasfitter, 15 High St. — - 

house Hagg crescent 
Williamson, James, joiner and funeral undertaker, 7 and 8 Houstoun 

square — house 52 High street 
Williamson, Miss, dressmaker, 9 William street 
Wilson, John, & Son, engineers, Vulcan works, Floor street 
Wilson, Matthew, M.A., teacher, The Public School — house 

Redburn, Canal avenue 
AVilson, Matthew, contractor, 21 Church street — house do. 
Wilson, Mrs., Belleview, Church street 
Wilson, Mrs. F., 26 Church street 
Wilson, Christina, confectioner, 17 Church street 
Wood, James, & Co., coal merchants, Laigh Cartside station ; Paisley 

telephone No. 36 (see advt.) 
Wright, Thomas, manager at Robert Smith's, 59 High street ; house 

Hagg crescent 
Wylie, Alexander, at John Wilson & icon's — house Kirkfield 
Wylie, Alexander W., at John Wilson & Son's — ho. Thorn house 
Wylie, Hugh J.,at AV. Paton Ltd. — ho. 7 Montgomery cres., Saltcoats 
Wylie, John, flesher, 41 High street — house 15 William street 
Wylie, W. Muir, at John Wilson & Son's — house Kirkfield 
Wylie, Mrs. William, Ludovic square 

YOUNG, E. C, 70 High street— house Strathcart, Ulundi road ; 
Young Men's Christian Association Rooms, Temperance hall, 3 
Macdowall street 




For 1901, 
For 1891, 
For 1881, 



... 10,502 

Increase dnriug past ten years. ... ... 834 

populMti'M!, includiiijjj landward portiou of district, 11,328. 


Provost — Johu Luug. juii. 

Police Judge — Stewart Armour. 

BaUles—Zo\\\s. Coatee, Thomas Daly. William Boyd, and Robert Beck. 

Treasurer and Collector — J. P. Orr. 

Councillors— Bugald Ferguson, John Kitcbie, Charles Murdoch, James Guy, 

Alexander Wbyte, and A. A. Cameron. 

Town-Clerh—^. C. Stevenson. Burgh Fiscal — Robert Reid. 

Assessor Police Court — R. C. Stevenson. Chief Constable— Chides Forbes. 

Members of the Combination Hospital Board— Frowost Laug, Bailie Coates, A. A. 

Cameron. Ex-Provost, Armour, Councillors Ritchie and Gny. 

Jolm Lang, jnu. 
William Boyd. 
A. A. Cameron. 
Jnhu Coates. 
.John Ritchie. 
Robert Beck. 

Clerk — R. C. Stevenson. 


Convener — Stewart Armour. 

William Boyd. 
Dugald Feriiuson. 
Charles Murdoch. 
Thomas Daly. 
James M. Guy. 

Treasurer — James P. Orr. 

Collector's Office — Municipal Chamber: 



Sir 0. B. Rensbaw, Bart., M.P., Bar- 

Geo. L. HonstouD, of .Johnstone. 

A. W. Finlaysou, Merchiston, John- 

Peter M'Laurin, Cartside, Johnstone. 

James Fyfe Donald, Woodbank, John- 

Robert Wilson, Manswraes, Kilbarchan. 

William Shanks, Bank House, Johnst'ne. 

Ptoht.Watsou,NeNv field lIouse,Johnst'ne 

Provost Lang, juu., Lyuuhurst, John- 

Thomas Murdoch, 54 Union street. 

Walter M. Fleming, 21 West Nile street, 

A. A. Speirs, Houston House, Houston. 
Alexander M Brovvu, Gryffe Castle, 

David Cross, Ingleston. Bisbopton. 
Alex. FuUertou, Fordbank, Millikea 

Archibald M'Lauriu, Cartside, Milliken 

Archibald M'Kenzie, Millikeu Park. 
Daniel Mackenzie, Millikeu Park. 
James Paton, Slierbrooke, Johnstone. 
Williamson, George, Penwold, Bridge- 



Justice of Peace Ckrk- Depute — Thomas MacRobert, jun.. County Buildings 

Liove street Paisley. 



Fostmaster — William Gaff Fleniiug. 

Hours for Ordinary Busiuess — 7 a.tu. to 8 p.m. 

Money-Order Office, 8 a.nj to 8 p.m. 

Deliveries — 7.0 a.m., 1.25 p.m., 4.20 p.m., and 7.20 p.m. 

Despatches— 8.40, 9.45, 10.45 a.m., 12.20, 2.25, 4.30, 5.40, 6.25, 7.40, 

and 10 p.m. 
Letters for N. E. of England should be posted by 5.40 p.m., as they suffer sfiinus 
delay going by ordinary mail at 8.-0. Parcels for England. Ireland, Souuh of 
Scotland, and foreign parts, require to be posted before 5.30 p.m. 


Chairman — Robert Moorhead. 

Rev. W. A. Listen. 
Rev. William Davidson. 
W. .H, Wain w right. 
Dr. Symington. 

Stewart Armour. 
Kobert Smith. 
Rev. Hugh Gemmill. 
Rev. Robert M'Lean. 

Clerk~J. B. Stirling, 28 High street, John.stone. 

Treasurer — R. 0. Stevenson, Municipal buildings, Joliustone. 

The Board meets the Second Tuesday of every month. 

Schools under the Manafjemtnt of the Board. 

In .Johnstone— Ludovic Square, Flot)rs street and Laigh Cartside Schools. 

Elderslie Wallace School ; Inkermann School ; Cardouald School ; and 

Nethercraigs School. 


Paisley Parish Office, 25 Church street (open Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur- 
day, 11 till 12)— J. M. Campbell, inspector; .Tohn Robertson, collector. 

Collector's Office (Burgh Rates, &c.), Municipal Chambers— James P. Orr, 

Gas Office, Municipal Chambers — James P. Orr, collector. 

Justice of Peace — Thos. MacRobert, juur., clerk-depute. Paisley. 

Police Office, Police Chambers, Collier st. — Chas. J. Forbes, chief constable. 

1\)ST Office, VValkinshaw street - William Gaff Fleming, postmaster. 

Registrar's Office (iov Johnstone and District), Walkinshaw street — William 
Gaff Fleming, registrar. 

Sanitary Inspector's Office, Police Chambers, Collier street — John Stevenson, 

Paisley Landward School Board. — Clerk's Office, 28 High street 
— J. B. Stirling, clerk. Treasurer's OfKce, Municipal Buildings. 

Post-Office Stamps, William G. Fleming, sub-distributor. 

Town Clerk's Office, Municipal Chambers — R. G. Stevenson, clerk. 


Holmes, MacTavisb, & Coy., 42 High st. 
Robert Reid, National Bank Buildings 
William Reid, The Glen, Elderslie 
J. B. Stirling, 28 High street 

W. H, Mitchell, Union Bank. 

R. C. Stevenson, Municipal buildings. 
A. P. Reid, National Bank buildings 
D. A. MacTavisb, Union Bank 
A. C. Cameron, 30 High street 


James C. Herbertson, M.A., M.D., 70 High street— house Bellevue. 
William Alex. Orr, M.B., CM., 31 High street— ho. Westtield, Grahame street. 
M. H. Taylor. M.D,, 28 High street— ho. Walkinshaw Lodge, Russell street. 
W. W. Fyfe, M.B., C.M., 56 High street — house Belmont, Overton road, Tiiorn. 
JMichael Symington, M.B.,C.M., Macduwall street — house Gowanbank, Grahame st. 



PARISH CHURCH, Ludovic Square. 

Minister — Rev. "William Macloy. 

Secretary and Treasurtr — H. Walker M'Gregor, Overton road. 

Precentor— 3. Barratt. Officer — Wm. Millar, Quarry Street. 

Number of sittings — 950. 


Minister — Rev. Archibald Halliday. 

Secretary — Wm. Nicol,21 Russell street. 

Treasurer — Sauiuel Hannab, High street. 

Precentor — Wm. C. Barr. Officer — Thomas Officer, Bankside avenue. 

Number of sittiugs — 399. 

TRINITY U. F. CHURCH, William Street. 

Minister — Rev. Robt. M'Lean. 

Clerh to tJieDzacons' Court — Wm.M'Farlane,Thomsi.>u ave. Treasurer — John Eraser. 

Organist — I. B. M'Lpan, Janefieid place, Paisley. 

Officer — Archibald Storrie, HoUKtoun square. 

Number of sittings— 875. 

EAST U.F. CHURCH, Walkinshaw Street. 

Minister — Rev. Hugh Geumiill, B.D. 

Preses — Stewart A iniouj-. 

Secretary — Andrew Alston Camerou. Treasurer — Thomas M'lMillan. 

Oryanist — Alex. M'Donald. Officer — Juhu Speirs, Walkiusbaw street. 

Number of sittings — 650. 

WEST U.F. CHURCH, Church Street, 

Pastor — Rev. Wm. Westwood, M. A. 

Secretary — William James Scutt, Parkside place, Floors street. 

Treasurer — Walter Hooks. Missionary — Walter Duucan. 

Officer — Duncan Hill, Cburch street. 

Number of sittings — 605. 


Incumbent — Rev . William M'Dermott. 

Number of sittmgs — 400. 

Rev. Wm. Davidson, Kev. James Macdonald, and Rev. Wm. Mnilen. 


Superintendent — John L^ng, jnn. Treasurer — Peter Taylor. 

Secretary — W. Stevenson, 35 High street. 


President — Rev. Robt. M'Lean. Superintendent — William Doiff. 

Treasurer — William M-Farlane. Secretary — Peter Barr, Wtstraount. 



President — Rev. H. Geiumill. M A.. B.D. Superintendent — Thoma? Wright. 

Treasurer — David Heodry. 
Secrdary — James Cameron, Eiidrickbauk, Thomson avenue. 


President — Rev. W. Westwood, M.A. Superintendent — John Muir. 

Secretary — Tliomas Osborne, Macdowall street. Treasurer — Adam Barr 


London and Lrmcaskire Fire^ Life, and Accident — William Reid The Glen. Elderslie; 

J. B, Siirliug, 28 High street; K. Milne, 60 High street; and J. Stiriicg, 

5 Houstouu square. 
Scottish Accident Insurance Co. — William Rpid. The Glen. Elderslie ; W. W, 

M'Dowall, National Bank ; and James Thoriisoii, Roya^ Bank. 
Boiler Insurance and Steum Power Co. — Wiliiam Reid, The Glen, Elderslie. 
Northern — William Keid, The Glen, Elderslie, and J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
Renfreioshire Glass Insurance Co. — R. Milne, 60 High street, and W. M. iStevensou, 

5 High street. 
Scottish Widows' Fund — R. Milue, 60 High street. 

National Provincial Plate Glass Insurance Co. — J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
National Guarantee Association — J. B. Stirling, 28 High street. 
Royal Fire and Life — W. G. Fleming, Walkiusbaw St.; J. B. Stirling, 28 Highst.: 

R. Milne, 60 High street ; and J. Stirling, 5 Houstoun square. 
Caledonian Insurance Co. — R. Milne, 60 High street, and W. M. Stevenson, 

5 High street 
Lancashire Insurance Company — William Caldwell, Walkinshaw street. 
Life Association of Scotland — H. Walker M'3regor, Uinon Bank. 
London Corporation Fire and Life — William Caldwell, Walkiusbaw street. 
North British and Mercantile, Fire and Life, and City of Glasyoio Life Insurance. — 

J. Thomson, Royal Bank. 
Royal Insurance Go. — Holmes, Mactavish, & Co., Union Bank ; R. C. Stevenson, 

Town Clerk's Office. 
Ediuhnrgh Life —H. iVI'Gregor Walker, Union Bank. 
Norwich and London Accident Insurance Association — H. M'Grcgor Walker, Union 

Bank, and R. Milne, 60 High street. 
NoHh British and Mercantile Insurance Co., and English and Scottish Law Life 

Assurance Association — W. W. M'Dowall, National Bank. 
Sun Life and Sun Fire — Robert Reid. National Bank building. 
Royal Exchange Fire and Life — Peter Kerr, 46 High street. 
Phosnix Fire — James F. Donald, High stieet. 

Employers'' Liability Assurance Corporut'ion^ Limited— J i\w en Thomson, Royal Bank, 
TJ'rited Kingdom Temperance <Sf General Provident Institution — H. Walker M'Gregor 
General Life Assurance Co. — H. Walker M'Gregor. 

Norwich Union Fire and Life Insurance Society- R. Milne, 60 High street 
Proft and Income Insurance Company — R Milne, G(( High street. 
Mock Life Assurance Co. — J. Stirling, 5 Houstoun square. 
Loudon Fire Insurance Go. — J. Stirling, 5 Houstoun f-quare. 
London and North British Plate Glass Insurance Co. — J. Stirling. 5 Houstoun sq. 
J .iverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co. — W. M. Stevenson, 5 High street. 
Life and Health Assurance Association~W. M. Stevenson, 5 High street. 
Band-in-Band I?isura7ice Society— George Edwards, Royal Bank. 



Agents — W. W. M'Dowall aud A. P. Keid. Accountant— J. N. Clayton. 

Agent — D. A. Mactavish. Suh-Agsnt—')^hoxn-A?> Henderson. 

Agent — James Thorasou. Acconnlant — Guorge Edwards. 

THE SAVINGS BANK OF PAISLEY- Johnstone Branch, 60 High Sireet 
Is open every lawful day (Saturdays exceptpd) from 10 a.nj. till 3 p tn. fur 
receiving and paying deposits ; on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. till 12 noon f(»r 
receiving and paying deposits ; aud on Saturday evening from 3 till (> p.m. 
for receiving ouly. 

Adam B. Berry, Actuary. Robert Milne, Agent. 


Senior School, - - - Bead J/a-^/er— Matthew Wilson, M.A. 
Juniiir do., _ _ _ Uend Manter — Wm. K. Purd<>n, M.A. 
Infatd do., _ - _ Head Mistress— Kg\iQ%'D\c\sou, GM. 


Senior Department. — Head Teacher — Miss M'Elroy. 

Initiatory Department. — Head Teacher —M\ss M'Lellan. 


Po/ro??, — George L. Houstoun, Johnstone Castle. 

Patroness — Lady Campbell of Blytbswood. 

President — R. Simp'«on. Vice-President — James Stevenson. 

Representatire J\fenibers — Colonel Shauks and James Stevenson. 

Chaplain — Rev. Hugh Gemmill. 

Treasurer and Secret ar?/ — Stewart Armour. 


Directors — Stewart Armour, chaiinaau ; Major Paton, James Barr, Provost 
Lang, John Husband, Alexander Cameron, and Colouel Shanks. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John Stilling, Houstoun square. 
Cluh House — Laighpark. 


Han. President — George L. Houstoun. 

Hcai. Vice-Presidents — James Ban-, John Lang, jr., Major Paton, and 

John Husband. 

President — Wm. B Lang. Vice-President — A. L. Cameron. 

Secretary — Alexander Cameron, Laigh Cartside street. 

Treasurer and Ladies' Conrener—Vaier Barr. 

Committee— i . F. Cameron, T. M'Farlane, W. Semple, J. Uytmau, and L. Watkins- 



Hon. President — Georgo 1j. Houston. 

Hon. Vice-P> exidents — '^ir 0. B. Reushaw aud A. A. Spiers. 

President — Es-Prcvost Armour. Vice- President— Jumt^si Bnrr. 

Mon. Secretary — Robert M'Lttllan. GreenJceeiwr — Jauips Jenkitif!. 


Hon. Presidents — W. J. Finlayson aiiri Andrew Coats. 
President — James Baiuett. Vice-President— Glx?^?, K. Finlayson. 

Secretary — W. Green, jun., 26 Ran ki tie street. 
Keeper — D. M'Clynaout. Green — Brewery street. 


Hon. President— S\r 0. Bine Rensliaw, Bart., M.P. President— A]eK. Graham. 

Vice-President— G. M'Gacliie. Treasurer — W. Stirling. 

Secretary — J. Moffat, Bankside avenne, Johnstone. 

Match Secretary — G. M. Gathan, Beith road, Julinstone. 


Craigston, near Johnstone. 18 holes. 

President — George L. Houstoun, of Johnstone. 
■ Captain and Chairman — D. A. MacTaviwh, The Linn. Johnstone. 
Committee of Management — A. B. M'Kechuie, James Ritchie, D. Macphail^ 
Wm. Love, Robert Jardine, John Kellie. Frank Gordon, C. F. Mackintosh, Wiu. 
lioustouu, and D. M. Kerr. 

Hon. Sea-etary and Treasurer — H. Walker M'Gregor, Thornholme, Johnstone. 
Professional and Clubmaster— Robert Norrie, Cochrawe lodge, Milliken Park. 


Hon. President ~ G . Bine Renshaw, I\LP., Barochan. 

President William Eirohie. 

Vice-Presidents— V\^\\\h\va Kirkwood, jr., and John Murray. Paisley. 

Cajjtain — William Tlionison. Vice- Captain— H. Blackburn. 

Secretary and Treasurer — 11. B. Smitlj, 18 High street. 
Committee — VVm. iVl'Kim, James \N'illiamsou, Wm. Reid, iiobt. Semple, 
and Office-bearers. 



President — P. S. Husband, Woodville. 

Vice-Presidents — John Gilmour, Macdowall street ; James Smith, Brewery street. 

Treasurer — Robert Kerr, 70 High street. 

Secretary — Joseph Carrulhers, 19 William street. 

Librarian — Jajaes Hughes, Grahame street. 


President — Mrs. George Fyffe, Ludovic square. 

Vice-Presidents — Miss Stirling and Mrs. D. J. M'Kee. 

Secretary — Miss Wylie, Kirktield. 

Tieasurtr — Mrs. Juhu Lang, Lynuhurst. 



President— 8\r C. Biue, Bart., M.P. Vice-President — Geo. L. Houstoim. 

/Secretary and Trea/turer -Alexander Cole, Grahame street. 

Autumn Exhibition — Saturday, 5tLi September, 1903. 


Instituted 1866. 

President — William Barr. Vice-President — William Buick. 

Treasurer — James M"Kay Farquhar, Aun street. 

Secretary — James Ferguson, 35 High street. 

Committee— W aMev Hooks, John Hanuali, Thomas Love, Archibald Graliatne, 

Peter Stewart, Alex. Hutton, John Houston, Joho Howie, Audrew Fergusou, 

Richard Gallosjrher, J'hu Green, and Alex. Cameron. 

Auditors — Henry Dickson, John Laing, and Robert M'Lelland. 
Places of Business : — 
OflBces, Drapery Warehouse, and Bakery — 61 High street. 
Central— 61 High street. N©. 1 Branch — Laigh Cartside street. 

No. 2 Branch — Grahame street. No. 3 Branch — Elderslie. 
No. 4 Branch — Thorn. 
Boot and Shoe Shops — ^ Church street, and Elderslie. 
Jiakery Sliop — 6 Church street. 
Hardware Departmert — 6 Houstoun square. 

Fleshing Departments— 6 Houstoun square and Laigh Cartside street. 
Coal Depot — Laigh Cartside station. 

(Enrolled and Established under the Act of Parliament 6 and 7 William IV., 

cap. 32.) 

Instituted on the permanent principle. 

The Shares of £25 each, payable at the rate of 2s. per Share Monthly, 

Entry-money, Is. per Share. 

President — Matthew Wilson. Vice-President — Alexander Cameron. 

Treasurer — John Muir, Thorn. 

Secretary — James SprouU, 1 Buchauan street. 

Law Ayent — John B. Stirling, writer. Surveyor — George Thomson. 

Instalments due on the first, and payable on or before the following, Wednesday 

of each Month, at the Office of the Treasurer. 


Hon. President — Sir T. Glen-Coats, Bart. 

Vice-Presidents — Provost Lang, Alex. W. Wylie, John Ritchie, 

and Daniel Uoss. 

Secretary — 3 o\\n Donaldson, writer, Paisley. 

Treasurer — Thomas M'Farlane, 22 Church street. 

Annual General Meeting in March. 


Office-bearers same as of the Johnstone Conservative Association. 

Executive Committee —^ohevt Spiers. Jas. A. White, William Boyd, James Aitken, 

David Robertson, Peter Montgomerie, and Wm. Murdoch. 



Instituted 1884. 

Hon. Presidents— Jjovd Blj'tliswood ann J. C. Cuninghnme. 

Hon. Vice-Presidents — A. H. ReDt-baw and Thos. Steveusun. 

President — G. L. Houstuun. 

Vice-Presidents— D. A. Mactavish, Bailie Donald, and Dr. Herbertson. 

Hon. Secretary and Treasurer — R. C. Stevenson, Writer. 


No. 109. 

jlf.i5J.P.Z.— Dr. Herbevtsou. M.E P.H. — William Boyd. 

M.EP.J.—^ohn Gilmartin. J/.^.P.P.Z.— James M. Guy. 

£;.>S'.^.— Edwin C. Young. £*S'.A'.— Boyd Park. 

Treasurer— William Baxter, juu. 

Janitor — James Houston. 

Meets on the Third Thursday of every month in Masonic Hall, 26 High strept. 


HousTouN St. Johnstoxe Lodge, No. 242. 

R. W.3'I. — William Baxter, jvm. 

/. P. M. — James Galbraith. 

Depute Master — John Gilmartin. 

Substitute Alaster — William Allan. 

Senior Warden — John Forrest, junr. 

Junior Warden — Colin Wilson. 

Treasurer — James Thomson. 

Secretarii—Feiev Fletcher, Thorn. 

Regular Meetings second Thursdays of every month, at 8 o'clock p.m., in 

Masonic Hall, 26 High street. 


D.M. — Robert Hawthorn. 
Treasurer — James Devenny, Hagg Bank. 


No. 52, B.O.A.F.G. (Renfrewshire District;. 

Lodge Room — Masonic Hall, High street. 

Registered under the Act of 1875. 

W.M. — Bro. John H. Fairweather. 

Secretary — Bro. George Stevenson, 11 Walkinshaw street. 

Ti'easurer — Bro. Alex. Fairweather. 

Sich Steward. — For Johnstone and district— Bro. Jos. M'GafEn, 18 Collier st. 

Trustees — Bros. Stewart, Steel, and Mussen, 

Medical Attendants— Br. 'J'aylor, 28 High street, and Walkinshaw lodge, and 

Bro. Dr. Stevenson, 97 Causeyside, Paisley. 


Paisley District. 

Ti'tistees — William Buick, William Stewart, and John Husband. 

Treasurer — Ludovic Blackwood, Thornhill. 

Secretarf/ — Andrew Stewart, Thomson avenue. 

Flace of Meeting — Masonic Hall, High street. Meets every alternate Tuesday. 



W.M.^J&wec Wallace. JD.M.— John Giloiour. 

Treasurer — William Smith. 

Sick Stewards — Bros. Georcre Craig, Johnstone; D. Graham, Howwood. 

Loc^ffe Surgeon— Br. W." W. Fyfe, 64 High street. 

financial Secretary -Bro. Daniel Ross. 

Next election of office-bearers — June, 1908. 

Meets every alternate Wednesday in Temperance Hall, Macdowall street, 

at 8 o'clock. 


Glasgow District No. 40. 

Meeting Place, Good Templar Hall, Mary street. 

O.R—Hoherl M'Lean. 

Secretary — D. Ross, Ellerslie street. 

Treasurer — John Caldwell, Bankside avenue. 

Steward — AlfX. Cameron, Thorn. 

Medical Attendant— Dr. Jas. Herbertsoii, M.A. 

Meets every alternate Thursday. 


Lodge Room, Good Templars' Hull, Mary street, Laigh Cartside. 

C.r.— Robert Officer. L.D.— Robert Aitkeu. 

^ecre/a?7/ — Will. Stewart, 22 Collier street. 

Treasurer — Robert Aitken. 

Meets ev